Cardinal bird sitting on an antenna, singing out loud.
It sounds like the Cardinal in this video tells the other birds in the Bird Feeder to Get Out. He isnt very social for sure.
Every day for the last few weeks, a cardinal (red bird) had sat on the branches outside our living room window. For hours it taps on the window, flies away for a moment, then comes back and taps again. Is this some kind of omen? Thanks in advance!
The mama bird makes it safely back to the nest while Papa bird watches for predators from the wires above. A family of Cardinals. Shot, edited and colour corrected by Mark Jaster.
sings from tree tops
"look at me LOOK! see here"
Cardinal lovely bird so strong
silenced the song of Cardinal
boys practicing shooting
ling on ground
I know I need to rework the second part a bit. Is the syllable count correct?
Ooops, my goof. Lying not ling. sorry
After hearing a noise, I watched the female cardinal or red bird flying into the window over and over again before finally grabbing the camera to catch the last couple minutes. I have seen birds fly into the windows, but never one so persistently. She is still around but hasn’t repeated this behavior.
Red-winged Blackbird, Cardinal, Red Bird, Blue Jay, Doves, bird calls. At copper feeder.
I live in Indiana and I’ve noticed some weird things about the birds. First of all I haven’t seen a Blue Jay in three years, Two days ago I saw a very beautiful sparrow type bird. It was white with brown wings.Today I saw what at first glance appeared to be a male (bright Red) Cardinal. As it came closer I realized it didn’t have any of the features of a cardinal at all! If I didn’t know better I’d swear it was a RED ROBIN!What really puzzles me is that instead of avoiding or chasing away the smaller birds they all seem to be gathering on my front lawn! It was a very beautiful but quite odd sight! I’m talking sparrows,pigeons, starlings,robins and the big red bird! Does anyone know what’s going on?
I just wanted to add one more detail about the big red mystery bird. He perched outside my porch today and his "song" was a clicking sound!
Here in north Arkansas there is a very rare red bird, not to be confused with a cardinal, the female is a golden yellow and they are found mostly in heavy timbered areas, they build a swinging nest on low limbs usualy on oak trees.Any info about these birds apreciated