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"In late August I spotted this strange bird at my backyard bird feeder. I spent many hours on the computer looking to identify him. Not knowing the name of the bird, it was very difficult and time consuming. I finally discovered it was the Pin-tailed Whydah. I have since spotted a young one and a female. There are two males but one has recently lost his long tail. I live in Tampa, Fl, so this was an unusual sighting, I think. K. Bennett"
"Kay Bennett"

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