The Florida scrub-Jay is a native bird that grows up to 12 inches long with a wing span of 13.5 inches. They feature a blue-colored necklace and gray back and underparts. They eat mostly insects, frogs, toads, lizards, mice, bird eggs, and acorns. Florida scrub-jays live in family groups that consist of a breeding pair and their offspring.
The Florida scrub-jay is the only species of bird that is unique to Florida.
Much of the scrub-jay’s habitat has been altered for agricultural lands and development. As a result, they are an imperiled species, listed as “threatened,” both federally and in Florida.
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