Steller's Jay

About the Steller's Jay
Steller's Jay

The Steller’s Jay is a species of corvid native to western North America. They are closely related to Blue Jays. Steller’s Jays have deep blue plumage with black heads and upper-bodies.

Steller’s Jays are omnivorous, eating both plant and animal matter, including nuts, seeds, berries, eggs, invertebrates, and even eggs and nestlings of other birds. Like other jay species, Steller’s Jays will cache food like acorns and seeds during a time of plenty to be consumed later.

Steller’s Jays are gregarious, and noisy. They have many different calls and vocalizations, including calls that imitate birds of prey and warning calls which other species recognize.

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