Blue jays have strong black bills which they use for cracking nuts, usually while
holding them with their feet, and for eating corn, grains and ...
Photographs of this bird, its eggs and nestlings, its description, range, habitat,
migratory habits and a sound file.
Blue Jays build a nest in a tree out of sticks, grass, lichens, moss, rootlets, and
paper. They seem to prefer nesting in pine trees. Females lay four to six greenish
Blue Jay. The Blue Jay received its name because of the "jay" call it makes when
communicating with other Blue Jays, whether it is warning of impending danger ...
Conservation status, May have declined initially with clearing of eastern forest,
before it adapted to nesting in cities. Now common, expanding range toward ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Blue Jay Eggs&v=bN6gS0KAqCE
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 ...
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,
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...
And people often condemn Blue Jays for their occasional habit of consuming
other birds' eggs and nestlings. Despite all these seemingly "negative" jay ...
Oct 8, 2013 ... Male and female blue jays have identical plumages and can be absolutely
identified only by their mating and nesting behaviors. Blue jays molt ...