Here is a re-post of information on blue Corvids. The Corvidae family of birds also include crows, ravens, nutcrackers, and magpies. Information listed clockwise from photo. Blue Jays are found mostly in the eastern two/thirds of the United States and southern parts of Canada, among oak and pine wooded areas, home gardens and feeders.  Blue Jays… Read More MORE CORVIDS


Here is a re-post of information… The Common Raven and the American Crow are similar looking, but they do have distinct differences. First of all size, ravens can weight up to four pounds and have a wingspan up to four feet, while a crow is only one to one and half pounds with a wingspan… Read More CORVIDS


Stellar’s Jays are part of the Corvidae family of birds, which include crows, ravens, jays, nutcrackers, and magpies. Stellar’s blue bodies, crested dark heads, and bright blue patterned wings, they are the only jay with a crest. The inland form have white stripes near the forehead and eye. They are loud and distinct with their… Read More STELLAR’S JAY