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www.soundboard.com/sb/cardinal_bird_sounds

Cardinals are active songbirds and sing a variety of different melodies. Both sexes sing clear, slurred ... Northern Cardinal Call 1. Northern Cardinal Call 2.

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Nov 23, 2019 - The Northern Cardinal is a common bird and has a very beautiful call. The red bird, as some call it, is very recognizable.

www.xeno-canto.org/species/Cardinalis-cardinalis

Northern Cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis), 0:09, Jim Berry, 2021-04-17, 06:30, United States, Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New York, 460, adult, call, dawn  ...

homepages.uc.edu/~pelikas/NOCA/CardinalSongs.html

I spent a zillion hours writing my own sound editing and sonogram programs. ... and are distinguished from other sounds, that people refer to as “notes”, “calls”, ...

www.amazon.com/eBook-Apps-Cardinal-Bird-Sounds/dp/B00D4UPNTG

In spring and summer, cardinals sing a unique song comprised of a two-part repeating whistle or tweet. Cardinals also have as many as 16 different calls used to ...

www.saintpaulaudubon.org/2011/04/call-of-the-wild

Cardinals have 10 or more distinct calls, with the most familiar being a loud, metallic “chip.” Cardinals get a lot of use out of that sound: late in the day it may ...

wildbirdsonline.com/blogs/news/northern-cardinal

Oct 12, 2016 ... Calls are much simpler. Most commonly heard is the short, clean, metallic chip call, loudly or softly uttered as a single note or in rapid volleys. It ...

backyardpond.org/cardinal-bird-calling-sound

Oct 1, 2020 ... Cardinal bird calling sound is very distinctive from other birds. You will hear a chip, chip, chip, cheer pattern of sounds coming from them.

www.fernbank.edu/Birding/mnemonics.htm

Learning to identify birds by their songs and call notes is perhaps one of the most important ... "what-cheer', what-cheer', what-cheer'" - Northern Cardinal

www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Northern_Cardinal/sounds

Cardinals make this call when warning off intruders to their territory, when predators are near, as females approach their nests, and by both sexes as they carry ...