Steller's jay


Steller's jay (Cyanocitta stelleri) holding a peanut in its beak. Clallan County in Washington, US. This bright blue jay is often mistakenly called a blue jay. Steller's jays are from western North America, and have a black crested head, sooty-brown back and shoulders.

Credit: Calvin Larsen / Science Source

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