blue jay

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Synonyms for blue jay

common jay of eastern North America

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Each pouch will sport the Blue Jay logo to let them know who they can turn to for communication service.
We won two World Series together," said the 43-year-old former second baseman, who played five seasons with the Blue Jays from 1991-95.
Nature Note: I once trapped blue jays at my birdfeeder to help a friend with a study she was conducting.
A tubular feeder with holes big enough to pull the seed out will discourage larger birds, such as blue jays, from feeding.
It is not known if the squirrel killed the blue jay (another juvenile blue jay was observed nearby on the ground), or removed the jay from a nest.
Blue Jay Wireless, LLC has expanded its service area to the state of California, and has begun enrolling customers in the California LifeLine Program, the company said.
Sylvia Ross (author); BLUE JAY GIRL; Heyday Books (Children's Picture Book) $12.95 ISBN: 9781597141277
However, the Cornell researchers say that they haven't so far ruled out atypical blue jay "tootings."
I went to the window in time to see a large blue jay land on the patio and pick up a peanut.
In contrast, the Steller's jay and blue jay appear to have, diverged more than 5 million years ago.
Scientists may not know how the leopard got its spots, but they are learning how the blue jay, the bluebird and others of that sort got blue.
Verlander pitched his third career no-hitter, punctuating a dominant season by striking out 14 to lead the Houston Astros past the Toronto Blue Jays 2-0 on Sunday.
Tanaka and Chapman combined on a four-hitter, Brett Gardner had an RBI double, and New York beat the Blue Jays 1-0 Sunday to end a two-game skid.