Photo 7 Apr 25 notes rhamphotheca:

Steller’s Jay (Cyanocitta stelleri)
The Steller’s jay is a bold and aggressive species frequently found scavenging in campgrounds, picnic areas, and feeding stations in the West. The bird’s flight is strong and steady, with wings rarely flexed above horizontal. Polytypic. Length 11.5” (29 cm). Common. Breeding: a variety of coniferous and mixed coniferous forests…
(read more: National Geo)

rhamphotheca:

Steller’s Jay (Cyanocitta stelleri)

The Steller’s jay is a bold and aggressive species frequently found scavenging in campgrounds, picnic areas, and feeding stations in the West. The bird’s flight is strong and steady, with wings rarely flexed above horizontal. Polytypic. Length 11.5” (29 cm). Common. Breeding: a variety of coniferous and mixed coniferous forests…

(read more: National Geo)

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    I love these guys almost as much as their kissing cousins, ravens and crows. You can’t camp in Oregon without this flash...
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