This video from the USA says about itself:
22 July 2015
The lanky Western Scrub-Jay with its long, floppy tail, is the common jay of dry, scrubby areas in the western U.S. Although a bit more shy than the Blue Jay of the eastern U.S., this species does visit backyard feeders.
The western counterpart of the familiar blue jay, the western scrub-jay is a common backyard bird in appropriate habitats, easily recognized by its blue plumage, loud voice and preference for peanuts: here.