Tag Archives: Male Cardinals

A Male Cardinal Musing


I couldn’t resist shooting this little guy.

©Dan O. De Ment

Solitary Male Cardinal


I shot this handsome rascal in February 2015.  He was watching his female who was flitting around in another bush across our backyard.

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Cardinals enjoying the first big snow of the season a couple years back


Everyone is hungry when the cold and snow settle in for the wintery season.  Some of you may have seen this image in the past and since there is no snow in some areas of the Midwest – and none predicted, at this time throughout the month of January, I thought I’d re-post it for those of you who had not had a chance to view a few of the Cardinals. That winter we had as many as 20 at a time feeding on our feeder’s.

Dan O. De Ment

Male Cardinal playing Hide and Seek

This Male Cardinal was flitting back and forth in our flowering crab when, suddenly, I couldn’t see him – thought he flew off.  But, all of a sudden I saw movement and there he was at the back of the tree. I did a bit of Post Production work so you can make him out. Some of him anyway.

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Dan O. De Ment

Male Cardinal – What Next?


Male Cardinals always seem to be making decisions, don’t they?  This fella seems to be determining what to do next.

Dan O. De Ment