68 Bird Pun Cartoons

These cartoons are for the birds.

In this pun on the fifth HP book, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, we see Harry Potter working at a fast food restaurant taking the complicated order of a customer who is also a phoenix.
Still wondering why Harry left Hogwarts 5th year to do that stint at a fast food restaurant
In this pun on the idea that pigeons are the rats of the sky, we see the gym rats of the sky - two pigeons getting swole using fitness equipment.
A great way to burn those calories from that bagel you ate off the street that was twice your body weight!
In this pun on flightless birds, a pigeon stands in an airport terminal. He is on the phone telling someone and tell them his flight was canceled and the next available seat on a plane isn't for 2 weeks.
In related news, bird migrations will now be pushed back 4-6 weeks, depending on the available standby seats.
In this pun on pigeon toed, a person chases after her car screaming as a pigeon in a tow truck tows it away.
Don't let the pigeon tow the car!
A pun of artist Yayoi Kusama, standing in front of one of her iconic pumpkins, but instead of a woman, she is a macaw.
Let's hope the dots on this installation are not just bird poop.
A pun of Marc Chagall, where we see his painting "The Birthday," except the kissing people are seagulls.
Drawing this, I learned that flying seagulls are definitely less magical than flying people.
In this pun, the raving lunatic is, in fact, a raven, who is saying , "I've bought a house on the moon, and NASA has hired me as a bowling ball!"
In non-related news, my dream job is to be a bowling ball.
A cardinal says to a blue jay, "Dang, I am envious of your blue feathers," and therefore enacting the sin of jealousy.
Major blunders of the animal kingdom
One can - a can of soda -- next to "two cans," which are just a pair of toucans.
A counting tutorial
Three owls read punny book titles for summer reading - "Eat Prey Love" (Elizabeth Gilbert's Eat Pray Love), "Who Hoo the Bell Tolls" (For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway), and "How to CATCH 22 Mice per night" (Catch 22 by Joseph Heller)
Hoo's ready for summer reading?