Blue Jay and Cardinal Coloring Pages

Here are two new Birdorable coloring pages: the Birdorable Blue Jay and Northern Cardinal, two common backyard birds in North America. Go to Coloring Pages to download these two PDFs. You can check our Meet the Birds page to get some color guidance. To see the actual colors of these birds you can visit the corresponding meet pages of the Blue Jay and the Northern Cardinal.

Birdorable Northern Cardinal and Blue Jay coloring pages

Have you used our coloring pages at home, in your classroom, or at an event? We'd love to hear about it! Send us photos of the pages in action, or the final result - we may showcase them on our blog!

Cute Blue Jay & Cardinal Gifts

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Lauren Brathol on December 3, 2012 at 3:35 PM wrote:
The cardinal is no longer available as a free coloring page. Is there any way I can get my hands on a copy? Doing a preschool class next week on Cardinals and these pages are great for preschool coloring! Thanks, Lauren

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