Jay

Jay

Jays grow to 30 – 36 cm long and the breed in both coniferous and deciduous woodland and in parkland. They are part of the Crow family they are shy woodland birds, rarely moving far from cover. Jays are famous for their acorn collecting, in the autumn you may see them burying acorns, returning later in winter to feed on. They feed mainly on acorns, nuts, seeds and insects, but also eats the eggs and chicks of other birds in the spring and early summer, also feed on small mammals.

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