Photos | Striking Red-Crested Cardinal at Honolulu Zoo

Striking Red-Crested Cardinal at Honolulu Zoo


A vibrant Red-Crested Cardinal perched elegantly in its habitat at the Honolulu Zoo. Full Description: Captured on a vibrant day at the Honolulu Zoo on May 22, 2024, this photograph features a Red-Crested Cardinal (Paroaria coronata), which can be identified by its striking red head and crest, a distinctive feature amongst cardinals. Clearly captured in a moment of rest, the bird’s sharp beak and fine feather details are prominently displayed against the lush green backdrop blurred in the distance. TAGs such as 'animal,' 'beak,' 'bird,' 'finch,' 'cardinal,' and 'jay' resonate with this image, showcasing different facets of this bird, though it aligns most closely with cardinal characteristics. This species, typically found in South America but also thriving in parts of Hawaii, adds a splash of color and character to the aviary collection at the zoo, drawing nature lovers and photographers alike.

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