Cartoons: Bird Is the Word

These birds are absurd!

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“Two quarts of milk and a pint of cream!”
Frank Ridgeway
Ocotber 12, 1957

 

“Look lady, nobody’s perfect.”
Joseph Zeis
October 3, 1959

 

Vahan Shirvanian
July 12, 1958

 

“That happens to be my shredded wheat!”
Walter Goldstein
July 4, 1959

 

“Hey! We’d better be heading home. My wife’s having squab for dinner tonight!”
Tom Hudson
June 11, 1960

 

“At first we didn’t take it seriously.”
Vahan Shirvanian
May 25, 1957

 

Roy Wilson
March 21, 1959

 

“She doesn’t like being watched.”
John Gallagher
March 15, 1958

 

“Bird watching just isn’t the same anymore.”
Orlando Busino
November 23, 1957

 

“John’s bird-watchers’ club isn’t very active during the winter months.”
Scott Taber
November 2, 1957

 

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  1. Birds are the word! But the white squirell is not one. so head or tales on birds!!!! I will be sure to wear my ll bean boots for winters snowblowing no birds.

  2. I have to tap the window behind my small feeder to remind the bulky mourning dove that the hungry finches and sparrows are impatiently hovering behind him.

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