PP&T 12812

December 19, 2012 

“This unique marked bird, visiting my feeders on Lake Wylie, has me stumped. So perhaps a fellow Lake Wylie Pilot reader can help identify it,” said Jim Wells. It has bright red feathers on the crown of its head and yellow in the wings and tail.

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