As my computer was booting up, from above the screen I could see Blue Jays Flying overhead. I started to count and counted 32 of them. They have very characteristic flights can't be mistaken for anything else. While the Blue Jays were heading south a flock of a dozen of Cedar Waxwings flew directly north. Yesterday also I saw quite a few flocks of Blue Jays heading south.
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