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Jay, Garrulus glartdarius

Classification of birds > Passerine Order

Jay, Garrulus glartdarius. Resident; general England and Wales; widespread in Ireland (distinct race); local in Scotland. Wooded country, especially oakwoods. DESCRIPTION: 14 inches. Sexes alike. Eye blue. White rump and blue on wing are features which identify.
VOICE
: Shrieking alarm calls and cat-like mewing reveal usually hidden Jays.
HABITS
: Skulking; sometimes on ground where it hops. Usually seen in heavy flapping flight between thick cover, but sometimes visits gardens to eat peas, etc.
MAY BE
CONFUSED with 98.

Jay, Garrulus glartdarius
Jay, Garrulus glartdarius
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