Physical Traits: Large crested blue bird with a black necklace across its pale breast. They eat eggs and chicks of smaller birds. They are loud, bold and of a curious nature.
Habitat: Their nests are a bowl of twigs and stems hidden in a bush or tree. Jays are usually found in family groups, searching for seeds, berries and insects on the ground in brush. They are common in woods, parks, farmlands and suburbs.
Recommended Feeder: Ground, large hopper, large tube, platform, suet cage
Feeder Tips: Feeders should accommodate a smooth food-flow.
States and Regions Found: East of the Rockies, throughout Southern Canada and in the Gulf states