During our Alaska visit a few weeks ago, we made a two-day camping trip to Denali National Park. After a chilly, drizzly drive from Anchorage, we set up camp in Savage River Campground. There we immediately encountered our first wildlife at Denali, a Gray Jay fussing at us from the Black Spruce trees overlooking our campsite. It was understandably grouchy and puffed up, given the cold, rainy conditions and our disturbing arrival.
With the gray skies, the gray growth on the gnarly Black Spruce limbs, and the gray coloring of this bird, I had a hard time following it from limb to limb with my telephoto lens. It certainly camouflages well in this environment.
The location from which this photo was taken is shown on the map below. Zoom in for more detail.