Redbirds are known for their vibrant red plumage, but did you know that only male Cardinals boast 

this fiery coloration? Females are often a more subdued brown to help them blend in while nesting. 

Redbirds are known for their beautiful songs, and they sing all year round. 

Their melodious tunes often symbolize the presence of a loved one who has passed away, according to folklore. 

Cardinals molt in late summer, shedding old feathers to make way for new ones. 

During this time, they may become less vocal and hide in the foliage to protect their vulnerable plumage. 

Redbirds are fiercely territorial and will defend their nesting area from intruders,  

Their strong beaks allow them to crack open tough seeds, making them excellent seed dispersers and essential 

Female Cardinals are masters of concealment when it comes to nesting. They often build their nests in dense shrubs or thickets,  

While they are associated with North America, Redbirds are known to migrate in search of food during the winter