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Phalarope Found In Yard

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Dend from a broken neek apparently caused by flying into Widener Library, a Red Phalarope, a rare sea bird whose male sits on the nest and cares for the young birds, was picked up Tuesday afternoon in front of Wigglesworth Hall. This is two weeks earlier than the Phalarope has ever before been found in Massachusetts, according to James L. Peters, Curator of birds in the Museum of Comparative Zoology, who identified the bird.

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