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Marie Winn

Marie Winn, a journalist, author and birdwatcher, is known for her books and articles on the birds of Central Park, her Wall Street Journal ornithology column and her role in the quiz show scandals of the 1950s. She appears in Frederic Lilien's documentary film, The Legend of Pale Male (2010).

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Marie Winn - Author - Pale Male
... An advocate for protecting wildlife, Winn gave the name Pale Male to the Red-tailed Hawk that nested on a Fifth Avenue building, receiving much press coverage ... documentary film, Pale Male (2002), is an adaptation of Winn's book and includes interview scenes with Winn ...

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