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Mexican Jay

Aphelocoma wollweberi

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Attractive dusty-blue jay with paler belly. Restricted to pine-oak woodlands in mountains and canyons from Arizona to central Mexico. Most similar to Western Scrub-Jay, but look for blue back and plain blue face. Found in small family groups. Feeds primarily on acorns.

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