The Northern Cardinal with its
vivid red plumage, is a delightful year-round resident in mid-Michigan and
prefers tangled shrubby bushes and evergreens in yards with feeders. They form
faithful pair bonds, and will visit feeders together commonly in the early morning and evening. During the breeding season, male Cardinals may sing 200 or
more songs per hour in the early morning hours and mated pairs will often sing
Joshua Chrisman (Creator and Admin of Michigan's Wildlife on www.facebook.com/MichigansWildlife)
sent us lots of of lovely pictures that he took last year. Most of the
pictures are taken around the Greenville, Grand Rapids, Stanton, and
Saginaw areas. Some also taken in the Upper Peninsula as well.
Thank you for sharing your photos! If anyone else would like to share a photograph of nature send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll put it on the Friday Photo posts.