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  • Scientific Names
    • Garrulus glandarius
  • German
    • Eichelhäher
  • English
    • Eurasian Jay
  • Portuguese
    • Gaio

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Recent observations

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arodris

Date

March 1, 2015

Description

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What

Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

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speedy

Date

February 26, 2015

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arodris

Date

February 23, 2015

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What

Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

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lungta

Date

February 21, 2015 01:43 PM CET

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What

Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

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finrod

Date

December 3, 2014

Description

common in the botanical garden

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What

Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

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lungta

Date

February 12, 2015 03:05 PM CET

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Eurasian Jay (Garrulus glandarius) Garrulus glandarius

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qgroom

Date

February 11, 2015 12:41 PM CET

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Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

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lungta

Date

February 10, 2015 02:31 PM CET

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Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

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lungta

Date

February 8, 2015 11:50 AM CET

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What

Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

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lungta

Date

February 7, 2015 11:57 AM CET

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What

Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius

Observer

lungta

Date

February 7, 2015 12:38 PM CET

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No photos or sounds

Observer

finrod

Date

December 2, 2014

Description

common in & around Efrat

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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.