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I always see red birds in my yard what do red birds mean

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I always see them in my yard, but I also but out bird seed.

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thats sweet kookie your so nice = )
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It means spring is coming.

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Come on spring, cause then comes summer!! Yippie!!
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(Just to let you know) The red birds are called Northern Cardinals and the bright red ones are the males :) It means the like your yard, lol.

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It means someone's been sprinkling bird food in your yard.They clearly want to see poop all over your house~

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Cardinals?..it means they want you to feed them some sunflower seeds.

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So ready for summer!!
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Spring is in the air and the cardinals have come out to eat and play ... I see about 10 a day since about 2 weeks ago .

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It means the apocalypse is coming

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Red birds do not "mean" anything.
They are birds.
They fly, eat, nest, lay eggs, raise chicks, and fly some more.

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That your yard has a lot of cardinal type yummies and they like your yard. Or that theres a lot of girl cardinals around your place and the boys figured out your place was the place to troll for chicks!

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The red bird is a signal for all of us to preserve the wild life so that our great grand kids will see them in their back yards and not on the pages of books, in the title of extinct animals and birds.

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