Inca jay

Green Jays have feathers of yellowish-white with blue tips on the top of the head, cheeks and nape, though some taxa have more blue than others, and the crown can appear almost entirely white in some South American subspecies. A black bib forms a thick band up to the sides of the head as well as a stripe through the eye line and one above it. The breast and underparts typically are bright to dull yellow, or strongly green-tinged in the far northermost part of its range. The upperparts are rich green. It has large nasal bristles that form a distinct tuft in some subspecies, but are less developed in others. The color of the iris ranges from dark brownish to bright yellow depending on the subspecies.

Picture of the Inca jay has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution.
Original source: Dilankf
Author: Dilankf

The Inca jay is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Inca Jay at Cerro El Ávila, Venezuela References - 1. ^ BirdLife International (2004). Cyanocorax yncas. 2006. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN 2006. Retrieved on 12 May 2006. Database entry includes justification for why this species is of least concern 2. ^ Ridgely, R. S.; & Greenfield, P. J. (2001). More

Right now, 6854 Inca Jay St is not for sale, but there are a lot of properties available for sale in North Las Vegas, NV. Go through the list of similar North Las Vegas homes for sale from®, the online ambassador for real estate. More

Just so y'all know - the Inca Jay is a race of the bird we know in this country as the Green Jay, which are the common jays of the lower Rio Grande Valley. You don't have to go all the way to Ecuador to see them; a trip to south Texas any time of the year should let you see more of these than you can shake a stick at. happy. More

This Inca jay, Cyanocorax yncas, is considered to be the same species as the green jay that can be found in Central America and southern Texas. I am told that they are being split into separate species, but for now, the Inca jay is not a life bird for me. Exposure mode: aperture priority (semi-auto) Exposure time: 0.0010 s (1/1000) Aperture: f/5.6 Focal length: 400. More

Inca Jay, ECUADOR, Las Palmas 22 March 2006 © Colin Bushell - TOUCAN BIRDING TOURS Toucan Birding Tours Inca Jay - Inca jay, Ecuador, San isidro lodge september 2008 © Vincent Mouret & Celine Garrigue Inca jay - Inca Jay, Ecuador, San Isidro 22 December 2009 © Sam Woods/Tropical Birding Lost in Birding Inca Jay - Inca More

Inca Jay at Cerro El Ávila, Venezuela The Green Jay is a large songbird that is 29 cm (11 in) long and weighs 66-110 g (2.33-3.88 ounces), with a wingspan of 38 cm (15 in). Both sexes are alike in physical description. Green Jays have yellowish-white feathers with blue tips on the top of the head, the cheeks and the nape. Some taxa have more blue than others, and the crown can appear almost completely white in some South American subspecies. More

6850 Inca Jay St on Yahoo! Real Estate - The property for sale at 6850 Inca Jay St, North Las Vegas, NV in has a list price of $120,000. This property has 3 bedrooms and 2.50 bathrooms with an approximate square footage of 1,632. This property is listed by Prudential Americana Group Realtors with and is being sent to Yahoo! Real Estate by. 6850 Inca Jay St has been listed on Yahoo! Real Estate for 27 days. More

Inca Jay at Cerro El More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Corvidae
Genus : Cyanocorax
Species : yncas
Authority : (Boddaert, 1783)