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jay-bluebirdJay The common name given to the number of birds

of the crow family found in Europe, Asia and of the Americas. In America the best known is the Blue Jay and the Canada jay. The Canada jay is around 12 in. long, with and gray plumage, and a white throat and for head and black nape; it has no crest.


It is found in the northern coniferous forests and swamps, known for stealing bright objects, and is called locally the camp robber, whiskey jack, and moose bird. The Florida or shrub jay has blue markings and no crest. The European jay has different colors it is fawn , with a black and white crest and wings of black, white and blue .

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