Is a blue jay a bird of prey?
Well the blue jay feeds on nuts, seeds, and insects, and occasionally small vertebrates. They do not have a hooked beak, sharp talons, and don't belong to the order Falconiformes .So no, a blue jay is not a bird of prey.
Blue Jays despise birds of prey, such as hawks and owls.
No,I don't think so.
Ask a worm!
No, it's main source of food is nuts and seeds. Tho they do occasionally feed on small animals. They can also be very mean towards other birds.
While bluejays are bullies to other birds (and they DESPISE squirrels) they only prey on small insects and, as blugoo2 says, worms.
They try hard to be like raptors, they make a hawk like announcement. I've only seen them eat bug, nuts,berries.