What Do Baby Blue Jays Eat?


Blue Jays are omnivores. Their diet consists of acorns, fruits, and seeds. They also eat grasshoppers, beetles, and caterpillars. When they hunt, they catch more than what they will eat.
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they eat mashed up oatmeal with a drop of milk do not feed them more then 2-3 worms they can die if to much!
1. Watch the baby blue jay to see if it is having problems and needs further help. It may just be a matter of time, before it goes back to its natural setting with its parents. If
Baby birds eat worms. They require frequent feedings, as much as every 30 minutes from
Every 10 minutes or so from dawn to dusk. Almost impossible but that is what the parents do.
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Baby blue jays normally eat baby birds and eggs of other animals in addition to nuts, grasshoppers, caterpillars, mice and seeds. These birds are omnivorous and can also feed on frogs, invertebrates and carrion.
They eat berries, and raw nuts. If you are feeding them yourself, you can purchase baby blue jay food at some pet stores. You can also feed them cat food mixed with a little water.
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