I've written a great deal about these guys already, so I think it's just time to enjoy them!! Also Boom & I broke free today and were out on the trails, so no commentary. It was that weather that is described world wide as spring ski weather. Woof, woof and yahoo!!
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I so love the Blue Jay, it is unforgettable.ReplyDelete
Aren't they the greatest Bob; they're related to crows and ravens so they sharp as a pin!!ReplyDelete
I do like the quizzical look and tilt of head in the last shot.ReplyDelete
Beautiful Blue Jays and I, too, love the quizzical look and tilt of the head! Terrific captures! Enjoy your week!ReplyDelete
Nice pics, Gary, love the Blue Jays!!ReplyDelete
they are regal looking. a few of them visit my feeder. i love them.ReplyDelete
They're no dummies either Lesley.ReplyDelete
Yup Sylvia they're quite bright and will mount an attack on a hawk.ReplyDelete
Thanks Bonifer. I know you see them too!!ReplyDelete
Chatty and inquistive aren't they, Ewok?ReplyDelete
Beautiful birds, I love their colorings.ReplyDelete
Nice to meet you, Gary. Blue Jay is so charming. I wonder what he (she?) is wondering in the last image.ReplyDelete
I look forward to next visit here, cause I love to see wildlife and flowers, and your Boomer, too.
Beautiful shots of the bird. Love the color of its feathers.ReplyDelete
Blue Jays have been a favorite of mine since childhood. I wish I had taken those shots. You got some very interesting angles. Thumps-up!ReplyDelete
I see sun shining on those gorgeous blue feathers! Lovely shots.ReplyDelete
Good for you! Enjoy your freedom.ReplyDelete
Your blue jays are a nice cheeky lot.
Hi - I think that blue is such a remarkable colour of animals - how do they do it?ReplyDelete
Keep an eye out for some Satin Bower Birds coming from me soon.
Stewart M - Australia
Stewart M again - If you liked the pictures of the Godwits you may enjoy the main post they cam from - its my most recent at:ReplyDelete
Cheers - SM.
Springs coming and its time to hit the trails!ReplyDelete
hm, it differs from the Blue Jay in Costa Rica. Fun to see.ReplyDelete
Wow, this bird is so fascinating and could be my favorite bird!!!ReplyDelete
Wait, Yoshi, until you see the RedPolls!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful bluejays, Gary. You got some great shots here.ReplyDelete
We had a bluejay in the tree in our front yard this week. My husband took some photos of him through his office window (with screen) but could only see the back of the bird. LOL
Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Thanks Kay. He is a beauty isn't he?ReplyDelete