And below is my apparent obsession with Charlie Harper.
“How do I get down from here,” she asks.
There were a few things I’ve learned about blue jays. For example, I did not know that blue jays are a member of the crow family or corvidae that includes ravens, rooks, jackdaws and magpies.
Furthermore, blue jays are not really blue – their vibrant blue color is a result of refraction. Once the feather is destroyed, the vibrant blue color disappears. Lastly, blue jays mimic the sound of the red-shouldered hawk when feel threatened or to deceive other birds. If you want to know more about Blue jays and other birds, visit Birdhouses 101.