A visit into the Bird Gallery includes a display set of provincial and territorial birds, some large, some small. From left to right we have British Columbia's Steller's Jay. Alberta has the Great Horned Owl. The Northwest Territories have designated the Gyrfalcon. And New Brunswick has the Black-capped Chickadee.
Nunavut chose the Rock Ptarmigan, while Ontario has the Common Loon. Saskatchewan has the Sharp-Tailed Grouse, and the Yukon chose the Common Raven.
The Atlantic Puffin represents the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Manitoba designated the Great Grey Owl as their provincial bird. The Blue Jay represents Prince Edward Island. Nova Scotia selected the Osprey as its official bird. And rounding out the set is Quebec's provincial bird, the Snowy Owl.
Displays of preserved birds throughout the rest of the gallery are plentiful, and tend to be organized thematically with physical traits or behaviours. I have more from here tomorrow.