The Gray Jay
The Gray Jay lives in the northern forests in Canada, I have seen them in the bordering states as well. They are highly curious and always on the lookout for food. It will even landing your hand to grab a raisin or peanut enter during the summer they horde food in trees to sustain themselves through the winter. Gray Jays are stocky frilly large which short stout bills. The Gray Jay nests during late winter incubating its eggs in temperatures that may drop below -20°F. I had noticed that all the Gray Jays and the Algonquin provincial Park have been banded, they are being studied by scientists in trying to determine the impact of warming is taking on the Gray Jay population.