“Every morning my husband throws peanuts to the Blue Jays”, writes Kathy Pickering. “This little guy waited under the feeder and caught his peanut first try!”
Some of my wildlife friends that come to feed in my backyard in Dunnville. Submitted by Norbert Janitz.
This Blue Jay was enjoying one of his last meals before everything was covered in snow! Submitted by Melissa Kleinjan.
“This beautiful Blue Jay turned up in my back yard this morning”, writes Katrina Middleton. “He hung around with me while I worked in my garden in Caledonia”.
These little blue friends are always happy to find peanuts… for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Submitted by Patricia Barriera.
While feeding a chipmunk at the Royal Botanical Gardens, a hungry Blue Jay waited his turn to be fed. Submitted by Gordon Harris.
This Blue Jay stopped in for his photo, then grabbed a peanut and took off. Submitted by Sabrina Ann of Hamilton.
THE TRUE MOVIE STAR OF THE BALCONY SCENE! – This hot to trot Blue Jay that graced my balcony with a quick visit had a box of blue Laurentien pencil crayons blushing in shame. Submitted by Lisa Mancini.
“This fledgling Blue Jay was having some difficulty trying out his new wings and ended up hanging from my neighbour’s wall”, writes George Johnson. “Eventually he made it to my back fence and his anxious parents”.
Blue Jays are difficult to photograph, so I have to bribe them with peanuts. Submitted by Art Ward.