Blue Jays actually have a quite long mating season that takes place from March to July. Groups of about 10 male Blue Jays will compete for the affection of one female bird. After the mates are chosen, the birds will build a nest together. The female Blue Jay typically lays between 3 and 5 eggs and take 16 to 18 days for incubation. The male Blue Jay can be extremely territorial and even violent when protecting his mate and eggs. They have been known to even fight off hawks more than 4 times their size.
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