I first saw this bird during the bird watch at the week. Through binoculars it was completely white with a few grey specs.
The picture below (terrible I know) is the best I could get with my phone when it returned very briefly. The bird itself is on the branch next to the hole in the feeder.
I am know with all the usual garden birds but this was something I have never seen - my best guess is an albino chaffinch?!
Any ideas what it could be?
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