9 Blue Jay Images
Today we have a lovely collection of Blue Jay Images! I think these guys are such gorgeous birds, although that may be partially because I have a fondness for anything Blue in nature. I think anyone would agree that their Blue feathers are really lovely though. I love spotting these guys outside in trees or in the yard. They may not be as popular with other birds, as they are with people as they are not known for being very kind to their feathered neighbors! Anyway below you fill find a nice variety of Bluejay Pictures. Included are full color and black and white options for your creative projects. There is even a pretty feather in the mix.
Natural History Blue Jay Images
Pictured above is a Stunning Natural History Blue Jay Image! Shown is a gorgeous Blue Jay Bird standing on a Branch. I think that the symmetry of its wing patterns is quite impressive. Such a splendid real to life graphic! This one is from a Circa 1806 Natural History Book. Make sure you enlarge him to see all of the incredible detail on this picture!
This is a charming Blue Jay Drawing scanned from an Antique Print. He’s beautifully sketched and has a hit of blue on his feathers!
Featured above is a gorgeous Instant Art Printable of some Blue Jays with their Nest and Eggs! This one comes from an 1882 Natural History Book in my Collection. I love the colors on this one, especially the vibrant blue hues of the birds!
A Picture of a Blue Jay Feather
This is an Amazing Vintage picture of a Blue Jay Feather! Shown above is the loveliest Hand Painted Feather Image. It has blue stripes on it, so I’m fairly certain that it belongs to one of these guys. This one is quite old… Circa 1830’s.
Black and White Blue Jay Clipart
Shown above is a lovely Vintage Blue Jay Image! This Vintage Engraving was scanned from an early Natural History Book in my collection. Depicted is a sweet black and white drawing of a Blue Jay Bird perched on a branch. Such a charming graphic?!
This is a charming Blue Jay Clipart Drawing! The lovely Bird seen here is perched on a Dogwood Branch. This little picture was scanned from a darling Circa 1922 Children’s Bird Book. It is a fairly simple but very nice black and white drawing. I think this one would be fun to color in or to paint with watercolors.