#486 Bird Strike

9th June 2017 in Drone
#486 Bird Strike
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FreyFox 9th Jun 2017, 12:00 AM edit delete
In the skies of Los Angeles, you'd better watch for parrots!


David31 9th Jun 2017, 12:01 AM edit delete reply
Awww poor thing.
Dan 9th Jun 2017, 12:01 AM edit delete reply
And while you're at it Linda, your husband may have a concussion.
Section79 9th Jun 2017, 12:01 AM edit delete reply
Wow, those drones have a lot in common with windmills! They both kill birds!
GoodKaptainKook 9th Jun 2017, 12:02 AM edit delete reply
Parrots? I didn't think they were a native species to California...Have people been letting them go into the wild? That is how populations of animals form in places they're not indigenous to (IE, why Florida has a sizable python population).

LOL Russ got hit in the head with the drone. If those blades were still turning he'd have gotten an accidental haircut XD
Shaggy 9th Jun 2017, 12:47 AM edit delete reply
Umm... Opps! XD
Kangaar Foxfire 9th Jun 2017, 1:08 AM edit delete reply
Kangaar Foxfire
Real life birds are stupid (though no offence directed at anyone with an avian fursona). I can recall numerous events I've witnesses where they've played chicken with oncoming vehicles, even trains. I was in one of the forward seats of an inter-urban when the driver had to slow down and blow the horn for a flock of cockatoos sitting on the tracks, or the windscreen would have ended up tarred and feathered.
FreyFox 9th Jun 2017, 12:32 PM edit delete reply
Not all birds are stupid - crows are very smart.
Guest 10th Jun 2017, 4:09 AM edit delete reply
(That should have been "witnessed", stupid autocorrect).
Goodness, not the crows in my country. Overweight, noisy brutes. They land anywhere they feel like, ground or heights and let out that idiotic call that you can hear for miles "Aaahhhk! Awwwww! Ahhhhhh!" Everyone I hear that I want to be holding a weapon that could completely vaporise the beast, feathers and all. Not much grey matter under that jet black plumage.
Kangaar Foxfire 12th Jun 2017, 3:20 AM edit delete reply
Kangaar Foxfire
(How did I get logged out? There was less than 1 day between posts.)
Shockey Rai 9th Jun 2017, 2:22 AM edit delete reply
Shockey Rai
Warner Republic 9th Jun 2017, 5:04 AM edit delete reply
Warner Republic
Oh, dear. They better bring that poor bird back to life or PETA watch dogs online spots this comic strip and they're in big trouble. XD
GoodKaptainKook 10th Jun 2017, 4:26 AM edit delete reply
PETA is pretty much the nutcases of the animal rights world-spending more money making Pokemon/Mario/etc. video game "cruelty" parodies than actually helping animals, and killing the vast majority of animals they save upon rescuing them. If they actually got pissy and railed hard against this comic strip I think I would laugh my ass off :D
Feige Roman 9th Jun 2017, 8:03 AM edit delete reply
Poor bugger. So young, so brave...And he owed me 20p!
Catsnightmare 9th Jun 2017, 10:19 AM edit delete reply
Yep, lots of parrots here in Texas too.
Bob Nelson 9th Jun 2017, 12:44 PM edit delete reply
"Look I know a dead parrot when I see one and I'm looking at one right now."--Python
Guest 10th Jun 2017, 4:10 AM edit delete reply
AjayRulezzz 10th Jun 2017, 1:46 AM edit delete reply
You don't see that in Watch Dogs 2
Foxx Trotter 10th Jun 2017, 4:17 AM edit delete reply
Birds always tend to get in the way of aviation.
FreyFox 10th Jun 2017, 11:39 PM edit delete reply
True, though birds also inspired aviation :P
karmakat 10th Jun 2017, 10:05 AM edit delete reply
bring out two stretchers, a bird and a squirrel got hurt...I think we have a SERIAL DRONE CASE!!
ZsewqTheWolf 11th Jun 2017, 11:51 PM edit delete reply
did you know also in LA in the underpass of highways and freeways and sometimes the park and streets you see chickens walking around no JOKE. one of those little fuckers attack me for my frys