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Rose-breasted grosbeaks are not uncommon during fall migration in western Pennsylvania. But scientists at a research station were surprised to see a rare rose-breasted grosbeak at their bird banding station recently.
The bird was male on one side and female on the other. Kara Holsopple of The Allegheny Front reports.