Autumn Whiskey Jack
I love Gray Jays, also called Whiskey Jacks, and found a pair foraging for stray sides on a path in Kananaskis on the weekend. You will almost never see a lone jay, they are always found in a pair – I like that. Here, I caught this little one in mid-flight as it flew off a branch to the ground.
This entry was posted on October 19, 2015 by Christopher Martin. It was filed under Birds, Kananaskis, Wildlife and was tagged with animal, autumn, bird, flight, flying, Gray Jay, Perisoreus canadensis, Whiskey Jack, wildlife photography.