The Blue Jay is one of the most widespread and well- known of North American birds. Their bright blue, black and white plumage and their loud calls make them impossible to ignore. They are very … [Read more...]
he Gray Jay can be found in North America’s sub-alpine coniferous and boreal forest lands. He likes lowland black spruce bogs, as well as upland aspen and birch woods. The Gray Jay has an interesting … [Read more...]
The Pinyon Jay is another omnivorous bird who eats lizards and small mammals but prefers nuts and seeds. The Pinyon Jay will arrive at your feeder and hoard more seeds than Liz Taylor does diamonds. … [Read more...]
As the name implies; the Florida Scrub Jay is restricted to Florida. It was originally found there 100 years before other jays were identified in other areas of North America. They eat arthropods and … [Read more...]
Easily identified by his black crested “faux-hawk”, and vivid blue body, the Steller’s Jay also has a loud raucous call announcing his arrival in the canopy of the trees.
The Steller’s Jay is … [Read more...]