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The Nomadic Jay is a part of the crow family and can be found at forest edges in South America. It’s main diet consists of fruits, eggs, and insects. The Nomadic Jay has a dark head and violet-blue body. The Nomadic Jay’s forests in the future may be affected by the torrential rain that climate change is causing and cause the Nomadic Jay to have to adapt to living with and near water. The Nomadic Jay would make adaptations to combat these conditions and may develop a pouch on its belly to use as a nest on the go for its chicks and storage for sticks and berries. The bird would learn to use its old nest’s sticks to build a new nest. The bird would also adapt to be smaller therefore allowing it to fit in more places and be more agile.