Jay Bird

Submitted by ub on Wed, 07/27/2022 - 14:44

Native to eastern North America. It lives in most of the eastern and central United States; some eastern populations may be migratory.

Legal residency populations are also in Canada, where breeding population happens. These birds plant thousand of oak trees every year.

JAYs have 40  bird species they inhabit woodlands and are known for their bold, raucous manner. Most are found here in the New World, and Eurasia.

western scrub jay

The Eurasian jay is found over most of the continental Old World except sub-Saharan Africa. About 33 cm (13 inches) long, it is pinkish brown with blue-and-black-barred shoulders, a white rump, and white wing-patches. Among brightly colored forms in tropical America is the green jay For the “blue jay” of southern Asia, see roller.

Jays are nearly omnivorous; some are egg stealers, and many store seeds and nuts for winter use. They make a twiggy nest in a tree. After breeding, most species are gregarious. BY: #SirLaughAlott.