Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Cardinals, November 29-30, 2016

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Male Cardinal, Prentiss county, Mississippi, USA, October 25, 2016
Sunflower seeds will attract Cardinals to your bird feeders. There was a top on this bird feeder until a raccoon tore it off!

Male Cardinal, Prentiss County Mississippi, USA, October 25, 2016
Northern Cardinals, Cardinalis cardinalis, are seen all across the eastern half of the United States. Males are bright red; females are brownish with red highlights on crest, wings, and tail. Their primary sources of food are seeds and insects.

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  1. You do the same. Those sneaky raccoons. You gotta love the other visitors that come to the feeders:)

  2. Lovely cardinals. They say they represent visits from a loved one who has crossed over. I like to believe that.
    diane @ thoughts&shots

  3. I like that first photo. He has the feeder all to himself.

  4. Lovely shots of the male Cardinal The Racoon was a rascal!:))

  5. That raccoon made things easier for the cardinal. He should be grateful. Cool pictures!

  6. I love cardinals but we don;t see them here in my area of Colorado. The squirrels eat all the birdseed I put out...lol


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