Baby Blues

August 28, 2018  •  5 Comments


Blue Jays are intelligent birds that form close family bonds. They can be quite noisy often imitating the calls of hawks, but they can also be completely silent when swooping in to feeders. They have a fondness for acorns and nuts and are not shy about cramming as much as they can into their gullet.


Juvenile Blue Jay1/320 sec. f/8 ISO 2500


Juvenile Blue Jay1/320 sec. f/6.3 ISO 2500


Juvenile Blue Jays

Linking to Wild Bird Wednesday



Connie Smiley(non-registered)
Love these shots where you could count the feathers, given the time and inclination. So winsome.
Ida P. Krause(non-registered)
They are pretty with the blue in their feathers. Loving the details on both shots.
a gorgeous blue jay. mine are whiter, where yours are gray...maybe the color difference is because these are youngin's. you can see it's little "tongue" in the first picture and so much color and feather detail in both!!!
Beautiful shots of one of my favorites. I never knew they can imitate the call of a hawk!
carol mattingly(non-registered)
What is your equipment. I'd love to know Brian. Carol
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