Rare bird: ‘Half-male, half-female’ cardinal snapped in Pennsylvania

“I’ve been looking for the long-thought-extinct ivory-billed woodpecker for nearly twenty years, and photographing this uncommon model of one in all our most typical yard birds, this gynandromorph northern cardinal, was virtually as thrilling as I believe I might get if I really discovered the woodpecker,” he stated.

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