Jack and Buck, who try to cause trouble for the birds, and they have a cousing named Bonnie
What's a cousing? Is that like a cursing eater of couscous? Perhaps when Bonnie appears you can play theme music.
<Hit it fellas!>
"My Bonnie lies over the ocean, My Bonnie lies over the sea, Oh why does she lie so to me? Barbecue, barbecue, oh barbecue Bonnie for me-e-e.
" (notice how Barney could also fit into the lyrics, and your bird could look like Congressman Barney Frank)
There is also Mr. Herder, a rival goat herder, who tries to cause trouble for Mr. Herder
Why is Mr.Herder trying to cause trouble for himself? Is he suffering from mental illness and has multiple personalities like Sybil?
I fed the name into Google and got this image for Sybil
Whadda ya think? Hot ain't she?
What do you think?
Your idea sounds very narrow. It would probably only appeal to a very narrow age range. Maybe ages 5-8. I figure 5 as the age where they are able to read on their own, and about age 8, the characters would become a bit childish for them.
I also think you need more animals, and you must decide all the bird species. Be careful, because not all birds work well together.