This blue jay is holding on to a black oil sunflower seed with its feet. Using its bill as a hammer to crack the shell open to get to the meat, it is a cream color.
Some of the foods that Blue Jays like; dry roasted unsalted peanuts, sunflower seeds, acorns, berries and suet. In the fall and winter months the jays will find places to hide their food to eat at another time. If they think another bird was watching them hiding their food they will find another place to put it.
Blue jays will fill up their bills with as much food as they can get in it before flying off.
We see Hairy Woodpeckers more often in the winter months when they come in closer to our area for suet and sunflower seeds. The first two photos are female woodpeckers. The other two are male woodpeckers.