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Steller's Jay by Nukeleer Steller's Jay by Nukeleer
Closely related to the Blue Jay, North America's largest and noisiest jay, is an accomplished mimic, bold and aggressive, often visits bird feeders and picnic grounds but otherwise they eat nuts, seeds, fruits and insects
Cyanocitta stelleri
11 1/2 inches
West pine-oak woods, coniferous forest
lays 3-5 greeny-blue spotted eggs that are incubated by the female alone for about 16 days
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