If I were to describe the Blue Jay, I suppose this description would suffice: In "animal symbolism," the blue jay resonates truth, faithfulness, and solidarity because they are vigilant in their tasks. They also keep the same mate for life, which is symbolic of endurance, patience, and loyalty.
I like the strength of the Blue Jay. I enjoy our other birds, but I enjoy watching the Blue Jays most. They flit. In and out. They say, Here I am. See me? See ya!
God has blessed our backyard with a Blue Jay Choir! I enjoy reading outdoors and listening to their song!
Isn't it interesting that they mate for life? Endurance, patience, and loyalty. They stay focused on their task. I'm thankful that we have our Blue Jay family!!!
Fresh Find: Blue Jay Girl. A cool book! On the rim of a great valley, where the hills turn into mountains, lives Blue Jay Girl, a Yaudanchi child who goes where she wants to go and does what she wants to do. While the other girls are learning to make baskets in the safety of the village, she roams through the woods to climb the tallest trees and explore the deepest caves. She is afraid of nothing. But when she tries to play with the other children in the village, their parents believe she is too dangerous and forbid it. Sad and alone, Blue Jay Girl seeks the help of Opodo Kouteun, the shaman of the tribe, to change her personality to that of the careful quail. Instead, Opodo Kouteun and his wife help her to understand that the brave blue jay has something the careful quail does not: the courage to fly far and wide, the ability to make a difference, and the fortitude to see things through.