Blue Jay:In the spiritual realm, the blue jay speaks of clarity and vision. In Native American symbolism (namely.the SiouxNation) the azure of the jay against the blue sky indicated a "double vision" or double clarity. This visual/spiritual "blue on blue" concept speaks of purity of the soul, truth of the heart, and clarity of thought.*what's-your-sign.com

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Blue Jay: Blue Jay (I found one of their beautiful feathers today:)

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"The Winter Blues" Blue jay photo by Denis Mark. I love seeing bluejays on a snowy day.

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BLUE JAY in flight (Cyanocitta cristata) ©Jim Ridley The Blue Jay is a bird native to North America.

A gorgeous Blue Jay in flight. Known under the technical name of Cyanocitta cristata, The Blue Jay is a bird native to North America. Photo by Jim Ridley ©

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Blue Jay One of the loudest and most colorful birds of eastern back yards and woodlots, the Blue Jay is unmistakable. Intelligent and adaptable, it may feed on almost anything, and it is quick to take advantage of bird feeders.

A close look at a Blue Jay's glorious feathers by jungle mama, via Flickr

blue jay feathers are actually pigmented brown or black, but due to structural coloration they appear blue.

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Blue Jay Suzanne -- one winter ice storm, we put a dish of peanuts out for the birds. We had dozens of Bluejays descend upon the peanuts. And I spent much of the day refilling the dish.

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