What Do Blue Jays Eat?


The diet of Blue Jays is made up of a variety of foods as they are omnivorous. They feed on nuts, insects, frogs, mice, rats, acorns, seeds and fruits. These birds are intelligent, as they are quick to eat peanuts at bird feeders.
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1. Erect a large platform feeder that is easy for blue jays to land on. 2. Fill the feeder with peanuts. You can use whole, raw peanuts, peanut kernels or peanut halves. 3. Include
Their winter diet consist mostly of vegetable matter, acorns, beechnuts, seeds and berries.
Blue jays are big, and so are the predators (yes, like a liger.) Larger owls and hawks are their primary predators. Snakes, if quick enough, will eat them on the ground. Source(s)
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Blue Jays eat fruits, nuts, seeds, insects, mice, frogs, young birds and eggs.
Blue Jays use to steal my dogs food from his bowl. They will also eat peanuts, acorns, seeds, berries, beechnuts, mice, baby birds, caterpillars and insects.
Blue jays are beautiful birds and they eat lots of different things. They'll eat sunflower seeds and peanuts from a bird feeder. They also like berries, acorns and beechnuts.
Blue Jays love to eat niger and sunflower seeds, although other seeds are certainly acceptable. Despite the size of the bird, they are very agile and can get into awkward areas to retrieve food. They are voracious eaters and will come many times during the day to a feeder. Their noisy call will acknowledge their presence.
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