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animalia.bio/northern-cardinal

Northern cardinals are common throughout central and eastern North America, and south from Florida and Mexico down to Belize and Guatemala. This species  ...

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/birds/facts/cardinal

The northern cardinal is so well loved that it has been named the official bird of no fewer than seven U.S. states. Bright red cardinals are easily identified by even  ...

nhpbs.org/natureworks/cardinal.htm

Habitat. Cardinal Cardinals tend to live at the edge of woodlands and in the vegetation near houses and gardens. The male cardinal will ...

celebrateurbanbirds.org/learn/birds/focal-species/northern-cardinal

Habitat. Look for Northern Cardinals in dense shrubby areas such as forest edges, overgrown fields, hedgerows, backyards, marshy thickets, mesquite, ...

cosleyzoo.org/northern-cardinal

Nov 20, 2019 ... The cardinal's summer diet contains a large amount of insects, while its winter diet can be up to 90% seeds. Cardinals often find food throughout ...

www.chesapeakebay.net/S=0/fieldguide/critter/northern_cardinal

Habitat. Parks, gardens, thickets, backyards and open, wooded areas. Range. Throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Most cardinals live within a mile of ...

www.worldbirds.org/cardinal-bird-facts

Jan 11, 2021 ... How long do cardinals live? Northern cardinals can live for at least 3 years in the wild on average. However, some are able to have lifespans of ...

www.dept.psu.edu/nkbiology/naturetrail/speciespages/cardinal.htm

Jun 16, 2018 ... They are very abundant in the edges of woods and thickets, in open fields, in suburban yards and gardens, and in a wide variety of urban green ...

birdwatchinghq.com/interesting-facts-about-cardinals

Northern Cardinals are classified as granivorous animals because they live on a diet consisting of mostly seeds. Their short, stout, cone-shaped beaks are ...

www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/northern-cardinal

Mostly seeds, insects, berries. Diet is quite varied. Feeds on many insects, including beetles, true bugs, grasshoppers, caterpillars, ants, flies, and many others, ...