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by Sherry
(Poetry, TX,Hunt Co)

I see this bird daily and I thought at first glance it was a female cardinal. The more I see it, I'm not sure. Can you help?



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Sherry, I'm not a Cardinal expert, as they don't reside in my neck of the woods. However that beak makes me think rather than a female Cardinal, it might be a female Pyrrhuloxia, which is a type of cardinal found in Texas. Hopefully our readers can help. Great photo. Happy birding.
Susan

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