The Steller’s Jay (Cyancitta stelleri) The western counterpart to the eastern Blue Jay. These two are our only jay species with crests; both are generalists in diet and adaptable in habitat, living in both forests and tree filled residential areas, foraging on nuts and seeds, insects, eggs, and even small vertebrates. Intelligent birds and talented mimics.
The Philippine tarsier or mawmag is a species of tarsier endemic to the Philippines. It measures only about 8.5-16 cm in height and 80–160 g making it one of the smallest primates. The eyes are fixed in its skull and its round head can rotate 180 degrees. The huge eyes provide this nocturnal animal with excellent night vision; the ear allows to hear any movement. Its diet consists of live insects, small crustaceans, and small vertebrates such as small lizards and birds.
<3Green Magpie Among the traditional magpies, there appear to be two distinct lineages: one consists of Holarctic species with black/white coloration and is probably closely related to crows and Eurasian jays. The other contains several species from South to East Asia with vivid coloration which is predominantly green or blue.