Blue Jay calls and sounds Part 2

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Facebook Page Two cute baby blue jays Blue Jay- Catching Peanuts For A Livin' The common call of a blue jay is a jeering jaay or jaay-jaay, which often attracts other jays. Intense versions are given in alarm. Calls accompanying the bobbing display include a musical, bell-like toolool, toolool, a squeaky wheedleee, wheedelee, and odd clicking sounds. When jays are in close proximity of one another soft nasal calls are given, especially during mating, feeding and nest building. Blue Jays frequently mimic hawk calls, especially those of the Red-shouldered Hawk. They are quite good at mimicking the sharp-shinned hawk call and have fooled me a few times.
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