Welcome to PEEL, Captnmorgan.
I have to disagree. The only bird I can recall that was really acting "jerkoffish" was the parrot from X-Mas Story, and even that was arguably justified; he clearly didn't want to go back into the cage (and given the size of that thing, I don't blame him), so he was avoiding Fry at all costs. It's not his fault Fry fell off a multistory building trying to capture him. He probably bit Fry in the beginning because he was feeling threatened by him.
The only other two "evil bird" instances I can think of are when the seagulls kept attacking the crew on Zoidberg's home planet (they were probably just protecting their food source, or going for Fry's arm, which they probably saw as a food source), and the bird in "The Day the Earth Stood Stupid" that blew Fry away via the megaphone (which I think was just meant to be a throwaway gag that a bird just happened
to fit the bill for). In any case, I don't think the birds were being malicious for the sake of being malicious, they were just following instinct... and the writers' orders.
Not all of the birds in the show are vicious little snits; I always thought the owls were pretty well-behaved for future pests. Fry even feeds a few of them at the cafe in Parasites Lost without incident.
Of course, this is all coming from a biased cockatiel owner who adores birds, so take this rant for what you will.