A is for ANGRY and/or ANNOYED birds.
Truth be told, I don't often see many angry birds. Annoyed, yes, but not angry. The grackle above clearly has ruffled feathers, though. It's at a seed feeder and, since I cannot remember, I'm guessing it's trying to scare off a squirrel or chipmunk.
Scared (and angry) Canada goose
I didn't see what happened but it's very odd to see a goose standing on a railing hissing at people who are feeding them .
Head down and hissing
Not angry but looking annoyed
There was no way this guy wanted to eat seed when so many people were looking at him. But he was hungry and willing to wait in the shrubbery. He seemed to be thinking "When are you going away?"
I am linking to Jenny Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday HERE