Posts Tagged ‘Florida scrub-jays’

  • Florida scrub-jays play starring role at Feb. 3 festival

    Jan 29, 18 • 182 Views • Events, FWCComments Off on Florida scrub-jays play starring role at Feb. 3 festival

    FWC photo by Craig Faulhaber Florida scrub-jays play a starring role among the many birds you see in Florida. They are the only bird species that lives exclusively in this state. You won’t find them anywhere else. They are in the spotlight again at the...

  • FWC relocating Florida scrub-jays to increase populations

    Apr 12, 17 • 891 Views • FWCComments Off on FWC relocating Florida scrub-jays to increase populations

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service and Florida Forest Service, is relocating Florida scrub-jays to increase this threatened species’ populations on public lands. The goal is to relocate...

  • Florida scrub-jays will be in the spotlight at Feb. 18 festival

    Feb 6, 17 • 485 Views • FWCComments Off on Florida scrub-jays will be in the spotlight at Feb. 18 festival

    Picture a light gray-brown bird with a bright blue head, wings and tail. That’s how you can recognize the Florida scrub-jay, the only bird that lives nowhere else but in Florida. Come celebrate this songbird at the 8th annual Florida Scrub-Jay Festival on...