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Brown Jay, Psilorhinus morio: widespread in MX & CntAmer. Recent arrival in S-TX, still very uncommon & local there - photo: Greg W.Lasley/Vireo

Yucatan Jay, found in Belize, Guatemala, & southern Mexico. Natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests & heavily degraded former forests.

Steller's Jay, they are all over California National Parks, Sequioa, Yosemite, Shasta, Love these birds watch out if you dare to have any Blueberry Muffins. lol

The blue jay is a strikingly beautiful, 11- to 12 1/2-inch bird, among the most familiar birds of North America. The bird’s call is a defiant jay-jay, often sounded in a discordant chorus with other jays, setting up a commotion if an enemy is spotted. Blue jays also mimic other birdcalls. -You may also like video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iItXKBombE8 -Image source: http://www.natureartists.com/artists/artist_artwork.asp?ArtistID=1293&ArtworkID=27558