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Criteria: A2cd+3cd+4cd. Click here for more information about the Red List categories and criteria. Justification of Red List category. The trapping of this species. Yellow Cardinal (Gubernatrix cristata), In Neotropical Birds Online (T. S. Schulenberg, Editor). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY, USA. retrieved from . Learn more about the Yellow cardinal – with amazing Yellow cardinal photos and facts on Arkive.

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Yellow cardinal

A large, beautifully patterned finch with a musical song 2 3the yellow cardinal Gubernatrix cristata is one of the most treasured and highly sought-after cage birds in South America 3 5 6.

The yellow gets brighter closer to the belly, while the tail is also yellow and has a central black stripe 2 3. Unlike the male, the female has white rather than yellow areas around the black throat and crest 2 5 7. Both the male and female yellow cardinal have a robust, conical beak 3.

The yellow cardinal feeds on grains and seeds that have fallen on the ground, as well as on fruit, worms crishata insects 3 5. This species is usually found alone or in pairs, but guberatrix been known to travel in larger flocks during the non-breeding season 5 7particularly when it was more abundant gubernatrkx the past 7.

This bird mates in the spring of the southern hemisphere 2 guberatrix, typically constructing its nest between September and November 5with eggs having been seen in November 2. The yellow cardinal makes a deep, round nest from twigs and straw, lining the inside with grasses, moss and lichens.

The nests of this species are usually found in the branches or in a fork of a tree or shrub 3. The female yellow cardinal usually lays two to four eggs 3 5and incubates them for approximately two weeks before the chicks hatch 5. The eggs are of a whitish to blue-green colour with black streaks and freckles 3. During the first week, yellow cardinal chicks grow very fast and when they are just 13 to 14 days old they start to leave the nest to perch on the surrounding branches.

When this species is bred in captivity, both adults contribute to feeding the young, but the female spends more time keeping the nest warm while the male brings greater amounts of food.

The yellow cardinal chicks become independent at guberatrix 35 days old 5. Yellow cardinal males are very territorial and aggressive towards other males, and will try to chase intruders away. The yellow cardinal was once abundant in the south-eastern tip of Brazil, in Uruguay and in much of central Argentina 2 3 7occurring up to elevations of around metres 2.

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Although it formerly occurred in Rio Grande do Sul, in south-eastern Brazil, it is thought that the yellow cardinal may now be extinct there 2. This beautiful bird lives in open areas with shrubby trees and scrub, including savannah, open woodland and steppe 2 3 7. The yellow cardinal perches on shrubs and trees and usually forages on the ground 3 5 7. The major threats to the yellow cardinal are trapping for the cage bird guebrnatrix and loss of habitat 2.

Despite this species being protected, continued illegal trade is still the most significant threat to its populations 2 3 5 6which are now small and fragmented 2.

Many of the different habitats in which the yellow cardinal lives are being demolished for timber for furniture and firewood, or are being converted into cattle pastures or eucalyptus plantations 2 6. Also, this species has been found to hybridise with the common diuca-finch Diuca diucapotentially adding to the threats the yellow cardinal faces 2. The yellow cardinal is protected in Argentina and Uruguay, and trapping of this bird is illegal 5 6. In Uruguay, possessing yellow cardinals is prohibited unless they are ringed 5.

Scientists have also proposed creating other conservation areas in Argentina as well as certain parts of Uruguay containing habitat for the yellow cardinal 2. Captive breeding programmes have been established for the yellow cardinal in Brazil and Uruguay in an attempt to reintroduce the species in some areas, as well as to decrease the pressure of trapping on the wild populations 2 5.

Conservation measures are underway to inform the public of the threats to the yellow cardinal, and more action is also needed to prevent further illegal trade in this attractive species 2 3. This information is cistata authentication by a species expert, and will be updated as soon as possible.

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Yellow cardinal – Wikipedia

Black-spectacled brush-finch Atlapetes melanopsis. Greater Antillean bullfinch Loxigilla violacea. Lincoln’s sparrow Melospiza lincolnii. Gubernafrix cardinal biology The yellow cardinal feeds on grains and seeds that have fallen on the ground, as well as on fruit, worms and insects 3 5.

Yellow cardinal range The yellow cardinal was once abundant in the south-eastern tip of Brazil, in Uruguay and in much of central Argentina 2 3 7occurring up to elevations of around metres 2.

American bullfrog Lithobates catesbeianus. White marlin Kajikia albida. Great egret Casmerodius albus.

Yellow cardinal habitat This beautiful bird lives in open areas with shrubby trees and scrub, including savannah, open woodland and steppe 2 3 7. Alpine swift Tachymarptis melba. Plain swift Apus unicolor. Peregrine falcon Falco peregrinus.

Yellow cardinal threats The major threats to the yellow cardinal are trapping for the cage bird market and loss of gubetnatrix 2. Yellow crisata conservation The yellow cardinal is protected in Argentina and Uruguay, and trapping of this bird is illegal 5 6. Find out more Find out more about the yellow cardinal and its conservation: BirdLife International – Yellow cardinal: Authentication This information is awaiting authentication by a species expert, and will be updated as soon as possible.

This species information was authored as part of the Arkive and Universities Scheme. Glossary Hybridisation Cross-breeding between two gubernatrox species or subspecies. Incubate To keep eggs yubernatrix so that development is possible. Steppe A vast grassland plain, characterised by few trees and low rainfall. Territorial Describes an animal, a pair of animals or a colony that occupies and defends an area.

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