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Blue Jay in Oregon
A blue jay takes the acorns Opal hides

Picture of a Blue Jay

Blue jay is a common name for a group of birds of the family that also includes the crows, ravens, and magpies. Blue Jays tend to be woodland birds, although they can live in the city. Blue jays are noisy and often aggressive to other birds.

Check the link below to read about how a blue jay steals the acorns Opal has hidden

Paragraph 320: A blue jay takes the acorns Opal hides     

Photo courtesy of Dr. Sabry Mason. 

 

 


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