Steller’s Jay

Stellar's Jay
Stellar’s Jay. Photo by Barbara Ferraro.

Appearance: Large bird 11.5″ long, dark blue body and crest, black head and crest with spots of blue. Females are similar.

Diet: Nuts, seeds, fruits, insects, other birds’ eggs and nestlings, and small animals.

Feeder Food: Whole peanuts, sunflower seeds, and suet.

Habitat: Typically found in forested areas of mixed tree types – coniferous and deciduous.

Nesting: Large open-cup nest of twigs, bark, and mud located high in a conifer tree. 1 brood/season, 4-5 eggs/brood, eggs are blue/green with dark brown/purple/olive spots, 16-18 days incubation, and the young fledge at about 16-18 days.

Range Map

stellars jay range map

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