Red Alert! Test Your Cardinal Knowledge with This Quiz

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Red Alert! Test Your Cardinal Knowledge with This Quiz

Blue Jays are a type of songbird native to North America. They are known for their distinctive blue, white, and black plumage and their noisy, raucous calls. Blue Jays are found in a variety of habitats, from deciduous and coniferous forests to suburban areas and parks.

They are omnivores and eat a wide variety of foods, including insects, fruits, nuts, and seeds. Blue Jays are intelligent and curious birds and are known for their bold personalities. They are also skilled mimics and can imitate the calls of other birds and even some animals.

What is the scientific name for cardinals?

Cardinalis cardinalis

Corvus corax

Parus major

Passer domesticus

Sparrow

Bluebird

Blackbird

Redbird

What is the distinctive feature of male cardinals?

Their bright red color

Their blue feathers

Their black mask

Their long tail feathers

What is the habitat of cardinals?

Forests and woodlands

Deserts and arid regions

Tundra and alpine regions

Swamps and wetlands

What do cardinals eat?

Insects and spiders

Seeds and fruits

Fish and other aquatic animals

Small mammals and reptiles

How long do cardinals typically live in the wild?

3-5 years

5-7 years

7-10 years

10-15 years

What is the mating behavior of cardinals?

Monogamous

Polygamous

Solitary

Promiscuous

What is the state bird of Virginia?

Blue jay

Eastern bluebird

Northern mockingbird

Northern cardinal

What is the state bird of North Carolina?

Eastern bluebird

Northern mockingbird

Eastern meadowlark

Northern cardinal

What is the state bird of Ohio?

Eastern bluebird

Western meadowlark

Northern mockingbird

Northern cardinal

What is the state bird of Illinois?

Eastern bluebird

Northern mockingbird

Northern cardinal

Western meadowlark

What is the state bird of Indiana?

Northern cardinal

Northern mockingbird

Western meadowlark

Eastern bluebird

What is the state bird of Kentucky?

Eastern bluebird

Northern mockingbird

Northern cardinal

Western meadowlark

What is the state bird of West Virginia?

Eastern bluebird

Northern mockingbird

Western meadowlark

Northern cardinal

What is the state bird of Illinois?

Eastern bluebird

Northern cardinal

Western meadowlark

Northern mockingbird

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What is the distinctive feature of male cardinals?
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What is the habitat of cardinals?
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What do cardinals eat?
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How long do cardinals typically live in the wild?
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What is the mating behavior of cardinals?
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What is the state bird of Virginia?
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What is the state bird of North Carolina?
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What is the state bird of Ohio?
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