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Geai0204 Eurasian Jay



Author 'Canada' A voir (Id 31839 ) : Jay of the Oaks is a large and beautiful, very colourful, easy a Scout with feathers of different colors, distinct, a surface Brown-pink plumage and a blue wing mirror. Flight there are a white rump. The Crown of the head is slightly striee and sometimes dressee as a crest; is a black moustache and white throat.



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> Lisa >Reply May 19, 2011
Hello, I found a baby gay oaks fell from the nest, he has been there for one day, I went 3 times to see if he was there and every choice I see. I would like to know how to feed him but I want my own. I would also like to know how to release it and see it come and eat at the caller. Thank you in advance.
 
> Leamar22 >Reply Nov 26, 2010
Very nice picture! My parents have a huge oak tree in front of their house and every day more jays come to perch and peck at the tomb of oak.
 
> Barry >Reply Jul 05, 2010
A "town crier" visited me and settled on my balcony a few moments ... My regulars or chickadees, sparrows, robins, wood pigeons have all screamed scandal since the bird, not only roused the whole neighborhood but "crier" became "thief" ... cookies and other seeds were swallowed! What fun nonetheless to see this wonderful city full bird survey in the forest just before! Thank you for the photo.
 
> Francou >Reply Jun 28, 2010
I found this picture a little dark, but it is probably due to lack of daylight.
 
> Valentine52 >Reply Jun 21, 2010
We do not see the color of the bird, which is a shame. Greetings.
 
> Nannou >Reply Jun 16, 2010
I think it's a very beautiful bird, I have the same on my property and I wondered what it was. The photo is successful.
 
> Rider >Reply Mar 29, 2010
Too beautiful and perfect this photo, plus jay is magnificent.
 
> Kjk >Reply Mar 24, 2010
: 4:: 5:: 6: It is very well made, me I've seen.
 
> Boomer >Reply Mar 07, 2010
We provide all kinds of seeds for our birds in winter and we have 3 Jays ahead. Thanks to your picture I could identify that it was the Jays because I thought it was the Peaks. Thank you.
 
> Mivelo >Reply Sep 04, 2009
This photo has enabled me to identify a jay in my garden, it has been there for some time and I wondered what it was. Thank you.
 
> Alainll >Reply Aug 06, 2009
Very beautiful bird, as rare in our region Île de France.
 
> Paola >Reply Jul 31, 2009
Thank you, I could recognize my garden jay lives in oak.
 
> Marina >Reply Jun 04, 2009
I found a jay oaks, there are now 2 weeks, it had fallen from the nest, he looks good s'apprivoiser. Does anyone have advice for food?
 
 > Chantal >Reply
Aug 12, 2009
 
I got 1 jay 2 months ago and a half. He had 1 broken leg and the veto was not very optimistic. We asked 1 of fortune splint and the leg is on the repaired knee. On the ankle and foot it will remain disabled but still with his daily rehabilitation and the central finger wound heel are on track to recovery. This bird has a character. It is brazen, aggressive, spiteful, possessive and especially wolverine. We put them on chopped steak with corn and crushed. For dessert we are its masters in the art of catching grasshoppers or locusts that we are giving him alive so that he learns to hunt alone. It floods us cacas its beams on the veranda where he had to take refuge when he nozzle 1 turn around the house or just call it lunch. This bird is a thief and especially cigarette butts. I am convinced that this is not good for him ...
 
> Viro >Reply May 27, 2009
Very proud jay, that of beautiful colors: very nice picture frame.
 
> Nanou >Reply May 17, 2009
I discovered this bird in my garden. Thank you I now know who he is.
 
> Dan creuk >Reply Feb 14, 2009
Very nice photo ... I myself visiting a jay every morning under my window. He appreciates the seeds for birds that I would start first.
 
> Le Jâ >Reply Feb 01, 2009
I saw tons in the Vosges by firewood, it is called the watchman of the forest by preventing his cry when an animal or someone approach. It is very hard to photograph properly so it is great.
 
> Zenith >Reply Jan 28, 2009
Superb picture certainly taken on the spot, bravo to the photographer ... I love.
 
> Rose >Reply Jan 27, 2009
Very nice picture. Nothing to say. Excellent for me, the bottom is the bird in value and he looks great!
 
> Jnn1992 >Reply Dec 17, 2008
Very beautiful bird just s'approsisionner to the manger of our squirrels.
 
> Philou >Reply Nov 02, 2008
This photo is great, my teacher will be happy!: 5:: 3:: 13:
 
> Louise >Reply Jul 17, 2008
It is very beautiful, I have many in my garden, and pleasant to look at !!!
 
