B-45 Steller’s Jay Bird
Steller’s Jay, a large songbird, is closely related to the Blue Jay found in the rest of the continent, except it has a black head and upper body. The Blue Jay is expanding its range westward and when they overlap the two species occasionally interbreed and produce hybrids. They also happen to have the most commonly misspelled name of all birds. They were discovered on an Alaskan island in 1741 and named after the man who found them, Georg Steller.
Dimensions: 10L x 7.5H x 5W