Woodhouse’s Scrub-Jay

The Feather Files
Name: Woodhouse’s Scrub-Jay
Species: Aphelocoma woodhouseii
Native to and Migration: Year round resident of the dry lowlands from Nevada, United States into Mexico
Date Seen: April 2016
Location: Grand Canyon, Arizona
Notes:  Unlike some other species of Jay, this one does not have a crested head.

7 thoughts on “Woodhouse’s Scrub-Jay

      1. Yes, they are. I saw my first goldfinch at the Park this morning. I don’t know what it was eating as the thistles are not blooming yet. They are always so quick, darting around, in and out of trees. He was sitting on a fence.

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