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American Blue Jay, a.k.a Cyanocitta cristata

The Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata) is a passerine bird, and a member of the family Corvidae native to North America. It belongs to the "blue" or American jays, which are, among the Corvidae, not closely related to other jays.
It is adaptable, aggressive and omnivorous, and has been colonizing new habitats for many decades.

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Huh?

I'm confused, How can a Jay Bird be naked if he's blue? Are they arctic birds, or what?

Posted by dumb and dumber (guest) on Fri 25 Jun 2010 07:31:21 PM UTC

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one very mean bird to small dogs and cats. my cat can't go outside in the spring and summer without a large jay making his life miserable, he sits in the tree letting everyone know the cats out and if he steps off the porch it turns into a ww2 straffing...

Posted by 1 feather (guest) on Tue 15 Jun 2010 12:53:20 PM UTC

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