How Long Do Cardinals Live?


The average lifespan of a cardinal is about 15-16 years. There have been records of cardinals living to 28 1/2 years. Usually many will succumb to illness or predators before they reach that age. You can find more information here:
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Cardinals are found in many environments over much of North America, especially in the east.
Cardinals nest in thickets and dense shrubs. They commonly build nests close to the ground, using the density of the shrub to provide protection. The female builds the nests 4 to
This common bird is a winter fixture at snow-covered bird feeders throughout the Northeast,
Cardinals can leave for only 22 years. Life expectancy in birds is closely correlated with size. report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 08:51AM EST. Source:
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