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May 20, 2012 ... A male northern cardinal eating fuscia berries. It has no feathers on his head, something you typically see in August on cardinals, blue jays, and ...

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Aug 24, 2015 ... Male Northern Cardinal undergoing a late summer molting with all the ... and fairly common to see with Blue Jays and Cardinals Bald-Headed ...

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www.lyricbirdfood.com/birding-hub/behavior/baldness-is-not-as-uncommon-as-you-think-in-birds

... common in Blue Jays and Northern Cardinals. What makes it seem uncommon is their baldness is short-lived. When it happens, they are not bald for long.

www.10000birds.com/yes-that-bald-bird-is-a-bald-cardinal-probably.htm

Sep 21, 2011 ... It reminded me of a vulture…was that really a Northern Cardinal? ... I've read 2 different theories about bald cardinals but I think we need some ...

www.natureblog.org/bald-headed-cardinal

Mar 18, 2011 ... Bald-headed Cardinal · Northern cardinal singing from a cypress next to the boardwalk (2/16/11). · A closer look at the cardinal reveals that the&nb...

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Aug 24, 2018 ... Reports of “bald” cardinals and blue jays are coming into some local and national wildlife experts this time of year. A cardinal in Missouri lost all ...

www.audubon.org/news/can-birds-go-bald

Sep 16, 2014 ... Come late summer, you may see bald birds hanging around your feeders ... you catch the crimson and blue flashes of Cardinals and Blue Jays.

www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~insrisg/nature/nw98/baldbirds.html

But no bald songbirds. "We have one coming to our feeder. He's out there now. He looks just like a male cardinal except for the head, which is completely bare.".

feederwatch.org/unusual-bird/bald-northern-cardinal-2

Hi Donna, Bald-headedness is more common Northern Cardinals and Blue Jays than other feeder species. These two species are more likely to molt all of their ...