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Burbank resident Anne Curran thrilled at discovering Aphelocoma californica, a Western scrub jay, high atop a hillside tree after hearing its piercing call.
On the other hand, avian enthusiasts could begin to see the Western scrub jay showing up there, at least in the winter.
Airola found that scrub jays adapt to urban areas with fewer oaks by flying – and hiding – acorns hundreds of yards from the source.
On Santa Cruz, keep an eye out for the highly visible (and tiny) island foxes and island scrub jays.
Eurasian jays are relatives of our blue jays and scrub jays here in the United States.
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