For Sale

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Kathleen Adams, Harriet Barovick, Tam Gray, Daniel S. Levy, Lina Lofaro, David Spitz, Joel Stein, Flora Tartakovsky and Chris Taylor

DO I HEAR A MILLION? It is not often that a new bird is discovered. It is even rarer to get the chance to attach your moniker to it. But in Fort Worth next month, the Texas state office of the National Audubon Society will auction the right to bestow the species name on a bright-orange-chested antshrike discovered in the jungles of Brazil. Bids start at $200,000. No Ashleys or Trumps, please.

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