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Bird Photography by Kay Ekwall

Kay's Feathered Friends

 

 
Steller's Jay
Steller's Jay
 

Steller's Jay

A large, dark jay of evergreen forests in the mountainous West. Steller’s Jays are common in forest wildernesses but are also fixtures of campgrounds, parklands, and backyards, where they are quick to spy bird feeders as well as unattended picnic items. When patrolling the woods, Steller’s Jays stick to the high canopy, but you’ll hear their harsh, scolding calls if they’re nearby. Graceful and almost lazy in flight, they fly with long swoops on their broad, rounded wings. Much more full information can be found at Cornell's lab of Orinthology

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other websites but it will take awhile.
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Thank you for your patience, Kay

 

Slideshows of some of our feathered friends

Eurasian Collared Dove

Canadian Geese

Great Blue Heron

Great White Egret

Sea Gulls

Hummingbirds

 

Birds Index

Photographs by Kay Ekwall and JP Ekwall

Josephine County, Southern Oregon

 

 

 

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