The Steller's Jay

By: Angel

Where they live

The Steller's Jay are found in California and Alaska.
They can live in forests and agricultural areas.
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What they look like

They're necks and upper backs are black.
They also have beaks and feet that are also black.
From they're neck down is blue.

What they eat

In the spring, winter, and fall they eat acorns, chestnuts, berries, seeds, grain, lizards, and more.
In the summertime Steller's Jay don't eat but they lay eggs.

Nesting

Steller's Jay make their nests with mud and tiny sticks.
They place their nest six to thirty feet high in the evergreen trees.
They lay only three to five eggs.
Steller's usually lay their eggs in April to May
Steller's Jay