Blue jays survive Hurricane Irma in Florida


This video from the USA says about itself:

18 September 2017

The Backyard Blue Jays survived Hurricane Irma which was a category one when it passed the Backyard. A lot of trees de-leafed and blown down in the conservation area, but the birds and squirrels know how to survive. More on that later. But that’s not to say they weren’t hungry and happy for a friendly peanut when I got back home! Good to see them again.

Irma damages Sint Maarten island wildlife: here.

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