The cardinal has two to three broods per year and will build a few nests with each brood in order to lay and incubate the eggs and the male feeds their young, while the female builds the next nest. The female cardinal builds the nest from twigs, bark strips, vines leaves, rootlets, paper, and then she lines it with vines, grass and hair. The nest can be found in dense shrubbery or on the branches of small trees 1 to 5 feet from the ground.
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