Date: 9/14/18 6:47 am
From: Larry Edwards <larry...>
Subject: Re: [SanDiegoRegionBirding] Broad-tailed Paradise-Whydah at Fort Rosecrans Cemetery
Yes, the species is known to be part of the caged bird culture and kept
as a pet, and presumed to be an escapee. It is indigenous to central
Africa, not North America.

Larry Edwards


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