Western scrub jay

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Aphelocoma californica
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Male Aphelocoma californica
Scientific classification
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A Western scrub jay (Aphelocoma californica) is a type of jay bird in Western North America. They live in forests and look for food on the ground. They eat acorns, hairy caterpillars, beetles, wasps, corn, nuts, fruit, lizards, and other things.[1]

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  1. Fisher, Chris C. and Joseph Morlan. Birds of San Francisco and the Bay Area. Auburn: Lone Pine Publishing (1996). ISBN 1551050803