Blue Jay
(Cyanocitta cristata) As A Bird In The Wild

The Blue jay is a native to North America. It is resident through most of eastern and central United States, although western populations may be migratory. Resident populations are also found in Newfoundland, Canada, while breeding populations can be found in southern Canada.
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Another scrub jay hopped onto the ground
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Palo Alto Caltrain Station
(16 July 2008) Palo Alto, California
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Another scrub jay hopped onto the ground


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The bird looked left when someone walked up the path
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Palo Alto Caltrain Station
(16 July 2008) Palo Alto, California
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The bird looked left when someone walked up the path


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Scrub jay on a branch in a bush
(3 of 5) (539 views)

Palo Alto Caltrain Station
(16 July 2008) Palo Alto, California
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Scrub jay on a branch in a bush


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Yes, the proverbial bird in a bush
(4 of 5) (407 views)

Palo Alto Caltrain Station
(16 July 2008) Palo Alto, California
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Yes, the proverbial bird in a bush


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Stellars Jay tries to blend with the sky
(5 of 5) (421 views)

Stow Lake, Golden Gate Park
(2007) San Francisco, California
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Stellars Jay tries to blend with the sky


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