Monday, 4 February 2013

Quaint and Curious

The Grey Jay is a small bird native to mountain tree regions. They tend to be very friendly to humans, especially since they depend on novel food sources. Such familiarity has resulted in a number of different nicknames, lumberjack, meat-bird, camp robber, moose-bird, venison-hawk, gorby, and, as I call these bold birds, the Whiskey Jack.

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