This is another bird we spotted while camping at Algonquin.
A hint is: They don't migrate, but store their food under the bark of certain trees and eat from their stash all winter.
OK Ed B. What is it????
The bird is a Grey Jay, sometimes called a Whiskey Jack.
Sherri's latest bird on a wire looks to be a Gray Jay which is sometimes known as a Whiskey Jack or Moose bird. We generally see them in small flocks at a neighbouring tree farm up north.
They are not to be confused with their Tennessee relative Jack's Whiskey.
Thanks Ed B.
I knew you would nail it.....