What Do Cardinals Eat?


Cardinals love fruits and seeds and will eat a variety of them. Grapes, oats, corn, blackberries, and plantains are just a short list of what a cardinal might eat.
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Cats are the largest threat to cardinals, both among predatory mammals and other predatory animals including birds and reptiles. Cats tend to do the most damage to cardinal populations
They like Sunflower seeds specifically black oil sunflower seeds the most, but they will eat millet or mixed seed. Rarely do they eat suet (fat from cows)
Most of what cardinals eat is weed and sunflower seeds,grains,and fruits.They also eat some
They absolutely love sunflower seeds. Am from Louisiana and had great numbers of them feeding in my yard. The male actually brings the young ones to the trays, cracks the seed and
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What Do Cardinals Eat?
Cardinals are seasonal eaters, much like most songbirds, as they feed on insects during the summer and seed during the winter. Find out what cardinals usually eat with helpful information from an Audubon Society member in this free video on wild birds.... More »
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Cardinals love seeds and fruits and will be drawn to feeders that have safflower seeds, sunflower seeds, cracked corn, nutmeats, white millet, melon seeds, squash seeds, peanuts, apples, raisins, white bread, and cornbread. Safflower seeds are not enjoyed by most other birds and make a nice food for cardinals only; pricey, but worth the show!
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