A light grey, with darker speckles. The link below will take you to a photo of Blue jay eggs.
The female blue jay lays and incubates 4-5 eggs over 16-18 days.
a blue jay acts really mean. if another bird messes with its nest, the blue jay messes with there nest and they steal there eggs.
Yes, like all birds, blue jays lay eggs.
A blue jay is not a carnivore. A blue jay isn't a herbivore. Blue jays eat plants, worms, seeds, and eggs, so that would make it an omnivore.
Normally four or five.
The color of Blue Jays eggs are yellow.
their average is 4 eggs a year but range is 3-6 eggs.
Blue jays are scavengers, and eat nearly anything organic. Seeds, bread, scraps, bird eggs, fruit are all on the blue jay's menu.
All birds come from eggs.
A blue jay exists mainly as a primary consumer, though it rarely eats eggs, potentially classifying it as a secondary consumer.
i dont know maybe green
no because they kill roobin eggs
Yes. Blue jays often raid the nests of other species.
Blue jays are oppurtunists, and will eat anything organic from insects, bird eggs, bread, and seeds.
Blue jays lay 2 to 7 eggs in nests 10 to 25 feet above the ground. The eggs hatch after 17 to 18 days of incubation.
there are alot more but one species is the house finch with pale blue eggs and black spots on the larger bottom of the egg
Blue jays lay 4 to 5 eggs at one time. The mother will keep them warm for 16 to 18 days and then a new generation will begin.
Blue jays are raucus, aggresive birds. They will eat anything organic, even eggs and young of smaller birds.
14 days from the time she lays her final egg in the clutch.
Insects, fruit, seeds, eggs, and any kind of organic matter.
They don't, you numskull, they lay eggs, that hatch!! See how smart I am!!