Aphelocoma californica (western scrub jay)
A flock of Western Scrub-Jays "Mob" something near the marsh one November day. Usually they'll mob an enemy such as an owl or snake, but I never saw what their target was this time. In the same "mob" were Song and White-crowned Sparrows (which can be heard in this sample), Flickers, Gila Woodpeckers and Abert's Towhees.
Douglas Von Gausig (recordist; copyright holder), Naturesongs.com
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