Meester Blue Jay

Meester Blue Jay

Blue Jays are a lot bigger than the regular backyard birds. I can’t tell if it’s the same blue jay that plunders our for-regular-backyard-birds feeder every morning and afternoon. If it is, I fear that my son may be right about his conjecture.

Me: “There’s this blue jay that ransacks our birdfeeder. Because of his size, whenever he lands on the feeder, the seeds shake off and scatter to the ground.”

Dante: “It must be under contract from the squirrel. ‘Mr. Squirrel. I understand you have a problem. A problem I may be able to assist you with. They call me Blue Jay.’”

Dante was referring to my post: “Oh! Look! Squirrels!” and the video: The Squirrel Conundrum.

Here are some photos of Meester Blue Jay and how he overwhelms our feeder (click on photo to enlarge):

Blue Jay on the ground.

Blue Jay on the ground.

Blue Jay on a branch.

Blue Jay on a branch.

Blue Jay head-on approach.

Blue Jay head-on approach.

Blue Jay coming close.

Blue Jay coming close.

Almost there.

Almost there.

Blue Jay grabs on to birdfeeder.

Blue Jay grabs on to birdfeeder.

Blue Jay looks around.

Blue Jay looks around.

Yummy seeds!

"Yummm! I has seeds!"

Blue Jay scatters seeds for the squirrel.

Blue Jay scatters seeds for the squirrel.

Blue Jay flies away.

Blue Jay flies away.

Blue Jay leaving.

"My work here is done."

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