Kia hora te manno
Kia whakapapa paumamu te moana
Kia tere te Karohirohi

May the calm be widespread
May the sea glisten like the greenstone
And may the glimmer of summer dance across your pathways

Tuesday, June 22, 2010


This Blue jay proves how determined some creatures are in the animal world to survive.

If you click on the picture you will notice that the top half of the jay's beak is missing and probably wonder how it manages to eat.

This one has overcome his/her disability by scooping up the food with the lower part of it's beak. I sprinkle seed out on the beam especially for this bird and chase away the other birds until the jay has eaten it's fill.
I managed to video the bird so you can see how the jay feeds.


Annie's Granny said...

It's interesting to see how he's learned to scoop his food, rather than peck at it. What a beautiful little trooper!

Anonymous said...

He's a survivor.

Millisecondmolly said...

KeeWee!! That is so cute! My mom and I watched the video, and we were both "ooooh!"ing and "AWWW!"ing at it. Blue Jays are my mom's favorite birds! Thank you for sharing that! It's so interesting to see how nature makes due with what its got!
Hi Kee Wee, Susie here, Love this posting.

Anonymous said...

I LOVE the blue jays! Thank you Kee Wee

Anonymous said...

Love that Millisecondmolly too!