> Founzelette >Reply Jun 17, 2008
Beautiful photos. Site well full. It is quite the same jay that I observed this morning in my garden.
 
> Nanou >Reply Jun 04, 2008
for people who want to identify a bird.

> Voir : Http://www.fond ecran image.com/identifier oiseau.html.
 
> Benny >Reply May 31, 2008
Nice photo, which allowed me to know what bird was in my garden this afternoon.
 
> Claudia >Reply May 24, 2008
Thank you ! Thanks to you, I finally know the name of this pair of wonderful birds that I fed on the table in my garden room in the park since this winter. They are gorgeous both of them and have a song very special, a kind of snap of the beak very curious. I hope to keep as long as possible at home, the show is superb ! pure happiness !
 
> Hiram >Reply May 23, 2008
This photo is beautiful, it brings us closer to nature
 
> Mimosa [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 20, 2008
Very nice shot of this jay, I didn't know until this morning thanks to this beautiful shot, a beautiful pose ! Is it that the author bears the name of the country of origin of this beautiful bird ? I come from Quebec and I don't know that jay.
 
 > Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
May 20, 2008
 
Thank you, Mimose, for your comment. The 'Jays oak' (Garrulus glandarius) of Europe and the 'blue Jays' (Cyanocitta cristata) in Quebec are very beautiful, but with a plumage very different.
To answer your question, this photo was taken by 'Canada' (which I greet and thank) in the region of Vernier - Geneva, Switzerland.
A beautiful photo with very good editing of Ferdinand : well done and thank you to all three of you.
 
> Les rioussats >Reply Apr 30, 2008
Bravo and thank you for sharing your masterpieces.
 
> Gluglu >Reply Feb 07, 2008
Thank you so much for this beautiful photo my child was able to realize what is a jay !
 
> Cassin >Reply Jan 23, 2008
I was looking for a photo of jay with my 4-year olds to show them a 'real' jay, and that they can compare with the illustration of the tale, read 'marlaguette'. They really appreciate the beautiful photos of birds. Thank you.
 
> Moi >Reply Jan 10, 2008
Nice photo, pity that the tail is behind the branch, otherwise it's not bad.
 
> Sanka [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jan 06, 2008
I had never seen, it is as same the pictures because it allows us to see birds we don't know
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jan 06, 2008
Lover of bird, I went to the side of this 'Jay' (Garrulus glandarius) very well described in the presentation. He is actively involved in the spread of oak trees by hiding the acorns in the ground. Very beautiful bird : bravo Canada, and thank you.
Best wishes for the year 2008.
 
> TREBOR >Reply Dec 02, 2007
Thank you for sharing with us this photo superb, all the more that now it is very rare to see.
 
> Maryln >Reply Aug 21, 2007
I love birds, this one is adorable. This morning I saw in my garden a bird that I first took for a pigeon from far away. But when it spread its wings I saw that it was not one of them. It came to rest on a rembarde iron to a few feet away from me, pity that my camera was not within reach... But I was happy to have been able to observe a jay !!
 
> Domdom >Reply Jul 19, 2007
Superb, I just saw one in my garden it is the reason why I searched your site. Bravo
 
> Papalou >Reply Jun 30, 2007
Super ! It looks great this bird perched on the branch, the background is well out of its plumage.
 
> Fred&jess >Reply Jun 10, 2007
Me, I have a jay at home. It is a baby, he fell from the nest when I collected. This is a week as he lives with me, he is very nice, air tame easily and it is not at all wild. After spending some days with him, I tell you, the jays are very intelligent, more than we think. He goes in and out of his cage all alone.
 
 > Maxbec >Reply
Jul 07, 2010
 
Hello I also trouv2 tomb2 jay's nest. With what nourrissez6vous? J4ai commenc2 with grasshoppers. Thank you.
 
> Naty >Reply Jun 03, 2007
I love the photo, my daughter also. I came on this site because I see a bird that looks like the jay.
 
> Astrid >Reply Apr 08, 2007
Very nice photo of a bird I do not know anything Thank you for sharing it.
 
> Nicole.barberon [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Apr 03, 2007
Beautiful image of this bird, well put in value on this light background. Pretty cliché.
 
> Nguyendomy >Reply Apr 03, 2007
It looks great this bird perched on the branch the bottom highlights its plumage.
 
> Nenfer13 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 03, 2007
A beautiful bird, but too framed in the center of the image. Good image all the same, which can be cropped easily.
 
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