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Cardinal red bird whirligig

Garden decor. Cardinal bird whirligig. A pair of cardinal birds feed the chicks in the nest. Close-up view.

Cardinal whirligig. A pair of cardinal birds feed the chicks in the nest. Propeller view.

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For Native Americans, birds of the cardinals assisted with devotion, loving relationships, courtship, and monogamy. They were symbols of good luck and the sun.

The red cardinal bird feeding the chicks in the nest is one of the most popular stories for whirligigs (weathercocks with figures).

But, as a rule, there is only one bird there - a red bird, a male bird. And this is understandable. After all, the red bird attracts attention with its outfit. But in reality, in nature, both parents take part in feeding and raising chicks.

Mommy bird also has a beautiful outfit. maybe the outfit of the female is not so striking, but he is also beautiful and attractive.

I decided that there would be both birds on my weather vane. And they will feed their chicks together.

As you can see in my story, both birds feed the chicks in the nest. And on my whirligig you can see the plumage of both birds.

Feeding the chicks is a serious matter and both parents are involved. Moreover, the female also knows how to sing songs and it turned out that she also has beautiful plumage. Now you can look at how my weather vane (whirligig) is arranged in terms of mechanics and how it looks in motion.

 

This hand painted, folk art style wind-driven whirligig is a model of well known very popular story: a couple of cardinal birds feeds their chick. Wind-actuated propeller causes the figures to appear to run. It is made of several types of wood. This colorful whirligig is for those, who like funny art objects in their garden, who love something that attracts attention of public of every age.
Length is about 24 inches,height is about 10 inches.

See short video - Red Cardinal bird whirligig

 

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