What Do Cardinal Eggs Look like?

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Cardinal eggs are white with shadings of purple and brown. The bird is like 23cm long. For reference, you can visit
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The Cardinals egg is generally grayish white to greenish white with speckles or spots that vary in color to brown or gray. A cardinals nest can take up to 9 days for the bird to build.
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A Norther Cardinal egg is a greenish or white in color with some speckles. They are usually about an inch long and a 1/2 inch around. Once hatched the parents still feed the chicks
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a cardinal's egg is white with brown speckles.
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1. Look for the mother. Before you plan to look after a duck egg, you should look for its mother. Don't go near the egg if you can see other ducks nearby. If the other ducks see you
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Cardinal eggs are Grayish white, buffy white, or greenish white speckled with pale
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