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Blue Jays. By Thenuja!!!. Profile. Type: bird Group name: flock Diet: Omnivore eats nuts, other birds, insects, frogs, mice, rats, acorns, seeds and fruit. Weight: 70-100g Size 34-43cm Predators and Threats: Owls and Hawks Size relative to a tea cup. Photos. Information.

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Blue jays

Blue Jays

By Thenuja!!!


Profile

Profile

Type: bird

Group name: flock

Diet: Omnivore eats nuts, other birds, insects, frogs, mice, rats, acorns, seeds and fruit.

Weight: 70-100g

Size 34-43cm

Predators and Threats: Owls and Hawks

Size relative to a tea cup.


Photos

Photos


Information

Information

Blue Jays are found in Northern America and the southern parts of Canada and USA. They breed in mixed wood and in forests. They use twigs, bark, grass, leaves and sticks to build their nests. They love to sing and are noisy at times. They live for about 15 years. Blue jays are blue on the top and are whitish grey on the belly and chin.


Bibliography

Bibliography

Animal Facts- Switch Zoo

Blue Jays Grandpas backyard

And mybrain!


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