What Is The National Bird of Canada?
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. But it Not Official Declaration. Although Canada has no official bird, the Canada goose has long been a part of the national identity.
The gray jay is found in every province and territory but is not already a provincial or territorial bird. Several of the other front-runners in the National Bird Project, meanwhile, already had this designation, including the common loon (Ontario), the snowy owl (Quebec), the black-capped chickadee (New Brunswick) and the common raven (Yukon).