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Sept 7, 2015. lodi,California Just observed a battle(?) between a bunch of hummingbirds and a common bluejay. I saw six hummingbirds at once and I think there were as many more. Hard to tell because they were in a live oak and the leaves are about the size and mottled brown color of the birds. Jay screeching its alarm call but the hummingbirds silent. I don’t know why the jay woud not flee. I could not see any nests and it is late in he season for nesting. Often see hummingbirds here of several varieties but they are usually alone and agressive toward each other. Very curious behavior.