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Hi,

Actually these types of growths are quite common in
birds.  They may be either malignant or not.

Good Birding

Bob

...--- Judy Fisher <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> I have a catbird in my yard that has a growth, 2/3
> the size of his head.  It is
> covered with downy-like feathers and is attached
> just above the scapulars, on
> the side of the neck.  He behaves normally and
> doesn't appear to be sick.  As he
> moves around, the growth just flops around.
>
> judy
>
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> Judy Fisher
> Seminole, Fl
> Located in Mid Pinellas County
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