Yellow birb, you’re one in a million.

Because sometimes what you need most is to see a one-in-a-million birb, this vibrant yellow cardinal who was recently sighted in Alabaster, AL. According to Auburn University biology professor Geoffrey Hill, the cardinal's yellow coloration is the result of a rare genetic mutation. Ordinarily this male northern cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) would be bright red, but this …

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