Name: Myrna S.
Where do cardinals migrate to in the winter? Living here
in Michigan we do not see them after the summer. Thanks you for your
answering this question for me.
Northern cardinals are generally non-migratory. In the 19th century they
were rarely reported north of central Illinois-Indiana, but in the 20th
century expanded their range to Minnesota, Michigan and Ontario. I can't say
why you don't see them in the winter as they must surely be somewhere
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