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Cyanocitta (blue jays)

Wikipedia Abstract

Cyanocitta is a genus of birds in the family Corvidae, a family which contains the crows, jays and magpies. Established by Hugh Edwin Strickland in 1845, it contains the following species: \n* Blue jay, Cyanocitta cristata \n* Steller's jay, Cyanocitta stelleri The name Cyanocitta is a combination of the Greek words kuanos, meaning "dark blue" and kitta, meaning "jay".
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Cyanocitta cristata (Blue Jay) (Attributes)
Cyanocitta stelleri (Steller's Jay) (Attributes)

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