This video from the USA is called HD Northern cardinals feeding baby birds.
From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA:
Why So Red, Mr. Cardinal?
Many bright birds seem to disappear in winter, either flying south or molting into brown shades and melting into the foliage. But the scarlet hues of male Northern Cardinals seem to burn even more brightly as the snow piles up. Why? Our NestWatch team takes a look at this common question and suggests it’s all to do with successful breeding. Read the article.
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Red-crested cardinals: here.
Northern Cardinal Trivia: here.
With its instantly recognizable bright red or reddish tan plumage and jaunty head crest, the northern cardinal is one of the most desirable backyard birds in North America. It is also a popular state bird, sports mascot, winter holiday symbol and more: here.
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