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Inca Jay

Cyanocorax yncas

Often mistaken for the similarly-plumaged green jay, this separate species is distinguished by its white crown and yellow eyes. This omnivore forms flocks of up to thirty birds that constantly communicate with each other while foraging.

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CONSERVATION STATUS

Least Concern

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