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Discussion in 'Pets and Wildlife' started by Dale, Apr 21, 2009.
There are a lot of these around here. Bright sunrise this morning and he seemed accommodating.
Beautiful Bird and great shots!
Wow what beautiful and vibrant colour on him Dale .....
He is lovely (and fabulous photos as always )
Is this the only Jay species up your way ?
The Blue is very vibrant !
We only have Scrub Jay's down here and they
are curious pesky little buggers.
Scrub jays are abundant east of the Coast Range, but I've never seen any on the coast.
Beautiful! We only have the regular blue jays here...they are loud obnoxious birds lol
Thanks for the memories, Dale. We saw those when we were camping up and down the Oregon coast many moons ago! Beautiful bird and beautiful photos.
Another reason to come to visit. I can show you plenty.
I saw a double red-breasted mattress thrasher the other day, but it was gone before I could get my camera.
Most likely the same Bluejay resident of my area, DeeJ They can also be aggressive. I have seen them kill Mourning Dove fledglings.
Beautiful Jay, Dale!
I think I saw that on DVD at my adult movie store
I caught sight of a camera breasted seersucker once in San Francisco. Rare.
Great shot Dale!
Jays are the teenagers of the avian world.
Beautiful photo, Dale. I like how he's straddling the perches.
"I'll stand here and here!"