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Friday, June 22, 2012

U.S. Open Jungle Bird Squawks Again -- But This Time With a Logo Contest

Posted By on Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 12:00 PM

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Andrew James Dudley, the drunken bird-noise-maker at the U.S. Open this week, is capitalizing on his new fame and needs your help.

After Dudley, who is also known as the British Jungle Bird, was released from police custody on Sunday following his avian antics, he went over to 99 designs and decided to start this contest: picking a new logo to end deforestation.

And what better way to get people excited about deforestation than a T-shirt contest?

The 40-year-old has had his face on pretty much every news station in the Bay Area, and now he's taking his fame and followers to help him create his very own avian logo. There are some pretty interesting designs already entered; you can vote for the new logo here.

We kinda like this one:

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Maybe Dudley comes off as a little a loony, but there's apparently a method to his madness. 

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