What Do Cardinals Eat? What Eats Cardinals?

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Moe Pence answered
Cardinals, being wild birds, eat seeds and berries, small insects, worms, etc.  They also love wild bird seed with sunflower seeds and millet seeds.  Any carnivore (meat eating animal) can try to catch a cardinal and eat it.  Cats, predatory birds (like hawks and eagles), and snakes will all eat birds. Unfortunately for the cardinals, though, they're so bright and colorful, they're easy for other animals to spot (and catch).
Michael Regenauer Profile
Cardinals eat cracked corn, white millet, peanuts, melon and squash seeds but their favorite
are sunflower seeds, black oilers and striped. They prefer eating on a shelf or a flat surface   or on the ground. In the winter they like a piece of suet that you stuff with sunflower seeds.
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Anonymous answered
Cardinals eat bird feed,  little insects, berries, etc.
emily Pet lover Profile
emily Pet lover answered

They will eat grapes and sunflower seeds. I put them out by the bush they live in so that they will know that they have food to eat. When you put the grapes or sunflower seeds out you can put them on the ground. You can also put out a tray with sunflower seeds on it, if you don't have a bird feeder.

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I need people to tell me what cardinals eat
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Anonymous answered
Cardinals eat a various types of food such as corn vegetables fruits and sunflower seeds
Anonymous Profile
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Worms
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Anonymous answered
Cardinals will eat seed that they find.  They will also eat berries from plants.  A cat will eat a bird, a snake, a fox,

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