This Half-Male, Half-Female Bird Has Very Peculiar Plumage

By David Freeman

You don’t have to be an ornithologist to know that red northern cardinals are male and brownish-gray ones are female.

But what about a Cardinalis cardinalis that sports red feathers on one side of its body and brownish-gray feathers on the other? Why, that cardinal is half-male and half-female, of course–and just such a rare bird has been observed in northwestern Illinois.

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