A Northern Cardinal Visits the Bird Feeder - Critter 56

Friday, October 27, 2023
One of interesting things of Northern Cardinal for me is its "black face mask." The birds are popular in our areas, often seeing to come around our yards.


Fig 01- A Cardinal looks enjoy on a bird feeder.

Based on identification by GoogleID, this Northern Cardinal has scientific name, Cardinalis cardinalis. The bird is a common bird, and it may be observed all year round in our city, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

In addition to our backyards, this bird could be seen in the variety of habitats such as parks (city parks) and woodlands.

The bird is appraised as one of beautiful birds in the USA, and as a songbird, we love to hear its melodies songs. We hear the songs from our backyard in the morning, and sometimes throughout the day.


Fig 02- Halloween decor, illustration


Fig 03- Flower, blooming in the Fall, illustration


Fig 04- A cardinal visit our birdfeeder.

Is it easy to observe a Cardinal in your areas?

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  1. What's a pretty bird ;)
    Have a nice day!
    Wildfiret

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  4. A beautiful bird that we don't often see.

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    1. I see....

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  5. Cute bird
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    Wishing you a wonderful weekend

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  6. We don't see cardinals in Mumbai but have cute sparrows and sunbirds.

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    1. sparrows and sunbirds are beautiful too....

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  7. Interesting post! Thanks for sharing.
    I invite you to visit my last post. Have a good week-end!

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  8. We love our cardinals! They come to our feeders ever day. Moms, Dads and babies! They say when they are present Angels are watching over you,

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    1. great.... you are lucky.....

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  9. So beautiful. I don't normally see cardinals around here in my country.

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  10. Ti auguro un sereno e felice inizio settimana.

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  11. This is very interesting and the photos are beautiful. Thank you for sharing it.

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  12. The Cardinals are beautiful birds, I have one that keep knocking on my window. Beautiful fall bloom! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a great weekend.

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    1. yes, lovely bird....

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  13. I see Cardinals on most of my hikes and recently I read somewhere that seeing a Cardinal is a blessing.

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  14. I've never seen a Northern Cardinal. They are truly beautiful birds!

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    1. they may be not in tropical climate.....

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