The Ballad Of Songbirds And Snakes’ Jabberjays: What To Know About This Franchise’s Talking Birds


In both the Hunger Games prequel The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes as well as The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire, there is a mutated bird that plays a pivotal role in each plot called a jabberjay. While these creatures may seem like a singular issue in both projects, they’re actually vital to both stories, and the history of the bird and its impact is fascinating. So, let’s connect these dots and do a deep dive into these talking birds and their impact on The Hunger Games

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What Is A Jabberjay? 

In short, a jabberjay is a mutation created by the Capital during the First Rebellion to spy on the rebels. The birds could record conversations without their suspects realizing it. However, once citizens became privy to what the birds were doing, and began sending the Capital false information, they gave up on them.


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