P.E.I. provin­cial bird on new stamp

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT/COMMUNITY -

The se­cond is­sue of Canada Post’s Birds of Canada stamp series con­tin­ues with Tues­day’s re­lease fea­tur­ing P.E.I.’s provin­cial bird.

The blue jay is of­ten found in their nat­u­ral habi­tat of forests across southern Canada, from Al­berta to the At­lantic. They’re also adapted to many en­vi­ron­ments, in­clud­ing ur­ban and sub­ur­ban ar­eas.

The blue jay, with its dis­tinc­tive col­or­ing and largely mys­te­ri­ous mi­gra­tion pat­terns, can be spot­ted year-round in Prince Ed­ward Is­land.

The five-stamp is­sue fea­tures provin­cial and ter­ri­to­rial birds from across the coun­try.

The stamps are avail­able in book­lets of 10.

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