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Blue Yay

What a amazing beauty ! The name of this awesome bird is Winter Blue Jay. Isn't she completely stunning ?

Scooby Doo wearing a bow tie and combing his hair in the mirror

'Scooby-Doo' Myths and Facts - Naturally, a cartoon as popular as 'Scooby-Doo' is surrounded by lore. Here we dig into several favorite 'Scooby-Doo' myths and rumors.

geai bleu en hiver

Living things will make changes in response to a stimulus in their environment. A behavior is a complex set of responses.

Bluejay...a showy noisy bird with a crest, larger than a robin....a year long resident,  Will vary their diet by stealing other bird;s eggs, while in winter, they conceal acorns for winter.

Blue Jay by Jerry Mercier - Blue bird, blue bird through my window etc.

.nature | water drop | ant.

Funny pictures about An ant pushing some water. Oh, and cool pics about An ant pushing some water. Also, An ant pushing some water photos.

My little chick-a-dee

Happy Holidays

Black-capped Chickadee, so sweet. chick-a-dee-dee-dee (or a single singing note when looking for a mate)

The blue jay is a strikingly beautiful, 11- to 12 1/2-inch bird, among the most familiar birds of North America. The bird’s call is a defiant jay-jay, often sounded in a discordant chorus with other jays, setting up a commotion if an enemy is spotted. Blue jays also mimic other birdcalls.

Blue Jay - Painting Art by Julia Hargreaves - Nature Art & Wildlife Art - Wildlife & nature, birds, animals, floral, garden - Hargreaves Art

Bluebird - What a beautiful shade of blue!

The birds near our house. Eastern Bluebird standing on a birdhouse. Pretty bird is decked out in red, white and blue.

A blue jay is using a birch wood pile for a resting place in front of a blackberry bush in its autumnal shades - Jerry Gadamus print BLACKBERRY BLUE.

Blue Jay

Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata) is a passerine bird in the family Corvidae, native to North America. It is resident through most of eastern and central United States and southern Canada.