Why Are Male Cardinals a Different Color Than the Females?

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Yes, male cardinals are a different color than the females. Males are bright red with a crest that looks like a cardinal's miter. Females are brown with a subdued reddish tint. The female coloring makes it more difficult to spot her while nesting.
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Difference Between Male & Female Cardinals
The cardinal is a red bird that is seen all year long through most of the United States of America. The cardinal does not molt, therefore it does not need to migrate to the south during the winter. As with all bird species, the male and female cardinals... More »
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