Black snake (eats cardinals), red-tailed hawk (eats black snae). Cardinals sometimes eat beetles, crickets, katydids, leafhoppers, cicadas, flies, centipedes, spiders, butterflies, and moths.
The Cardinal’s food web would start with the sun and then move to different plant species Cardinal’s consume (there are thousands, including mulberries, blueberries, sumac, sunflowers, grapes, tulip trees, and many other grains, fruits, and seeds). Cardinals also eat worms and insects. Some animals that feed on cardinals include Red Fox, Raccoons, Barred Owls, Cooper’s Hawk, and snakes.
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