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Blue Jays picture by Sharon Whitehurst one of best

Maury Lewis loves Blue Jays. Wants to know how to minimize Starling visits

Maury Lewis writes:
This is one of the best pictures I have seen of the Blue Jay. Look at the color. I really like the Blue Jay and a lot of my feed is for them.

The jays at my house love the peanuts that are in the Garden Club bird feed that is being sold at Day and Day feed.

If somone can tell me how to get rid of the European Starling, let me know. They will eat half of one of the Garden Club suet balls in one sittting.Maury Lewis
Comments re photo 38901: Birds of Kentucky Blue Jays photo by Sharon Whitehurst

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