Everyone enjoys watching the beautiful Northern Cardinal. Colorful and musical, this lively and popular songbird (it is the state bird of seven states) won’t leave home just because it gets a little cold down South.
The cardinal can be found in almost any season, at about any time of day in any of the five boroughs — though, in my opinion, their first calls of the spring season, generally on February mornings, are hard to top after the relatively bird-call-quiet winter.
Unlike so many of our native songbirds, cardinals do not migrate, nor do they change the color of their plumage according to season. When it snows, they are brilliant red, and when the leaves fill the trees, they are still brilliant red. Though the females are slightly less dazzling, their thick bills, sharply defined crests and other highlights are still bright red. Cardinals are probably best camouflaged in a sunstruck red maple at the height of autumn.
So while it may be too blustery for you to go outside, pour a mug of coffee, sit down by a window, and watch these beautifully colored cardinals light up the winter sky. Each year around Valentine’s Day, as days lengthen and the sun seems stronger, cardinals begin to make their presence known, perching on the tallest fence posts, the largest shrubs, and tree branches where they can scope the terrain.
With the special meaning of cardinal birds, we have crafted popup bird cards with 2 patterns: Single birds and couple birds
The Cardinal can be a symbol of wealth, power, pride and enthusiasm, symbol of hope, love, relationships, loyalty and passion. Sometimes it is a reminder to practice your compassion, reminder to love in the life.
The perfect bird couple cardinal because they often remain in the same territory their entire lives, they are monogamous birds whose relationships with their spouses are harmonious and romantic.
You can use cardinal popup card to give to your loved ones during the New Year and Christmas, Easter Day, Mother’s Day, Valentine’s day…
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