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Blue Jay!

Outside of a bird-watching book Landen received for his birthday, we had yet to see a Blue Jay in the wild.

I was in awe of how brilliantly blue they truly are.

I rolled my eyes when I read an excerpt about "how to identify a Blue Jay." I consider this quite obvious.

Related Animal Sightings: Frogs and Rabbits OH MY!

They're known for their intelligence and complex social systems, and found in forests - especially near oak trees. It makes sense that we see them around our property. They can be assholes though, as we've learned they steal and sometimes eat the eggs and nestlings of other birds. (It was also expressed that this is rare, so note to the Finches that also inhabit our property - don't piss off a Jay.)

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