At first, we thought it was the same type of bird that we had seen before, but she later found out it was a cardinal nest this time.
I went to the Wildlife Departments web page to find out more about Cardinals, and I found some very interesting things.
One of the most interesting thing I found out was that they are Nonmigratory (which I knew) and territorial (which I didn't). They also may spend its entire life within a half-mile of its birthplace.
So for these 4 eggs may very well spend the rest of their lives around my house. That's sorta neat to think about.
Well for me anyway.
Oh, and the other day, I was outside on the swing just relaxing, and I heard this really short chirp. I didn't recognize it, so I was searching for the bird. I finally found it. It was the mommy cardinal. While I was on the web page I also found out that
Their call is normally a very short and sharp chink, but may vary from a what-cheer, cheer, cheer to a sweet, sweet, sweet.(I thought the words to their chirp was funny till I said them out loud and realized just how right they were. hehe)