This is a watchbird watching you.
And so is this.
Most of you are too young to have seen Watchbirds. These Watchbirds cartoons by Munro Leaf started out as a recurring column in Ladies Home Journal in 1938, but remained a fixture in the cultural mindset even after Leaf’s death in 1976. There is a Watchbirds calendar from 1978 and the most recent Watchbirds book, Four and Twenty Watchbirds, was published in 1990. I discovered them in Highlights for Children magazine in the 1950's when I took my children to the pediatrician. They were an attempt to teach children manners & proper behavior in a way that kids would enjoy. Here are some sample pages:
I think this one was on a bus: