Male Cardinal enjoying the snow at the feeder

Actually there was a female at the other feeder but she did not like the camera.
February 3, 2014 happy Cardinal in the snow

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Business Manager, Grandmother, love living in Gloucester, love to swim, walk and of course take pictures. Our company does computer networking, Office Management, Medical Billing, transcription, networking software updates and virus protection
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4 Responses to Male Cardinal enjoying the snow at the feeder

  1. Kate says:

    They certainly do brighten up a snowy landscape. At the height of the storm Wednesday I counted 15 in my back yard. That was a treat! As recently as 50 years ago it was a rarity to see a cardinal this far north. I remember when I was a kid my mom seeing one for the first time. She made sure all the bird-watching neighbors knew.

  2. Dave Moore says:

    Wow they sure love you and know where a happy home is to stay warm and full. I missed the cardnials when we moved west “not as many but a few very rare find or see non zoo setting”…Generally-Cardinals are non-migratory birds. Most cardinals live within a mile of where they were born from what I read on them and like the woodlands on the edge. :-)

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