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Scampering colourful Jays, with bright blue bars on their wings, are a rarely seen woodland bird. Each autumn, Jays gather up and bury thousands of acorns, sowing the seeds of new Oak trees everywhere. In Ireland, we even have an indigenous sub species. This week, Nature File takes a long term view on Jays and Irish woodlands.