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1-6-2015... Perhaps Mr. Jabberjaws is spreading the ''NEWS'' that the kooky woman with the camera is in the neighborhood looking for subjects to shoot. Steller's Jays are very vocal ... I call them ''the tattle-tales of the woods". More often than not, you will hear them, but not see them as they hide high up in the trees watching for possible danger. When the threat of danger is present they will start ''squawking'' loudly. This alerts other birds and animals who quickly scamper for cover. They are also very good at imitating different sounds ... some Jays are very clever as they will imitate birds of prey in an effort to scare other birds away from feeding areas. [P1063010]


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