An extremely rare yellow cardinal has bird watchers flocking to Alabama.
I prefer YouTube. Much easier trip.
According to the Audubon Society, this bird is one-in-a-million. It is actually a Northern (Red) Cardinal whose feather have turned yellow for some reason.
The change could be genetic. It could be environmental.
Read the story here:
Yellow cardinals do exist. However, those birds are a different species. See this: