Description of the Blue Jay
Blue Jays are beautiful, often loud, birds in the same family as Crows, Magpies, and other Jays.
Longevity and Molting of the Blue Jay
Family Life of the Blue Jay
They lay greenish-blue eggs, spotted with gray and/or brown, and the fledglings leave the nest around 20 days after hatching. Both parents help with the feeding chore and the raising of their offspring.
What Do Blue Jays Eat?
Bright (both in color and intelligence) they are adaptable and feed on many things, these omnivores eat primarily seeds, nuts, fruits, grain, berries, small fruits and insects, but also eat bird eggs, baby birds, frogs, and rodents.