Yucatan Jay

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Common Name: Yucatan Jay
Scientific Name: Cyanocorax yucatanicus

Size: 12½–13½ inches (32–34.5 cm)

Habitat: Central America; Belize, Guatemala, and southern Mexico. Found in subtropical or tropical dry forests and heavily degraded former forest.

Status: Least Concern. Global Population: 50,000 – 499,999 mature individuals.

Diet: Seeds and some insects

Nesting: Juveniles are mostly white in appearance with blue wings. Immature jays have yellow-eye rings and yellowish beaks

Cool Facts: The Yucatan Jay is endemic to the Yucatan peninsula


Found in Songbird ReMix Yucatan

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