IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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The Turquoise Jay (Cyanolyca turcosa) is a species of bird in the Corvidae family. The Turquoise Jay is a vibrant blue jay with a black face mask and collar. It is found exclusively in South America throughout southern Colombia, Ecuador, and northern Peru. The Turquoise Jay prefers a humid habitat of montane evergreen forests and elfin forests with both primary and secondary growth. This bird is omnivorous and is known to eat insects, berries, eggs, and young birds of other species. Turquoise Jays are nonmigratory and tend to travel in mixed flocks. Read more...

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