© Gord Barter
November 30, 2009
Forum member Gord Barter of Minden, Ontario, photographed this lively Gray Jay (Perisoreus canadensis)
in October 2009 at Algonquin Provincial Park, a 2,950-square-mile (7,650-sq-km) wilderness in central Ontario. "The Gray Jay in the park is on the decline, and researchers are trying to find out why," Gord tells us.
He used a Nikon D80 and a 70-300mm lens.Read about climate change and Gray Jays, Carolina Wrens, and other birds.
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