Blue jays in Florida, USA


This video from the USA says about itself:

15 August 2017

OH My – The Noise – 14 Blue Jays for Breakfast Peanuts! A bumper crop of babies means a record number of Backyard Blue Jays in Florida. You will notice a variety of adults and youngsters and some in various stages of molting their head feathers. You will also notice a wide variety of calls as they noisily congregate in the big oak tree next to the feeder. One is practicing its Red Shouldered Hawk call for future use. Blue Jays spread out into couples to mate and raise their young in spring then come together in extended family groups in late summer into winter. I have a feeling its going to be a wild winter in Backyard South this season – if I can afford to feed them!

This video from the USA says about itself:

Blue Jay Begging For Peanut Call – Up Close and Very Loud!

13 August 2017

A “Bald-Headed” Blue Jay loudly demands he be given peanuts immediately – and then can’t make up his mind which one he wants! Its “molting season” in August so you’ll see a variety of Blue Jays in various stages of head molt.

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