FRIDAY’S FEATHERS August 11, 2017


I have always enjoyed was the magpie. The one in in Idaho are the

black-billed species. Unfortunately, I don’t have a picture of them. On our travels, we encounter the yellow-billed specis. The species is endemic to the central California area. They have not be disturb as much as the black-billed nappies and are friendly.


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3 Responses to FRIDAY’S FEATHERS August 11, 2017

  1. DailyMusings says:

    Thank you for sharing these Betty- they are such beautiful birds- I have never seen any but for photos- I am not sure they live in the North East. Have a great weekend!

    • They are a member of the Jay family. Along with crowd and ravens they can be seen feeding on the morman cricket. The black-billed was hit hard by the West Niles virus. The farmers didn’t like them in there crops and they nested together and the next were often destroy. No they don’t live in eastern part of the USA. I am not sure if their range.

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