14 days from the time she lays her final egg in the clutch.
no they are green
Yes, like all birds, blue jays lay eggs.
Blue jays will eat most anything, from seeds to the eggs of other birds.
their average is 4 eggs a year but range is 3-6 eggs.
All birds come from eggs.
Normally four or five.
The female blue jay lays and incubates 4-5 eggs over 16-18 days.
The incubation phase for a Blue Jay egg is 17-18 days. The nestling stage lasts 17-21 days. http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Blue_Jay/lifehistory
A blue jay exists mainly as a primary consumer, though it rarely eats eggs, potentially classifying it as a secondary consumer.
i dont know maybe green