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ღღ The Azure-hooded Jay is found at mid-elevations from southeastern Mexico to western Panama. The bright sky blue hood that gives the species its name can be difficult to see as birds forage in thick vegetation of the subcanopy and edges of humid montane forest.  They are best detected by their explosive calls, given while traveling in pairs or small flocks of 3 - 5 individuals. Near the nest, however, Azure-hooded Jays can be surprisingly quiet.

ღღ The Azure-hooded Jay is found at mid-elevations from southeastern Mexico to western Panama. The bright sky blue hood that gives the species its name can be difficult to see as birds forage in thick vegetation of the subcanopy and edges of humid montane forest. They are best detected by their explosive calls, given while traveling in pairs or small flocks of 3 - 5 individuals. Near the nest, however, Azure-hooded Jays can be surprisingly quiet.

Black-Browed Bushtit (Black-Browed Tit) - Aegithalos bonvaloti - Boreal forests and temperate forests of China and Burma (Myanmar), are where this bird of the family Aegithalidae makes its home. It is a small, long-tailed bird of 4.3-4.7" (11-12 cm) in length - Image : © Porag Jyoti Phukan / January 23, 2014

Black-browed bushtit or black-browed tit (Aegithalos bonvaloti) - Image : © Porag Jyoti Phukan / January 2014

Racket-Tailed Treepie Indo-China, It is a member of the Crow family; it almost always feeds in trees, never feeding from the ground though coming down to bathe on occasion

So Beautiful! Nut Hatch reflection.

Nuthatch reflection © mark hancox Taken at a low level at a woodland pool, this bird started to use this perch to drink from but sometimes would momentarily look into the water.

Beautiful Jay (Cyanolyca pulchra), South America

Beautiful Jay by Andrew Spence Northwest Ecuador -Tropical Birding Tours

Gray Jay (Perisoreus canadensis)   Capture Minnesota Photo Contest -  by Janelle Streed

Gray Jay (Perisoreus canadensis) Capture Minnesota Photo Contest - by Janelle Streed

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Rufous Treepie - Dendrocitta vagabunda The Rufous Treepie, Dendrocitta vagabunda (Passeriformes - Corvidae) is a bright rufous magpie with sooty head and neck, and impressions of grey, black and white.

Torresian Crow

Crows of the World 2 (alverdens kragefugle) - general description

Western Scrub-Jay (Aphelocoma californica), or California Jay, at Montana de Oro State Park by mikebaird

I love Montana D' Oro! and have these wonderful jays in my yard in Nevada. Western Scrub-Jay (Aphelocoma californica), or California Jay, at Montana de Oro State Park by mikebaird

Brown-headed Crow (Corvus fuscicapillus)

Medium-sized crow with massive, strongly arched bill, and short tail squared at end; nasal bristles parted at forehead; throat feathers bristly, and breast feathers hair-like,

Silvery-throated Jay Cyanolyca argentigula - Google Search

Forehead and lores have an inconspicuous tuft of very short stiff feathers.

Turquoise Jay (Cyanolyca turcosa) by Nick_Athanas

Turquoise Jay (Cyanolyca turcosa) by Nick_Athanas

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