Blue Jay eggs are blue or light brown with brown speckles. These eggs measure 1 to 1.3 inches in length and have an incubation period of about 18...
The blue jay (Cyanocitta cristata) is a passerine bird in the family Corvidae,
native to North America. It is resident through most of eastern and central United
Learn how to identify Blue Jay, its life history, cool facts, sounds and calls, and
watch videos. This common, large songbird is familiar to many people, with its ...
The blue jay
(Cyanocitta cristata) is a member of the Corvidae family of birds, a group that also includes crows, ravens, magpies, rooks, jackdaws and nutcrackers. Blue jays
are native to North America where they inhabit deciduous and coniferous woodlands. Blue jays
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One of the loudest and most colorful birds of eastern back yards and woodlots,
the Blue Jay is unmistakable. Intelligent and adaptable, it may feed on almost ...
Learn all you wanted to know about blue jays with pictures, videos, photos, facts,
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The blue jay is between 9 and 12 inches long. It is bright blue on top and white to
gray on its throat, chest and belly. It has a gray-blue crest on its head and black ...
Blue Jays are one of our most easily recognized birds. They are bright blue with
black and white markings. They grow to about 12 inches long. Blue Jays have a ...
Blue jays are bright blue on top and whitish gray on the belly and chin. They have
a gray-blue, feather crested head, which they can raise and lower.