The Gray Jay (Perisoreus canadensis), also Grey Jay, Canada Jay or Whiskey Jack, is a member of the crow and jay family (Corvidae) found in the boreal forests across North America north to the tree-line and in subalpine forests of the Rocky Mountains south to New Mexico and Arizona. It is one of three members of the genus Perisoreus, the others being the Siberian Jay, P. infaustus, found from Norway to eastern Russia and the Sichuan Jay, P. internigrans, restricted to the mountains of eastern Tibet and northwestern Sichuan. All three species store food and live year-round on permanent territories in coniferous forests.
Maybe they are Scrub jays? ( known as being very smart birds with interesting social structure)
The other pink ones are likely house finches ( sometimes yellow instead of pink on males ), there is also possibility of purple finch,, they do look extremely similar.
Brewers blackbird is certainly a possibility, though they tend be north of you, central florida and north.
there are several birds that look very similar though. I Cant guess by description alone. Look at the beak and irridescence color carefully .
Contrary to what my own considerations were , birds can be very localized in their habits , going to within yards of last years haunts (even though one figures they fly all over the place , which they may , just not very randomly )
Edited by Stosh, 23 April 2013 - 05:44 AM.