Canada's new national bird is the gray jay



The gray jay has been named Canada's national bird after tens of thousands of votes were cast online, ruffling the feathers of some ornithologists.
Although Canada has no official bird, the Canadian goose has long been a part of the national identity.
So too has the common loon, which appears on the country's dollar coin, affectionately dubbed the "loonie".
But after a two-year search, the diminutive gray jay soared above its more famous feathered friends.
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17 November 2016 in World News, Views: 45
Source: BBC
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