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California Scrub-Jay | Audubon Field Guide This is the “blue jay” of parks, neighborhoods, and riverside woods near the Pacific Coast. Pairs of California Scrub-Jays are often seen swooping across clearings, giving harsh calls, with their long tails flopping in flight. They readily come to backyard bird feeders.What do Scrub jays look like in flight?
You’ll often notice scrub-jays silhouetted high in trees, on wires, or on posts where they act as lookouts. In flight seems underpowered and slow, with bouts of fluttering alternating with glides. This opens in a new window.What kind of food does a scrub jay eat?
Juveniles are gray above with a blue tail and bits of blue coming in on the wings. Acorns are a main part of the diet; their bill is thick and hooked for carrying and opening acorns; slightly different from the straight, pointed bill of Woodhouse's Scrub-Jay, which eats mainly pinyon pine seeds.