Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Grey Jay - Perisoreus canadensis - Grå lavskrika

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Grey Jay - Perisoreus canadensis - Grå lavskrika
© NF Photo 170928, Grand Teton NP and Yellowstone NP

A bird that tried to steal our lunch most everyday. This time it wanted my camera.

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  1. never seen a grey Jay but yesterday when I had my bird group out, unusually we saw 4 Jays in my local park

  2. The Grey Jays are out west here ... I assume this was taken on your trip to Montana. They are ornery as are all Jays and yes they will steal whatever they are able to get a hold of. Cute though which is probably why they get away with it. Sorry, I have been quiet for awhile. We are planning to move next spring and I am trying to get control of all of our stuff and get rid of it so the move isn't a disaster. I will fill you in on all that is happening when I have time to catch my breath. Hope your trip to the US was enjoyable and you were able to ignore the political rumblings while you were here. Be well, Monica ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

  3. Hello, the Gray Jay is a wonderful western bird. Great shot. Enjoy your day!

  4. Love the gray jay...in a book I love they were called "whiskey jacks."


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