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"A yard is not a yard without birds. Watching birds from inside our picture window in the winter is one of my husbands favorite things. His love for birds learned from his mom. The teacher in him also loves when he can identify a new bird!


"Winter Cardinals on Goldenrod" by Larry Zach ~~ Cardinals are active songbirds and sing a variety of different melodies. Unlike many songbirds, both male and female cardinals sing, and the female often vocalizes with song from her nest.

albino skunk, almost as rare a solid black skunk, which lives on my farm...

He's all-white: Tiny rare albino skunk becomes unlikely star of the show at zoo The tiny creature born three weeks ago at Five Sisters Zoo in West Lothian Animal would have died in wild as skunks rely on distinctive colouring By AMANDA WILLIAMS




Male northern cardinal bird in winter snow storm on branch of red berries - Angry bird!

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When I see a cardinal. a Female Cardinal especially I think of my Mom

Cardinal | Another Cardinal from my collection photographed … | Flickr

Another Cardinal from my collection photographed at Fish Island near Lake Barkley Lodge in Kentucky. Each time I visit this place there are at least six to eight sets of these birds.

Red feathers

Red feathers


The Gouldian finch (Erythrura gouldiae), also known as the Lady Gouldian finch, Gould's finch or the rainbow finch, is a colourful passerine bird endemic to Australia.

The red-crested cardinal (Paroaria coronata) is a songbird with a prominent red head and crest. This species belongs in the family of the tanagers (Thraupidae). Notwithstanding its similar name, this bird is not closely related to the true cardinal family (Cardinalidae).It is found in northern Argentina, Bolivia, southern Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry shrubland and heavily degraded former forest.

Red-crested Cardinal, Paroaria coronata (my darling little Kauai bird)