Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Some common phrases are described as purdy, purdy, purdy…whoit, whoit, whoit, whoit and what-cheer, what-cheer…wheet, wheet, wheet, wheet.
By March territories have been decided and you will often see mated pairs at the feeders together. They like to eat next to each other and the male cardinal often shares his meal with the female in a mate-feeding behavior.
By April, if all goes as planned, they usually have started to raise their first of two broods.
Northern Cardinal Fun Facts http://bit.ly/twE6NV
How the Northern Cardinal bird was named http://bit.ly/tSKZYs
Cardinal Bird Feeders Made in the USA: http://bit.ly/qXJPFM
How to Attract Cardinals: http://bit.ly/pjh7mO
What can I feed the cardinals to make them redder? http://bit.ly/rAArXw
What are the different types of cardinal birds? http://goo.gl/CUI43