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Blue Jay - Whatbird.com Home| Search| Browser| Expert| Forum| Help| Site Map Field Guide to Birds of North America Species Overview Identification Behavior Portrait Blue Jay Cyanocitta cristata Order PASSERIFORMES Family Crows and Jays (Corvidae) Code 4 BLJA Code 6 CYACRI ITIS 1 2 3 ILLUSTRATION Copyright © 2004
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The blue jay (Cyanocitta cristata) is a passerine bird in the family Corvidae , native to North America. It is resident through most of eastern and central United States, although western populations may be migratory. Resident populations are also found in Newfoundland, Canada, while breeding populations can be found i
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