Pinyon Jay


(Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus)

Early in the season, Pinyon Jay, a western species, often travels widely in gregarious nomadic flocks before separating into pairs for nesting. They may be present one minute, then gone the next, and can empty out a feeder in no time.

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