Blue jays mob American kestrels, video


This video from Cornell in ther USA says about itself:

Blue Jays Mobbing American Kestrels, August 6, 2015

Blue Jays cooperatively harass two American Kestrels who are perched in a large dead tree in Sapsucker Pond. One of the Kestrels may be a parent and the other a juvenile. The Blue Jays continued the mobbing behavior for approximately 15 minutes, diving and following the Kestrels.

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