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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 ...

www.canadiangeographic.ca/article/animal-facts-northern-cardinal

Jun 5, 2006 ... Habitats/Behaviours ... Northern cardinals live in forests or in thick bushes surrounding residential areas — both are prime places for these ...

birdwatchinghq.com/interesting-facts-about-cardinals

The Northern Cardinal's name dates back to the time of the United States founding colonists, stemming from the similarity of the males' vibrant red plumage to ...

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

Even the brown females sport a sharp crest and warm red accents. ... Habitat. Look for Northern Cardinals in dense shrubby areas such as forest edges, ...

www.perkypet.com/articles/how-to-attract-cardinals

cardinal habitat map Northern Cardinals are non-migratory birds, meaning that once you draw them to your yard they are likely to stay there year-round.

www.biokids.umich.edu/critters/Cardinalis_cardinalis

Males are bright red all over except for a large, black mask on their face. ... Northern cardinals live in several habitats including the edges of woods, ...

birdfeederhub.com/facts-about-cardinals

Cardinals are one of the most recognizable birds due to their beautiful red feathers. Take a look at 21 interesting facts about Cardinals in this article.

tpwd.texas.gov/huntwild/wild/species/northerncardinal

Male northern cardinals are bright red medium sized birds with head crests, black bibs and masks and cone-shaped reddish bills. Females are light brown with ...

www.atozkidsstuff.com/cardinals.html

Northern Cardinal. Save. Things to Know. Cardinals are American songbirds found in North and South America. They are known for the male's bright red ...

www.beautyofbirds.com/northerncardinals.html

Cardinals are found in semi-open habitats with nearby shrub or edges for nesting; including living at the edge of woodlands, ...

animals.mom.com/red-cardinal-bird-habitat-5017.html

Not shy about living near humans, they sometimes choose more populated areas, including forest edges, woodlands, fields, parks and backyards. Food attracts ...