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  • Three large slate-colored birds of the jay genus (Garrulus Canadensis), the Canada-jay, moose-bird, meat-bird, or what not, came flitting silently and by degrees toward me, and hopped down the limbs inquisitively to within seven or eight feet.

    The Maine Woods


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  • Whatever you eat, you'll have to coat mouthfuls of it with saliva and store the sticky packages for the future. Or at least that's what Gray Jays do. :-P

    December 12, 2007

  • Nobody is listing kitten-on-a-stick. Why don't you?

    December 12, 2007

  • It's what someone stated elsewhere - the alternative to meat-bird is catbird. Actually kitten-bird, to be precise.

    Lickle, ickle, cutesy fuzzy wuzzy kittiez.

    Personally, I recommend the kitten-on-a-stick. Part meat, part companion animal.

    December 12, 2007

  • Is there no tofu-stuffed alternative to this? I'm gutted.

    December 12, 2007

  • Old Alaska nickname for the Gray Jay because of its taste for carrion.

    December 11, 2007