The What-Zit Bird is a comic story written by an unknown writer, penciled by Tony Strobl and inked by John Liggera. It features Scrooge McDuck, Donald Duck and Chisel McSue.


Scrooge McDuck and Donald travel to an exotic island on the faith of a map sold to them by an untrustworthy-looking man. To Donald's surprise, they do find what they came for: the nest of the golden-eggs-laying Whatzit Bird. But the strange man was really Chisel McSue in disguise, who stowed away on their boat and wants the eggs for himself. To complicate matters further, the Whatzit Bird herself is not quite keen on letting her eggs be stolen, and she's no small chick — in fact, she's bigger than an elephant!

Behind the scenesEdit

This story was first printed in 1964 in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #284. It was only ever reprinted in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #438. It was also printed in English in Australia in Walt Disney's Comics #218 and Walt Disney's Comics #371.

Chisel McSue is never identified by name in the story. Because of this oversight, his appearance is not credited on the I.N.D.U.C.K.S. database.

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