On a hike to the top of Mount Seymour I came across a band of Canada Jays. They were making sure that I knew they were there and very open to receiving any handouts that might be in my pack. Luckily for them, I had something that worked. Canada Jays are sometimes called Whiskey Jacks which in the Algonquin first nations language translates to trickster. This name suits them well as you might agree if you have camped in the vicinity of a family of these small Corvids.