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1995

5 1/2 x 9 in.
126 pp., 19 color photos, 2 line drawings, 1 map

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The Cardinal

Text by June Osborne
Photos by Barbara Garland

 

 

In this inviting guide, June Osborne and Barbara Garland follow a year in the life of the Northern Cardinal with a fact-filled text and glowing color photographs. They describe how cardinals stake out territory and choose mates, find a nesting site and incubate their eggs, feed the young and prepare them for full-fledged independence. The Cardinal also explores the special relationship that humans have with their favorite redbirds. Osborne traces the symbolic use of cardinals as state birds (Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, and West Virginia) and athletic mascots and shows how they appear on everything from postage stamps to Christmas cards, as well as in fine art, literature, and Native American folklore.

Number Twenty-one, Corrie Herring Hooks Series

 Also by the Author The Ruby-Throated Hummingbird
 Of Related Interest Wauer, The American Robin
Anderson and Squires, The Prairie Falcon

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