The Gee-Gee Bird is a strange bird reported to live in North America. It was described by the soldiers of World War II who were positioned in Alaska. Although never seen, the bird could be heard making a strange noise as it flew by. It made the sound “Gee-gee-geezus-its-cold”, hence the name Gee-Gee Bird.


It could be a thunderbird.

Common raven

A raven that lives in Alaska. It doesn't really talk, but it may have learned a common phrase from several elders or soldiers from World War II.

Scarlet Macaw

There are many vendors selling macaws in Alaska. One of them might have escaped and did the exact phrase like the common raven. The "guys it's cold" could probably be copied from it hearing the soldiers talking

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