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"A flock of pintail whydahs returned to our garden in November, making it the third year in a row they've wintered here. Along with a dozen or so females and possible juveniles, there's at least one male who is changing from breeding plumage -- he's lost his long tail feathers but still has a lot of black and white. Before they left last spring we had two males in full breeding plumage. I live in Tustin in Southern California, and I wonder if mine are the same ones mentioned by PK. Nancy 2007-12-08"
"Nancy"

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