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Western Scrub-Jay
(Aphelocoma californica)
Western Scrub-Jay
The Western Scrub-Jay has blue head, wings and tail. The throat is white with narrow blue band separating the throat from gray belly color. The back is gray brown and underside is pale gray. It has a white eyebrow. The bill and legs are dark... Read more >
Florida Scrub-Jay
(Aphelocoma coerulescens)
Florida Scrub-Jay
The Florida Scrub-Jay is similar in appearance to the Western Scrub-Jay. It has blue head, wings, and tail. The back is pale gray brown and underside is pale gray. The throat is white. It has white forehead and eyebrow. The tail is long and bill and... Read more >
Mexican Jay
(Aphelocoma ultramarina)
Mexican Jay
The Mexican Jay has blue head, wings and tail, and a white throat. The back is gray blue, and underside is off white. It has long tail with white underside. The bill and legs are black, and eyes are dark brown. Juveniles are dull gray with a pale... Read more >
Northwestern Crow
(Corvus caurinus)
Northwestern Crow
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Common Raven
(Corvus corax)
Common Raven
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Blue Jay
(Cyanocitta cristata)
Blue Jay
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Steller's Jay
(Cyanocitta stelleri)
Steller's Jay
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Purplish-backed Jay
(Cyanocorax beecheii)
Purplish-backed Jay
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Green Jay
(Cyanocorax yncas)
Green Jay
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Pinyon Jay
(Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus)
Pinyon Jay
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Clark's Nutcracker
(Nucifraga columbiana)
Clark's Nutcracker
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Gray Jay
(Perisoreus canadensis)
Gray Jay
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Black-billed Magpie
(Pica hudsonia)
Black-billed Magpie
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