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Blue jay - Wikipedia


The blue jay occurs from southern Canada through the eastern and central United States south to Florida and ...

Blue Jay, Life History, All About Birds - Cornell Lab of Ornithology


Photographs of this bird, its eggs and nestlings, its description, range, habitat, migratory habits and a sound file.

Bluejay Bird - What Do They Eat, Where Do They Nest - Bird Watching


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 ...

Blue Jays, Blue Jay Pictures, Blue Jay Facts - National Geographic


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 ...

What color are blue jay eggs? | Reference.com


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...

Nesting Habits of the Blue Jay | Wild Bird Library - Bird Feeders


The Blue Jay has specific nesting habits where they build nests in the “V” of trees. Female Blue Jays lay 3-6 eggs and the male's main purpose is to bring food to ...

Blue Jay Information, Facts, Pictures & Bird Feeding Tips


Blue Jay Habitat. Blue jays live in deciduous, coniferous, and mixed forests throughout the eastern and central areas of the ...

Blue Jay nesting preference - Bird Houses


"Learn about the Blue Jay; Their mating habits, nesting preference, feeding preference, birdhouses and other interesting Blue Jay facts."

Blue Jay | Audubon Field Guide


Conservation status, May have declined initially with clearing of eastern forest, before it adapted to nesting in cities. Now common, expanding range toward ...

Blue jays - BioKIDS - University of Michigan


Blue jays build loose and untidy nests of barks, twigs, leaves, and grasses in trees and shrubs. The female lays three to six eggs at a time. These can be blue,  ...