Wednesday, July 13, 2011

I Think This Is A Tween Blue Jay......

because he sure had a lot to say.........


kept looking for a "hand out"!!!!


A little food here........I'm hungry.......


acted as if he was leaving, but never did!!!!!


Drinking, drinking.........


and more squealing!!!!!

Yep......definitely a tween!!!!!!

All kidding aside, this guy's top half is very "gray"
(I know what your thinking, tweens make US gray)
which I believe indicates he is immature.
Also the poofy crest on his head.
He looks different then my other jays, what do you guys think?!?!?

You can click on these pictures to enlarge them......the first one is awesome when enlarged!!!

14 comments:

  1. yup, i believe you. and the squawking and looking for the car keys... definitely teen / tween...

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  2. The poofy hair and noisy output are certainly the mark of a youngster... or a heavy metal musician.

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  3. One listen (look) at the mouth going and I concur...he's a teen!

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  4. I think it's a strong series. I know nothing of the details of juvenile blue jays. Other commenters think he's a tween....so I accept that idea too.

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  5. Great bunch of pics. Yes, it's a juvenile but I think "tween" is a better name.

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  6. Excellent pictures.I think you are right about his age.

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  7. Oh for sure, you can tell by the "hairdo".

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  8. All that back-talking. Has to be a teenager! :)

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  9. Gotta be a tween, too much talking to be otherwise!

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  10. You're right, that first shot is excellent. I honestly don't have an opinion related to his tween status, but you make a good case for it ;)

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  11. He's a pretty cute bird!! Love the spiked hair!!1

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  12. Great collection of pics ~ loved the first one blown up! And the comments are so creative and got my day started with a smile!

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  13. Hi Debbie,

    This jay is too funny -- mouth wide open in every picture!

    Thanks for the smile. I love candid animal shots.

    -Ashley

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