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I am officially a zoology nerd because while others are pinning this because they think it's pretty and unique...I look at it and think wow, that poor bird is never gonna get any lol (the darker the red, the healthier the male the sexier females find him lol)

Is there anything more fascinating than a beautiful red male cardinal in the dead white of winter?

Northern Cardinal exhibiting "leucism" - a white abnormal plumage that makes birds with it hard to identify and easy targets for predators.

Northern Cardinal...wish we had these in Utah, but have seen them in the South, Charleston and Jekyll Island.

Northern White faced Scops > It looks like he has a giant mustache :) >>HE'S AN OOD!!!

Female cardinal... so much more beautiful than their male counterparts.