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Tufted Jay (Cyanocorax dickeyi) Perhaps none is more highly sought that the Tufted Jay with its outrageous frontal crest. It's endemic to cloud-forested barrancas in northwestern Mexico, moving in loose bands that are sometimes hard to find, but curious & approachable when located. It was only discovered in 1934; many longtime Mexican observers still use the old name "Dickey Jay" which has a certain panache.

Tufted Jay (Cyanocorax dickeyi) Perhaps none is more highly sought that the Tufted Jay with its outrageous frontal crest. It's endemic to cloud-forested barrancas in northwestern Mexico, moving in loose bands that are sometimes hard to find, but curious & approachable when located. It was only discovered in 1934; many longtime Mexican observers still use the old name "Dickey Jay" which has a certain panache.

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