Brown Jay

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Brown Jay

The Brown Jay (Psilorhinus morio) ranges from South Texas to West Panama. This large bird inhabits in open woodland, banana and coffee plantations and forest edge. Matures are 39 cm (15 inches) in height and 235 g in weight.

They have the head, chest, and entire upperparts dark brown. The lower breast is grayish-brown, bill black and dusky legs. This bird has a graduated white-tipped tail. They eat insects, spiders, small lizards and frogs, fruits like Cecropia spike and maize and drinking nectar of banana.

Common Name: Brown Jay
Scientific Name: Psilorhinus morio
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