Blue Jay

Blue J (Cyanocitta cristata) is a species belonging to the genus Passeriformes belonging to the Corvidae family, which is mainly a forest bird. They are very adaptable and intelligent!



Exceptions can be said in their JJ post-bird community. Blue J is a very popular bird in North America, so they can be called North American. They are mainly located in the eastern and central United States and southern Canada. They live in the forests and fruit trees. The upper part of their feathers is bright blue, the lower part white. Both female and male birds are similar in appearance.Their main diet is nuts, fruits, soft fruit seeds, various arthropods, such as cockroaches, insects and occasionally vertebrata. They also harvest crops from trees or from the fields.

The baby will hatch within 8-12 days of hatching it. Baby birds stay with parents for 3 to 2 months after birth. Most Blue Jays are social in that they live in pairs or in groups. Together, more than 250 Blue J's flocked to the sky. Some Blue J adaptions and others can be seen as well.

They are 10-12 inches (25-30 cm) in size, either 13-17 inches (34-43 cm) in length, or 2.5-3.5 or 70-100 grams in weight.
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