I saw a male cardinal with a harem, until I caught one of the babies up close, and then realized two of the “females” were juveniles, and the one is probably a male. 🙂 <3
The cardinal in the nest were at my old home. I never did see the babies, but I didn’t want to disturb them too much either. I didn’t even know they were there until I went to the “barn” and discovered her in the youpon holly tree right next to one of the windows. I didn’t have that great a zoom lens at the time either. If you look really closely at the center of the nest, you can see a baby cardinal with its beak open, waiting for a meal. The other is next to him, but it’s harder to see.
We had lovely rains yesterday evening, and my SIL fixed my computer!!! Which meant I didn’t write as much as I wanted to. But I’m over halfway done. And I walked the baby for over 3.5 miles, and so that was good too! Both my daughter and son-in-law have been sick, so they didn’t want me helping out for the past week, which is why I got so much done on the new book.
It goes to show I’ve been slacking off before this. lol
Have a great day!
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