I have a lot of things about which I've been wanting to blog, but as often happens I haven't had the time or the energy or the self-discipline to do so.
Here's a blurred picture of some mushrooms.
And in music news, number one on the college charts this summer was Better Than Ezra. And at number two: Ezra. —Norm MacDonald
I am wondering—is this kind of gynandromorphy unique to chickens, or does it occur in other birds? It would be barely noticeable in many species, but obvious in sexually dimorphic birds like woodpeckers and certain songbirds. When a half-male, half-female Northern Cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) shows up at the bird feeder, that would attract some attention.