On this page are cardinals, tanagers, and house finches.
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A male northern cardinal in North Florida.
A male letting his voice be heard.
Male cardinals have more black feathers than I realized.
This male had rather unique coloring on its back.
A colorful female cardinal in the tree outside my window.
This feathery female liked to frequent the tree outside my second story window.
She was there so often I learned to recognize her cardinal chirps.
A full view of the tail in this image.
This young cardinal is only a few months old.
A summer tanager.
A summer tanager from afar.
A male house finch. Its coloring makes it seem like it is growing out of the tree.
A house finch couple.
The male from the pair above.
The female from the pair above.
All photos © S. M. Garver