Grey bird with black wings and bill, British Columbia, Canada

by Georgia
(Baltimore, MD USA)

Gray Jay, Whiskey Jack

Gray Jay, Whiskey Jack

We were in Whistler, BC last week and saw this grey bird with black wings and a black bill, wondering what it is? They are not rare there, but we cannot find out what they are on line.



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Hi Georgia. I just returned from skiing at Whistler. Saw several Gray Jays - we like to call them Whiskey jacks. I have uploaded a photo of one.
Susan

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