The Eurasian Jay is vitally important in the regeneration of oak forests through acorn dispersal, studies have shown a single Jay can bury up to 5000 acorns in a season! Oak trees are a keystone species, providing homes and food for many species of animals, plants, fungi, and lichen. About 80% of all insects on the IUCN Red List need oak trees as part of their life cycle. So not just a pretty crow:)

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