Blue Jay, Blue Jaybird, Blue Jaywalker
Blue feathers; a depressed, sad demeanor; a marked tendency to use foul fowl
language (see song).
Bleeping bleepity bleep bleep
Most bluebirds aren't really blue. Just take our word for this.
There are so many Bluebirds in the world, of such a dizzying variety of
shapes and sizes, that it is thought that Noah may have mistakenly taken
seven times seventy Bluebirds and its mate aboard the ark instead of
the seven that was commanded.
Bluebirds are excellent mimics. A Cornell University ornithologist
documented the case of a Bluebird that did spot-on impersonations of
Howard Cosell, Richard Nixon, and Groucho Marx. The bird's Marx
impersonation was flawed, however, as it often confused Groucho with
Karl Marx, making nonsensical references to economic theory and
the "disenfranchisement of the proletariat."