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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_jay

The blue jay (Cyanocitta cristata) is a passerine bird in the family Corvidae, native to North .... Additionally, the blue jay may raid other birds' nests, stealing eggs, chicks, and nests. However, this may not be as common as is typically thought, ...

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Blue Jays are known to take and eat eggs and nestlings of other birds, but we don't know how common this is. In an extensive study of Blue Jay feeding habits,  ...

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The Bluejay is one of the most colorful birds to nest in our backyards and to visit our feeders. Considered by some to be a bully at the bird feeder, most of us ...

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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...

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hill-betty: afirethorn: butcher bird nest on the highest branches of a jacaranda tree , Perfectly round, perfectly woven, lined with soft coconut shell fibre.

www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/blue-jay

Besides their raucous jay! jay! calls, Blue Jays make a variety of musical sounds, ... the trees when tending their own nest or going to rob the nest of another bird.

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Jun 19, 2012 ... I set up a web cam on a robins nest on my front porch. I was able to capture a pair of Robins building a nest and laying three eggs. A couple of ...

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Blue jays typically form monogamous pairs and stay together for life. Blue jays normally fly at speeds of 20-25 miles per hour. Blue jay eggs may be predated by  ...

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Blue Jay Egg. Blue Jays are monogamous, forming pairs that often last until the death of one mate. Their migratory habits remain a mystery.

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Blue jays are sometimes known to eat eggs or nestlings, and it is this practice that has tarnished their reputation. In fact, they are largely vegetarian birds. Most of ...