Pudlas Gabriela has trained stellar jays in their Walnut Grove neighbourhood to come and feed with just a little rapping on the railing. “Jays are so easy to train,” Gabriela said. “I knock on the railing with a peanut and step back and wait for them come and get it!” (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Pudlas Gabriela has trained stellar jays in their Walnut Grove neighbourhood to come and feed with just a little rapping on the railing. “Jays are so easy to train,” Gabriela said. “I knock on the railing with a peanut and step back and wait for them come and get it!” (Special to Langley Advance Times)

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