Wild Republic: Northern Cardinal

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5"      IMS#: 92545


Plush Northern Cardinal Audubon Bird with real bird call from Backyard Birds Series 1

Northern Cardinal (Cardinalis Cardinals) Cardinals are found year-round east of the Rockies. Both males and females sing and have a variety of song types. Males are bright red, with crested heads. Cardinals eat insects and seeds and can be attracted to backyard feeders with sunflower seeds or peanut butter/seed mixtures. Cardinals are known for their loud clear songs.

State Bird: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia


  • Audubon bird with real bird call
  • Recorded 3/17/91 in New York, U.S.A. – male song to defend territory and attract a mate
  • Hatched on February 12, 2000
  • For ages 3 years old and up


Size:5 inches
Material:Polyester fibers
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