Toronto Blue Jays

Are blue jays extinct?

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Answered 2010-03-31 17:19:24

No. The population of blue jays is relatively high in most places. You may not see them much but if you live in the eastern U.S. and parts of far southeastern Canada blue jays are probably present. They are considered "least concern" as far as conservation status goes.

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