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Also known as the Canada jay or whiskey jack, the gray jay is a year-round boreal forest bird with a trusting nature. The species is medium in size, with a rounded, crestless head and a short bill. Mainly dark grey, they have lighter underparts and long, white-tipped tails. Gray jays seek out cold climates as they store their food all year long.

Comments and essays appear in the language in which they were submitted. My vote for Canada's bird goes to the gray jay. Two other contenders are birds I really like, the common loon and the snowy owl. Both of their distribution maps pretty well echo the map of Canada, however, both are also found in northern Eurasia. The gray jay, or Canada jay or whiskey jack, is all ours. We do share it a bit with the U. For me, all of my experiences with gray jays are experiences I have had in the wilderness.

Those, for me, of course, are experiences of joy. Like Women sucking cock coderresaskatchewan, the gray jay is a quiet bird but not shy.

In fact, it is friendly in a gentle way which is the way I like to think of us Canadians. My first memory was as a teenager in Algonquin Park driving through the gate in winter. We saw a gray jay and stopped. Rather than fly away it flew nearer to us.

So on a hunch I took a little piece of sandwich and held it out.

Then I was treated to the thrill of the trusting bird landing on my fingers. Friendly but wild. Could that be Canadians at their best? There are movements afoot in Canada to Women sucking cock coderresaskatchewan a National Bird as part of the Canada celebrations for its th year of existence in Currently we have the maple as our official tree and for better or worse, the beaver as our official mammal. So why not an official bird? Many countries have one, the U. I strongly believe that we should choose the gray jay, formerly known as the Canada jay.

In short, I cannot think of a more Canadian bird! If Canada adopts this species as its national bird, we might even be able to convince the Nomenclature Committee of the American Ornithologists' Union to rename it the Canada jay.

The only thing going against it is that many Canadians do not see this bird every day unless they enjoy skiing! The fact is that once it is chosen, we can promote the bird so Women sucking cock coderresaskatchewan Canadians make an effort to visit our boreal forest to become very familiar with it and indeed, be proud of it as our National Bird. A few years ago, a raptor organization called The Canadian Raptor Conservancy in Ontario started promoting a national bird for Canada, but they have been doing it mostly by using an internet vote.

I worry about their process because there are species on their list of candidates which would be a disastrous choice. For instance, the Canada goose is an obnoxious bird that is much hated in the U. The common loon is Ontario's bird, not likely a popular idea with the other provinces, especially its arch-rival, Quebec. Another leading candidate, the red-tailed hawk, is even more common in the U. Fortunately, the gray jay is one of the candidates! More Women sucking cock coderresaskatchewan, The Royal Canadian Geographical Society has recently initiated a similar online survey, a much more serious effort, for the general public to weigh in on this matter.

Personally, I would like to see some intelligent discussion and debate about such an important matter as opposed to just letting the public make some possibly inappropriate choice. I recall running a popular vote to select an official bird for the city of Montreal and we ended up with the American goldfinch only because the children who ended up being allowed to vote thought that it was the prettiest bird.

Recently, the city of Vancouver went with the black-capped chickadee as its official bird, another democratic decision that did not make any sense among Canadian ornithologists. It is not hunted and stays with us year round. The Gray jay is not currently a provincial emblem and is not endangered. It is friendly so our young people can get to know it easily and making it our National Bird may get people out investigating its habitat. It is also known as the Canada Jay and should completely displace the Canada Goose which migrates and, when it is here, messes up our lakeside areas.

The Gray Jay best represents all the characteristics of the strong Canadian ethic. There are stories of companionship.

The Gray Jay is very friendly and often was the only companion of prospectors and trappers. One such trapper told me it was this small companion that kept him alive when he became ill on the trapline, persistently calling and urging him out. Another story is of a man that got lost in the woods, he eventually found his way out and a Gray Jay accompanied him all the way, helping to ease his fear as he wandered through the bush in the dark.

Another is a man that was hurt while in the woods alone. Eventually a search party went looking for him and the searchers maintain it was a Gray Jay that led them to the accident victim. A logger whose vehicle broke down while he was alone had a Gray Jay accompany him all night as he walked out to civilization, easing his loneliness as and fear as he trudged the long road. The Gray Jay is Women sucking cock coderresaskatchewan bird of the North A symbol we should hold forth Wiser than the fabled owl More friendly and any fowl.

Gathers food for a winter's day In such a familiar Canadian way The contrast of its whisper song And the harsh scratchy chattering call Are reminders of how we get along Be it Winter Spring Summer or Fall. From coast to coast they spread their wings In spruce and firs we hear them sing T'is our measure and lament Of forest health and environment.

There is no other northern bird that truly reflects or relates the very essence of its inhabitants. The Canadian Jay, I would say, is friendly and smart, pesky and cute, something no one can refute. A heritage we must revere and protect, For if it's gone, it won't Women sucking cock coderresaskatchewan long That ash-grey plume will be all we see In a different kind of reality Sorry but I have to say this Whiskey Jack is Canadian eh! Have you ever noticed, everyone remembers their first encounter with the Gray Jay. They will always tell you where and how fun it was.

And those telling about their encounters were always impressed how intelligent, clever and handsome theses jays were. I didn't have that same experience with the Northern Goshawk! Lol A few years ago my late grandfather 94 years old!

As a very young man, he would miss my grandmother and family in these camps no WIFI! Funny, today I now know why there is a year difference in age between my mother's siblings But just a few weeks before he died, I stopped by to see him and when he saw I was passionate about birds, he told me that during those lonely days in those logging camp sites that one day he had found a nest Gray Jaywhich must of fell from the tree while they were working. The young in Women sucking cock coderresaskatchewan nest hadn't survived, except one which he took back to the camp site and took care if it.

He managed to feed and take care of it, and the little guy stayed around and followed my grandfather everywhere. It became the camp's mascot, and it helped my grandfather from missing his family. He even told me that he would play fetch with this jay! I don't recall if my grandfather gave it a name, but he told me that every time he would return to the camp site, for the 3 following years, it would recognize him and would fly on his shoulder when he arrived.

The bird didn't do this for any other worker in the camp, just my grandfather. It was nice seeing my grandfather's eyes light up when telling this story. I'll be introducing her in my upcoming lecture for the BPQ, this February. So I think you all know which bird I'll be voting for, as Canada's bird, and it won't be that Goshawk that's another story! I agree with the arguments made by others- the Gray Jay's distribution present in all Canadian jurisdictions but scarcely outside of Canada and its characteristics intelligent, curious, friendly make it the perfect choice.

If chosen, we can adopt the alternate name- Canada Jay. As good as some of the other choices are such as the common loon and snowy owlwe should not duplicate a species alread in use as a provincial emblem as the national bird. Known as the friendliest bird above the 49th, the Gray Jay sets precedence for every Canadian.

With it's over the top kindness, including the older siblings bringing home food, the Gray Jay shows the animal kingdom what it means to "Be Canadian". Stretching from coast to coast and finding a home in every Province and Territory, the Gray Jay shows the Women sucking cock coderresaskatchewan of Canadians on every level.

It proves that no matter the conditions, we will prevail. We will survive. The Gray Jay is a true Canadian as it never migrates. It doesn't fear the snow, it embraces it.