“Flippin’ ‘the bird'” to the loon

We could soon have a national bird, and it’s not the loon.

The Royal Canadian Geographic Society has chosen the Gray Jay, or Whiskey Jack; as Canada’s national bird.

It’s found in every province and territory, but; only in Canada.

The society says the Whiskey Jack embodies Canada’s best qualities:  toughness, intelligence; and a friendly demeanour.