Blue Jays rarely migrate, but if they migrate they leave when the weather gets to cold for them.
Surprisingly, the blue jay is not one of the State Birds.
Blue jays migrate in flocks.
As with other birds, the wing of a blue jay is covered in feathers.
blue jay birds can have at lease 2-3 babies
Birds like the Blue Jay have a backbone and are called vertebrates.
No, all birds are vetebrates.
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No, birds do not hibernate.
They are both birds!
The individual names of the three blue birds from the Angry Birds are Jay, Jake, and Jim.
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No. The blue jay is found in temperate zones of North America, mainly east of the Rockies.
No. They are active at daylight hours.
no they're not there still alive
Yes, and they do, actually.
All birds are vertebrates.
In the northern sections of its range, there is some withdrawal southwards. But mainly, it does not migrate over most of its range.
Yes, blue jays are not normally migratory birds.
No, they are not. They are no more than birds who just so happen to be blue.
All kinds of birds chirp like a blue jay and cardinal and other birds...etc.
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