Over my decades of doing canoe trips in the Boundary Waters and Quetico, I have frequently had interactions with Canada Gray Jays on our campsites. They can even be enticed to feed from your hand at times. A bird with many names, it is also called "Whiskey Jack" or "Camp Robber". For this drawing I preferred to call this enterprising fellow "The Opportunist", as he helps himself from an open bag of gorp. I love the canoe country and it's inhabitants, and wanted to show one of my favorites in this work.