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    • Garrulus glandarius
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    • Eurasian Jay

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Recent observations

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What

Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

Observer

th0th

Date

October 13, 2014

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No photos or sounds

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Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

Observer

chamaeleo

Date

October 20, 2014 01:01 PM CEST

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Square

What

Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

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speedy

Date

October 12, 2014

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Square

What

Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

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speedy

Date

September 26, 2014

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Square

What

Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

Observer

martingrimm

Date

September 21, 2014 01:36 PM CEST

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No photos or sounds

Observer

finrod

Date

August 31, 2014

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No photos or sounds

Observer

finrod

Date

August 31, 2014

Description

2 seen while driving along the road

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What

Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

Observer

martingrimm

Date

September 19, 2014 12:07 PM CEST

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Square

What

Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

Observer

speedy

Date

September 7, 2014

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No photos or sounds

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finrod

Date

August 31, 2014

Description

common in these woods

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Square

What

Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

Observer

greglasley

Date

August 27, 2014

Photos / Sounds

No photos or sounds

What

Eurasian Jay (Garrulus glandarius) Garrulus glandarius

Observer

mattiamenchetti

Date

August 19, 2014 11:07 AM CEST
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Description from Wikipedia

The Eurasian Jay (Garrulus glandarius) is a species of bird occurring over a vast region from Western Europe and north-west Africa to the Indian Subcontinent and further to the eastern seaboard of Asia and down into south-east Asia. Across its vast range, several very distinct racial forms have evolved to look very different from each other, especially when forms at the extremes of its range are compared.

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Conservation Summary

    Source: BirdLife International (2011) IUCN Red List for birds. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 31/07/2011.