Although both birds have blue feathers, they are in entirely different families of birds. Bluebirds are insectivores but blue jays are opportunists able to eat most food sources they find.
Asked in Birds, Birdwatching, Songbirds, Colors
How are blue jays and blue birds different?
Jays are larger, and have more white and gray coloration, and have a crest. They are in the family Corvidae, with crows and ravens. The bluebirds are a deeper blue, and are thrushes, family Turdidae. ...
Asked in Songbirds, The Difference Between
The difference between the cardinals and blue jays?
Blue jays are larger, more aggressive, and are colored differently.Cardinals are basicly seed eaters in the finch family, while blue jays are scavengers, related to crows and ravens. ...
Asked in Toronto Blue Jays, Baseball History
Who was the Blue Jays all time winningest pitcher?
Through the 2009 season, that is Dave Stieb with 175 wins for the Blue Jays between 1979-1992 and 1998. ...