gray jay


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Related to gray jay: Perisoreus canadensis
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Some of the birds we know as boreal species include spruce grouse, gray jay, black-backed woodpecker, three-toed woodpecker, olive-sided flycatcher, yellow-belllied flycatcher, boreal chickadee, palm warbler, and Lincoln's sparrow.
A cousin of the familiar blue jay, the gray jay is also known by some colorful old-time names, given by loggers living in north woods logging camps.
The black spruce and tamarack forest was comparatively silent except for a few rusty blackbirds, gray jays, red-breasted nuthatches, white-crowned sparrows, juncos and boreal chickadees.
Matt and I talked about getting up in a minute and getting moving, but then the next thing I knew, there were gray jays calling and it was almost daylight.
These include pine marten, Pika, yellow-bellied marmots, western toads, Cascade frogs, spotted frogs, goldeneye (duck), great gray owls, boreal owl, three-toed woodpeckers, black-backed woodpeckers, gray jays, Clark's nutcracker, mountain bluebirds, gray-crowned rosy-finch and many more species.
New York State is so diverse geographically that there are dozens of different species of birds that come in to backyard feeders, from gray jays in the Adirondacks, to Carolina wrens on Long Island, to red-bellied woodpeckers in western New York, to wild turkeys in the Southern Tier.
Unique animals visible in the high Cascades include pine marten, Pika, yellow-bellied marmots, western toads, Cascade frogs, spotted frogs, goldeneye (duck), great gray owls, boreal owl, three-toed woodpeckers, black-backed woodpeckers, gray jays, Clark's nutcracker, mountain bluebirds, gray-crowned rosy-finch and many more species.