Field Fayre Wild Bird Foods,a natural and healthy diet, prepared in the heart of the country by british farmers
Jay - Garrulus glandarius
Regarded by some as an unwelcome garden visitor since it will take eggs and nestlings in spring, the jay is a shy, but colourful visitor. The Jay may become quite tame with appropriate encouragement being especially fond of peanuts and large seeds, as found in the FieldFayre Table Mix. Quite unmistakable with a length of 14 inches, the Jay lays three to six olive green eggs, April to June, producing a single brood which incubates in sixteen days, fledging in a further twenty.