Saturday, September 17, 2016
Three of the five birds with the most votes are already official provincial birds, including the common loon in Ontario, Quebec’s snowy owl and the black-capped chickadee in New Brunswick. The gray jay, commonly known as the whiskey jack, and the Canada goose round out the top five.
The Royal Canadian Geographical Society is convening a panel of experts on September 19, 2016, to advocate for the declaration of a National Bird and to debate which species they believe are most worthy of the honor.
What are some other Countries' National Birds http://national-symbol.html
A closer look at the National Bird of the USA http://national-bird-of-usa.html