Northern Cardinals are found in both tropical and temperate temperate and tropical forests. They are found in the eastern regions of the United States. They tend to make their homes (nests) in bushes, trees, and shrubs. Northern Cardinals eat all kinds of seeds by using their hard beak to crack open the shells and can eat small insects also. They are hunted by predatory birds such as different kinds of owls and hawks. They are important to their ecosystem because they help disperse seeds and are an important food source for many predators.
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