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The northern cardinal (cardinalis cardinalis) is a medium sized perching bird whose range extends from southern Canada through the eastern and central United States, across to Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, and down into Mexico, northern Guatemala and Belize. They can be found in gardens, open woods, swamps and fields with small shrubs.
The tufted titmouse (baeolophus bicolor) is a common bird found in the forests of the eastern United States usually below 2,000 feet in elevation. Look for them in the tree canopies of forests, woods, backyards and parks. They are frequent visitor to bird feeders and often look for the largest seeds. They hoard food in the fall and winter.
The eastern meadowlark (sturnella magna) prefers the grasslands, prairies, pastures and fields of eastern North America and northern South America. It is differentiated from the western meadowlark of the western prairies of the North American continent mainly by its song and some minor coloration differences