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The Jay


Garrulus glandarius


The Jay is actually a member of the crow family. They are shy woodland birds, rarely moving far from cover. It is known for its love of acorns which it often leaves hidden. These forgotten snacks are credited with the rapid spread of oaks after the last Ice Age.


The jay has pale pink plumage, a black tail and white rump.  Its head has a pale crown with black streaks, and black facial markings and bill.  Its wings are black and white with a panel of distinctive electric-blue feathers. It has a wingspan of around 55cm and is 35cm from tail to beak.


Credit - Woodland Trust


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