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The Birds of Canada

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Canada has many hundreds of varieties of birds. Many are seen on a regular basis at home feeders, in the valleys, meadows, prairies, forests, at the lakes or sea shore, and in the frozen northern areas. The Provinces and Territories have given official status to the birds shown below.

Provincial and Territorial Birds of Canada

British Columbia

Steller's Jay

(Cyanocitta stelleri)

Alberta

Great Horned Owl

(Bubo virginianus)

Saskatchewan

Sharp-tailed Grouse

(Tympanuchus phasianellus)

Manitoba

Great Grey Owl

(Strix nebulosa)

Ontario

Common Loon

(Gavia immer)

Quebec

Snowy Owl

(Nyctea scandiaca)

New Brunswick

Black-capped Chickadee

(Poecile atricapillus)

Nova Scotia

Osprey

(Pandian haliaetus)

Prince Edward Is.

Blue Jay

(Cyanocitts cristata)

Newfoundland

Atlantic Puffin

(Fratercula arctica)

Yukon Territory

Common Raven

(Corvus corax)

Northwest Territory

Gyrfalcon

(Falco rusticolus)

Nunavut Territory

Rock Ptarmigan

(Lagopus mutus)

Canada

Canada Goose
(Un-official)

(Branta canadensis)

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