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    Blue White - Stellar's Jay: There's one that visits the suet here every day. (Out of range here, in N CO) ONE day there were 4, but haven't seen them since. Beautiful birds. - rueth

  • Connie Mitchell

    Winter Bluejay - a stellar jay

  • Laurie Chivers

    Items similar to Stellar Jay in Aspen Tree - Set of Five Fine Art Note Cards on Etsy❤️

  • R.D. Spark

    ♥Bluebird in Winter... * Stellar Jay in Winter, technically :)

  • Sally C

    Blue Christmas

  • Nancy Schechter

    Blue jay in Winter Wonderland

  • Debra Mikalauskas

    Blue Jay on Snowy Branches. #winter #snow #birds

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