My hubby discovered a Blue Jay nest 10 days ago. It's located about 12' up one of our Live Oak trees, and is closely guarded by both Mama and Dad. Upon doing a little research, I found that these birds are monogamous, and mate for life. The sub species that we have here in South Florida are small by Blue Jay standards, with the adults being perhaps 6-7" beak to tail tip. 10 days ago, the wee ones had just opened their squinty little eyes; today, 2 of the 3 look like they will fledge at any moment. We've been supplementing the parents' diet with seed and meal worms. Here is a progression of photos over the past 10 days, the most recent one was taken today.