Date: 12/2/19 1:39 pm
From: Matthew G Hunter <matthewghunter...>
Subject: [Umpqua Birds] Re: Blue Jay
Very cool! Do you recall any dates or years? Looking forward to next time.
Great to see what's out there with more eyes aware.
Matt

On Mon, Dec 2, 2019, 12:39 Julie Cantrell <arlutai...> wrote:

> Sure, those too. But we have definitely have had Blue Jays. I have spent
> about half my years east of the Rockies (well east), so am very familiar
> with the species. Like I said, it hadn’t occurred to me they were
> considered scarce here (according to the map on the link you sent).
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> Julie
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> *From:* <umpquabirds-bounce...> [mailto:
> <umpquabirds-bounce...>] *On Behalf Of *Matthew G Hunter
> *Sent:* Monday, December 02, 2019 12:26 PM
> *To:* ub
> *Subject:* [Umpqua Birds] Re: Blue Jay
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> Hi Julie, to be sure we're talking about the same bird, do you also see
> Steller's Jays and California Scrub-Jays out there? Thanks.
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> On Mon, Dec 2, 2019 at 11:07 AM Julie Cantrell <arlutai...>
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> I had no idea they weren’t normal for this area. I’ve seen them
> periodically out on Oak Hill Rd in Wilbur. Will have to keep a closer eye
> out!
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> Julie Cantrell
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> <<Yes, a real Blue Jay, ... is coming to a feeder out Lookingglass Road
> area from Roseburg. The homeowner contacted me and I saw the bird this
> morning. They don't want mobs wandering the area, but if you'd like to go
> see the bird, email me and I'll pass on the contact information for the
> homeowner and you can make an appointment to go visit. >>
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