One of my favorite birds is the Blue Jay. I just love their deep blue color, especially when I can get picture of them with deep green grass or bright white snow in the background.
So what is a blue jay? The blue jay is a partially migratory songbird in the Corvid family, along with ravens and crows. It has black and blue plumage, a white face and a thick bill.
Those who have spent time or live in central or eastern North America tend to recognize them easily.
They are mostly often remembered for that bright blue color, as there aren’t a wealth of boldly colored birds in this part of the world.
Attracting blue jays to an area can be tough though, so read on if you want to know more about how to bring them to your area or are just curious enough to ask ‘what do blue jays eat’? [Read more…]