a blue jay is a herbivore but one blue jay ate a bird
The blue jay is an herbivore.
A blue jay is a herbivore cause it only eats poop!!!
A blue jay is not a carnivore. A blue jay isn't a herbivore. Blue jays eat plants, worms, seeds, and eggs, so that would make it an omnivore.
Omnivore. They eat other bird's eggs, worms, and seeds.
it depends, cuz some birds may be herbivore and others may be omnivores, like a tanager is a carnivore but a blue jay is a herbivore and an eagle is a detritivore....so it depends.
They are actually omnivores. The blue jay mainly feeds on nuts and seeds such as acorns, soft fruits, arthropods, and occasionally small vertebrates.
no one really knows :)a blue jay is blue because it wants to be!
A blue jay drinks water.
yes a blue jay is a bird
The Canada jay is gray and white, the blue jay is blue and gray and white, the Stellar's jay is similar to the blue jay but has a blackish head, scrub jays are blue and gray.
The blue jay is not a state bird.
Yes, a blue jay is an omnivore.
the length of a blue jay is 10.inches
No, a Blue Whale is a carnivore.
A female blue jay is called a hen
A young blue jay is called a chick.
They got their name because they are blue and they yell out jay!
That is the correct spelling of "blue jay" (sometimes capitalized).
It means that a blue jay has visited you.
The blue jay is not a state bird at all.
=A blue jay is a bird so it is not a mammal.=
A Blue Jay is a bird, has a spine, so is a vertebrate.
they are BLUE that's why there called Blue Jay