The magpie-jays are a genus, Calocitta, of the family Corvidae (crow-like birds) native to the southern part of North America. Sometimes placed in the genus Cyanocorax. The two known species are known to form hybrids.
|White-throated magpie-jay, Calocitta formosa|
|Scientific classification |
G.R. Gray, 1841
|Image||Scientific name||Common Name||Distribution|
|Calocitta colliei||Black-throated magpie-jay||Mexico from southern Sonora south to Jalisco and northwestern Colima|
|Calocitta formosa||White-throated magpie-jay||South eastern Mexico and western Guatemala|