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Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Blue Jay /baby Project Blue #2

I wasn't really sure why this Blue Jay kept diving at me and carrying on like it was but with further investigation i soon leart why.

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So here is baby Blue Jay i guess he was in school learning how to fly. Join Anna in her project Blue

18 comments:

Raven said...

Cool project blue! Hope the flying lessons are progressing well.

JC said...

Cool! Best not to mess with a momma protecting her young, eh.

Cris said...

hehhe, that's so cute. And what tree is that, maple tree?

juliana said...

a jay family? how cool is that!

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Great shots of the blue jay. I tell you... these birds are pretty to look at but sometimes they can be quite moody! =)

granmal said...

Those momma birds can be rather protective when their young ones are around. Nice capture. I love bird pictures.

June said...

Of course...protecting the little one...

Carletta said...

What a great capture!

Bob-kat said...

Great take on project blue! :)

Thanks for dropping by my blog!

Shionge said...

That's so cool :D

dot said...

Very cute post! I would love to see some blue jays around here. I'm sure they are here I just don't see them.

napaboaniya said...

Flap flap wings and soar high Jay!! :)

diXymiss said...

Neat! My littlest just loves birds. ThanX for stopping by. If you eXplore the eastern corner of the state, you can see that cowboy statue on the main drag in Joseph, along with many other bronze beauties.

diXymiss said...

No, we don't live in Joseph ~ we just love to visit and try to get over there every couple of years. We've stayed in cabins and camped at Wallowa lake. It's soooo beautiful!

Indrani said...

wow, watching practical flying lessons. You are lucky to be so close to nature.

Mar said...

Love blue jays, they are not seen over here. Beautiful shots!!

Donna said...

Awww...I love babies!!hughugs

Paulie said...

Good catch! Been awhile since I saw one. Come and see my blog entry about moving a 101 year old house.