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|Family||Crows, Jays and Magpies - Kragefugle - Cuervos y Charas (Corvidae)|
|Species||Woodhouse's Scrub-Jay (Aphelocoma woodhouseii)|
|Subspecies||cyanotis (mostly by location)|
|Locality||Jardín Botánico de UNAM, Ciudad de México (Cdmx), Mexico|
A rather dark bird which makes it belong to the northern group Woodhouse rather than the Sumischrast group from the south which shows paler birds.
As seen here the Mexican birds in this part of the country show a weak white eyebrow which from a distance can be confusingly difficult to see. Especially if the breast contrast is not see, it then could be taken for a Transvolcanic Jay.
One bird only, and disappeared almost as soon as it arrived.