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Thread: Cardinals in the snow

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    Ah-h-h-h-h! The College of Cardinals! So beautiful!

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    Nice view from your windows! Great shot!

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    Very pretty birds

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    Thank you for sharing these photos.

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    Looks like they are very interested in your feeders. Thanks for caring for them as they are beautiful.

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    What great pictures! Thanks for posting!

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    Beautiful birds!!

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    I don't think I have ever seen that many together in one place. The most I ever get are a family but only two at a time. I love, love cardinals.

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    Something about bird watching is so relaxing... even if they are in a blizzard trying to eat and stay warm. Thanks for sharing.

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    When we lived in Texas we had a family of Cardinals that lived in our yard several years. We watched their families hatch and grow and learn to fly. Now we are in Idaho and sure do miss our redbirds!

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    What fun to have so many cardinals visit! They are very grateful to you for feeding them. Finding food must be difficult for them in the weather you are having. Thanks for sharing.

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    I love your cardinals1 I get some but never have seen so many together ar one time. lucky You!

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    Our birds have found the dog food on the porch and are really eating it up many species of birds .they are so beautiful.

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    OOOH, that's so cool! Wish we had cardinals here.......but we get nasty blue jays that eat all the food that's out for the wrens.....

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    I love magical momments. Glad you shared.

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    how pretty just like looking out my window

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    Thanks so much for sharing...I miss the birds at my birdfeeders in the Boston area. Now we are in AZ and don't get to see all my old favorites, so I have new favorites...hummingbirds and Gambel's quail. I don't use feeders anymore because we have had javelinas, bobcats, mountain lions, ringtails, etc. and I don't want to tempt them to come into my yard. (BTW, we are not out in the "wilds" we are in Scottsdale!)

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    Thank you for sharing that. I haven't seen Cardinals since leaving Chicago. If I had your view, I would be sitting by the window all day. ;)

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    How wonderful to have captured such a great picture.. lovely birds they are!

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    Beautiful

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    what do you feed your cardinals. Last year we had at least five that came to the feeder this year only two

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    I love the cardinals. Thanks for sharing. Do you have a special feed to attract so many?

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    That's a beautiful picture of the cardinals. You are very lucky to have that many at one time. The cardinals that come to our feeders are very selfish!! Even tho we've got three feeders, we only get to see one at a time eating. Which ever one is eating at the time chases all the others away. You're so fortunate to have that many at a time.

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    You are so lucky to have so many cardinals at one time. We can only get one pair. We feed ours black sunflower seeds and safflower seeds, that way the sparrows leave the food alone because they don't like those seeds.

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    Oh My, So many. How beautiful!

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