This is always the best time of year to see Jays as they come out into the open in search of acorns. You'll often see them making short, low flights from the trees to open ground where they bury (or try to find) their food. This morning there were three all together in my garden, acting comically as is the way of Corvids (the crow family in general).

I'm not sure if these are juveniles but I suspect so, that being why they were together as a group perhaps. These are perhaps the most exotic looking birds you'll see in the garden, and since they're not so regular spotted it's particular nice to get three at once. The bird above is eyeing up a feeder, and was also eating the fat ball fragments left on the stump itself.


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