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Blue Jay 6568
Blue Jay 6568

Blue Jay, Cyanocitta cristata
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In my experience, the hyperactive Blue Jay is one of the most difficult birds to photograph, second only to the Pileated Woodpecker.  These birds charge in, take over, and charge out before one can locate them in the viewfinder.  ...let alone focus and shoot.  This time, I got lucky.

Gliding to the feeder...
Blue Jays 09983
Blue Jays 09983

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Red, White and Blue Jays 21370
This family of four Blue Jays frequent our feeders for most of the year.  Of course, they have no choice sharing with the many cardinals!  This picture was captured on
February 14, 2007 after a freezing rain.
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