Northern Cardinal photos, South Burlington, VT
South Burlington photos
Welcome to the SB Vermont Backyard Birding, Issue # 10, Northern Cardinal.
I must have bird fever, I am seeing all red.The Northern Cardinal male in our South Burlington, Vermont backyard, is bright red with black around its bill and even has a reddish bill. He certainly is dressed for Valentines Day. The female has a hint of red but more of a grayish brown, with an orange-reddish bill (to my eye). Welcome to the series, SB Vermont Backyard Birding, Issue #10, Northern Cardinal.
And as for Valentine's Day: Let a little bird tell you what your romantic future holds.
This cracker is HEAVY.
Come to mama.
What? You think I can't do it?
No, I am not related to the cockatiel.
Check out my tail.
And I can do the two-step.
A little blue to give your eyes a break.
That is my brother below - his name is Rouge, mine is Redder.
Now can you tell us apart?
Beam me up Scotty; its cold down here.
Best seat in the house - and free sunflower seeds.
Get a grip.
Dinner is served.
Van Halen isn't the only one who can jump.
Heads I win, Tails you lose.
Who's your lovebird? Our feathered friends are Valentine's Day fortune tellers.
It is a jungle out there.
I am not moving
until the temperature
moves up to at least 60.
Guess what our favorite color is.
To view any of the other 14 bird postings in my SB Backyard birds series, click on the Table of Contents tab on the top of this blog, next, page down to All things Vermont, Birds... then click on the bird posting of your choice.
Click on Northern Cardinal for more info. from Bird Watchers Digest Magazine.
Click on Backyard Wildlife Habitat in Vermont, for information on feeding and attracting backyard birds in Vermont.
Click on Audubon Society for Vermont birding information.
Photos taken with Cannon PS S3 IS
Bernie publishes essays and photos reflecting Vermont values of Green and Clean and Community. He urges us all to pick up litter and maintain a litter free environment through caring, community, and contribution in order to protect our water, wildlife, and human health.
Bernie resides in SB, Vermont.