I happened to look out my kitchen window yesterday, and saw this beautiful cardinal sitting there posing for me!
By Toni N.
What a lucky lady you are, great photo!
The photos of the cardinal you took are beautiful. My Mom loved cardinals and had a love for all birds and flowers.
This photo brought back beautiful memories of my Mom cause I had placed a few bird feeders near her window (she was bedridden) and we would always look out her windows to see the birds. We saw so many birds during the times we shared together. I'd also go outside n take photos of either birds or all her beautiful flowers when in bloom. TY for posting that photo. One of Gods beautiful creatures!
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This bird was right outside my window, just sitting there. So I grabbed my camera and started snapping photos. I got about five or six shots before he flew away!
By Terri from PA
I captured this photo with my cell phone looking through our French doors outside one morning as this cardinal was just coming off one of our log feeders and was in flight with its wings wide open. I was truly amazed that I captured the shot with my cell phone. It landed on the rocks below, shortly after I shot this picture, and then went back to the log feeder for more food before flying away.
We have three log feeders in our front yard that we keep filled year around so that the birds will hopefully not snack on our fruit trees in the backyard. So far so good. :)
By lovingnature from TN
I took this photo from the window where I sit with my laptop every morning. This cardinal entertained me by sitting at the feeder for about 10 minutes! He just sat there looking in at me for so long, I just had to share.
Awesome! I love Cardinals. I have a bird feeder outside my kitchen window and a shelf where my cats can sit and watch the birds too. They keep us all entertained. (02/16/2011)
This red bird does not seem to know that spring and summer are gone because it still enjoys the same branches it did when they were pretty and green. It was such a delight to look out my window, and see this breath of beauty in the cold dreary months of winter.
By Lula F.
Editor's Note: The bird in the photo is a cardinal
This photo is a bit blurry, it was far up in a tree and I was worried about it flying away, but it still amazes me!
What great contrast between the cardinal and the sky. Great job! (01/06/2011)
Cardinal having a snack at the bird feeder.
What a beautiful picture! we don't have cardinals here in the Pacific NW; I enjoy seeing the beauty of them! Thanks for sharing! (09/27/2010)
I followed, and finally saw the elusive cardinal in our backyard! He was very hard to get any pictures of, he was feeding his young who were in the maple tree. A nice family to join us!
A couple of cardinals at our home.
Bobby, these are not cardinals :-) They look like the common house finch to me. Nice photo of the pair enjoying the afternoon together! (05/28/2010)
A very pretty picture of the birds! I have cardinals in my backyard, but they don't look like yours. I live in PA so maybe they look different in your state. Good photo. (05/28/2010)
They are a rose finch or some such name. (05/28/2010)
I think these are finches too but not to worry! I had a brain fluff just a few weeks ago and submitted a Blue Heron calling it a Pelican even though I knew it was a Blue Heron ;-)
Love your photo! Thumbs up! :-) (05/28/2010)
These appear to be house wrens. Cardinals have pointy top head and very red beaks. (05/29/2010)
The male cardinal is red all over. The female is less red all over.
These are house finches. (05/30/2010)
This was taken in our yard. The wind blew down the feeder and my favorite cardinal and his mate had fun eating out of the bird feeder on the ground.
This is my Red Cardinal that stays in our old shed out back. He comes back every year in the winter.