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aphelocoma wollweberi

  1. Mexican Jay 2505.jpg

    Mexican Jay 2505.jpg

    Mexican Jay
  2. Mexican jay- LIFER!

    Mexican jay- LIFER!

  3. Mexican jay- LIFER!

    Mexican jay- LIFER!

  4. Mexican jay- LIFER!

    Mexican jay- LIFER!

    This and 2 other photos are NOT of my very first Mexican Jay. I will also send a few photos of the very first individual I've seen/heard, my lifer individual. This was during my day trip with my Dad to the Chiricahuas of southeast AZ. This is an adult, my very first one was a juvenile.
  5. Mexican Jay, Texas

    Mexican Jay, Texas

  6. Mexican Jay

    Mexican Jay

  7. Mexican Jay Portrait

    Mexican Jay Portrait

    I am really amazed at the feather detail my Sigma 100-300 f/4 can produce, especially at short distances (this bird was ~3m away). No sharpening at all has been done to this photo!
  8. Mexican Jay

    Mexican Jay

    Mexican Jay (Aphelocoma wollweberi subsp. couchii) Sexes similar. Photographed in the Chisos Mountain Basin, Big Big National Park, Brewster County, Texas, USA. Piyon/juniper/oak belt at ca. 1,646 m (5,400 ft) elevation. May 2014
  9. Mexican Jay

    Mexican Jay

    Hi Folks; Another capture from our trip to Madera Kubo B&B, Madera Canyon, AZ last Saturday. One of many boisterous Jays that swarmed in occasionally. Fill flash assist. Spent a couple of days installing Windows 8.1, Lots of work re-installing a lot of programs from Win 7. Though a lot...
  10. Mexican Jay

    Mexican Jay

  11. Mexican Jay, Arizona

    Mexican Jay, Arizona

  12. Mexican Jay Digital Oil Painting

    Mexican Jay Digital Oil Painting

    Digital painted using new CS6, Oil Paint filter with setting from top down, 6, 3, 8.5, 5.25, 90, 2. The lightly sharpened in CS6 Smart Sharpen
  13. Mexican Jay

    Mexican Jay

    Photographed this Perky Mexican Jay at Madera Kubo B&B, Madera Canyon, AZ yesterday
  14. Mexican Jay

    Mexican Jay

    probably my first wild bird photo
  15. Mexican Jay, Arizona

    Mexican Jay, Arizona

  16. Mexican Jay, Texas

    Mexican Jay, Texas

  17. Mexican Jay

    Mexican Jay

  18. Mexican Jay, Arizona

    Mexican Jay, Arizona

  19. Mexican Jay, Texas

    Mexican Jay, Texas

  20. Mexican Jays

    Mexican Jays

    Arizona, April 2010 Image is a bit soft, but like the behavior
  21. Mexican Jay

    Mexican Jay

    Hi Folks Found this chatty Mexican Jay in Madera Canyon, AZ. Best Regards Uncle Gus
  22. Mexican Jay

    Mexican Jay

  23. Surveying the lay of the land

    Surveying the lay of the land

    As usual the Mexican Jays were some of the more noticeable and vocal birds visiting Ash Canyon B&B while I was there today.
  24. What a Pretty Boy

    What a Pretty Boy

    There is something about the subtle blues and grays of a Mexican Jay that always makes me want to take a shot. These Jays are closely related to our Scrub-Jays. Mexican Jays are large and very social. They like to travel in noisy groups throughout Oak woods. I don't think I've ever seen a lone...
  25. Mexican Jay

    Mexican Jay

    This is one of the 'southern jays'. While it shares many charactistics with the Western Scrub Jay and Pinyon Jay, it is easily distinguished by the completely gray underside. To see this in the U.S., one must travel either to extreme SE Arizona or the Big Bend National Park in Texas.
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