Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 18, 2016

Gray Jay Is Canada’s New National Bird

CTV reports

The Royal Canadian Geographical Society has hatched its decision for the bird best suited to represent Canada after a two-year search and 50,000 votes from across the country.The gray jay, also known as the whiskey jack, was awarded the society’s official recommendation for Canada’s national bird on Wednesday.

Read full story at: Step aside, loon: Geographic society plucks gray jay as Canada’s national bird | CTV News

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