“Florida Scrub Jay: Protecting the Charisma of the Sunshine State”

Named after its habitat, the Florida scrub jay is found exclusively in the state of Florida, USA.

This ѕрeсіeѕ looks very much like the blue jay, and one may confuse it for one if not for its most noticeable distinguishing difference: the absence of a crest.

Regardless, it is similar to the blue jay in size and color, averaging 9 to 11 inches long and featuring an affluent blue һeаd, upperparts, and equally long tails.

Large and sturdy in shape, the bird’s underside is gray, unlike the white underparts of the blue jay, and its feathers are pale blue.

It also does not have the black necklace coloring in the neck region that blue jays have.

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