London, September 1 ( ANI ): When Western Scrub Jays encounter a dead bird, they call out to one another and stop foraging, a new study has found.
What does SCJA stand for?
SCJA stands for Western Scrub Jay (bird species Aphelocoma californica )
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- Sub Conditione Jacobi (Latin: Under the Terms of James)
- Sugar Company of Jamaica Limited
- Sullivan County Jail (Blountville, TN)
- Super Cobra Jet (engine)
- Supreme Court Justice
- School of Criminal Justice & Administration
- Senior Conformation Judges Association (est. 1983; American Kennel Club)
- Southern Criminal Justice Association
- Sun Certified Java Associate
- Superior Court Judges' Association (Washington)
- Special Court Judges Association of Pennsylvania (Harrisburg, PA)
- South Carolina Junior Academy of Science
- Sussex Criminal Justice Board (UK)
- Systematic College Johor Bahru
- Society Contest and Judging Committee
- Southern California Jewish Center (Los Angeles, CA)
- Southern Community Justice Centre (Australia)
- Sun Country Jeep Club (Texas)
- Sonoma County Junior College District (California)
- Single Carrier Joint Demodulation
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Researchers at the university found when western scrub jays come upon a dead bird, they call out to one another and stop foraging, the BBC reported Saturday.
Mice were attracted to noisy sites, while western scrub jays avoided them altogether.
Birds don't make waffles, but the results of new research suggest that western scrub jays do a bird version of thinking for their morning meals.
Although Martin lumps all the jays together, the jays you're most likely to see in Los Angeles and Ventura counties are Western scrub jays, the noisy blue birds that love to play in sprinklers and grab bread from your hand.
In contrast, a single western scrub jay may take hundreds to thousands of seeds, only to hide them in the soil to eat later in the year.
Among western scrub jays, certain birds are ranked higher than others.
FOOD BANK A western scrub jay brings considerable mental prowess to the task of hiding treats in an ice cube tray to foil a thief.