(via 500px / Green Jay by Stephen Pollard)
(via 500px / Green Jay Perched by Ken Hadfield ARPS)
Green Jay. Photo by Alfredo
Green Jays. Photo by Kenny Salazar
Inca (Green) Jay
The Green Jay (Cyanocorax yncas) is a bird species of the New World jays, which exhibits distinct regional variations within its large but discontinuous range. This stretches from southern Texas south into Mexico and Central America, with a break before the species reappears in a broad sweep across the highlands (primarily the Andes) of South America in Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, andBolivia. It has been suggested that the North American taxa should be considered separate species, Cyanocorax luxuosus. If following this taxonomy, the northern species retains the common name Green Jay, while the South American population, which retains the scientific name C. yncas, is renamed the Inca Jay
(photo by Priscilla Burcher)
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green jay, aka inca jay
Green Jay(photo by Jerick Howli) 
green jay
(photo by planet of birds)
green jay (aka inca jay)
(photo by halex)