14 Festive Bird Cards to Send for the Holidays

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Show your family and friends you're thinking of them this Spring by sending one of these funny, sweet or gorgeous bird cards.

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Cardinal Bird Card

Personalize these bird cards and send one to every member of your flock across the miles. They are blank inside, so buy a few extras to mail out for birthdays, or to send a thank you or sympathy card.

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Send a card with one of these easy-care holiday houseplants.

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Christmas Hummingbird Pop-Up Card

When you open this card, two ruby-throated hummingbirds pop up and hover above pretty red poinsettia flowers. It will surely delight any hummingbird lover.

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Bird Christmas Tree

It would be a Merry Christmas indeed to look outside and see all of these beautiful birds sitting in an evergreen tree. Birders in your family will enjoy trying to identify all of the species on this gorgeous card!

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Chickadee Christmas Card

Have a pal who’s especially fond of cute chickadees? Then send them this adorable card with two snowy songbirds perched in a crabapple tree. Don’t forget to send flowers with your card.

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Four Calling Birds Card

This whimsical card will delight all of the Christmas carolers in your life. This tower of tiny birds is an amusing take on the classic song, The Twelve Days of Christmas.

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Peaceful Nuthatch Cards

Spread a message of peace and joy with a tiny red-breasted nuthatch perching on a berry tree. We love the festive red and green colors on these bird cards.

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Midnight Clear Cardinal

This sweet little flier has picked a perfect perch on a snowy night. Seeing a pretty redbird perched on top of an evergreen is one of our favorite winter nature scenes. These bird cards are simple and calming.

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White Dove Card

A white dove is a universal symbol of peace. Send a message of hope with this stunning card. We think the background looks like stained glass windows.

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Cardinal Birdhouse Pop-Up Card

This cheerful holiday card that features a birdhouse, a wreath and a Northern cardinal will bring a smile to anyone’s face.

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Deck your halls with cardinal Christmas ornaments and decorations.

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Great Blue Heron Card

This quirky Christmas card features a great blue heron with Christmas ornament hanging on its beak. Choose from a single card, or a group of 5 or 10.

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Bird and Dreidel Card

These gorgeous Hanukkah bird cards feature a feathered friend decked out with pretty origami paper perching on a dreidel. You’ll receive a box of 10 cards.

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Tufted Titmouse Card

This set of bird cards shows a tiny tufted titmouse looking to snag a berry snack. Two sizes are available.

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Santa Crow Christmas Card

This funny crow card is brimming with Christmas cheer. The happy, handsome corvid is wearing a Santa hat. We really like the bright red envelopes. Pair this card with one of these crow gifts.

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Birds on Beach Card

Are you a snowbird who likes to spend winter on the beach? Send a heartfelt holiday card with the help of these creative shorebirds.

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Emily Hannemann
Emily Hannemann is an associate digital editor for Birds & Blooms. She has a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in magazine writing from the University of Missouri - Columbia. When she’s not writing and editing, you’ll find her swimming, running, or hiking. She knows blue jays are controversial, but she loves them anyway.