The female is gray, unlike the male who blue.
A young blue jay is called a chick.
Both sexes of Blue Jays are not identical in coloration. The males are also larger than the females. Females are purple. I have a male and female blue jay the female is a little bit purple.
A baby Blue jay is called a hatchling or scrub. They baby Blue jay is taken care of by its mother for 8 to 12 days after birth.A baby blue jay is called a hatchling.
they are BLUE that's why there called Blue Jay
A female blue jay looks like a male blue jay, although she is slightly smaller in size with a white belly and black wing markings. Both sexes have tall head crests that are raised when they are excited.
Birds like the Blue Jay have a backbone and are called vertebrates.
Male blue jays are called cocks
The female blue jay lays and incubates 4-5 eggs over 16-18 days.
a blue jay or aka blue bird
a blue jay very sophisticated birds
Blue jays migrate in flocks.
It's really difficult to. They actually look exactly alike. One thing to help is by looking at the size. A female blue jay is sometimes actually smaller. Other than that, sometimes, the marking pattern of black on a blue jay might differ out its gender. Such as a small, curlier black lining can refer to a female blue jay. A male has a darker, deeper, and thicker type of lining.
Both male and female jays are primarily blue on top, white on bottom, with a black bill, legs and eyes. The species is also known as the Blue Jay.
The female is called a cow, and the baby is called a calf.
There is not different's but the boy bule jay is just only have more grayer the girl one
A blue jay is a herbivore
a blue jay is a herbivore but one blue jay ate a bird
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.