"Pyrrhuloxia" isn't a disease picked up at cheap motels. It's the name of a cardinal-like bird from the North American southwest. The Latin name is Cardinalis sinuatus. How'd they get stuck with a common name more complex than the scientific one?
They don't have them in Los Angeles, where I live. Too bad. I think they're cute.
Look at the sincere, determined expression on this Wikipedia photo:
Okay, I'm anthropomorphizing...
...but I bet he sincerely thinks the seed block is his and is determined to keep it that way.