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This rare lazuli bunting was spotted in Wellfleet. This rare lazuli bunting was spotted in Wellfleet. (Mark Faherty for The Boston Globe)
By Colin A. Young
Globe Correspondent / February 10, 2012
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A rare bird has been attracting throngs of bird watchers to the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary since it first appeared at a feeder last Saturday. The lazuli bunting, a “lovely songbird” native to the western United States, has only been seen twice before in Massachusetts, according to the Massachusetts Audubon Society. According to the society, lazuli buntings typically winter in western Mexico.

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