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How rare are they? Never saw one before.
Hi MattosBird and thanks for sharing your photo of the white starling. From time to time birds do turn up with abnormal plumage, usually Leucism where there is loss of pigmentation; if it was a true albino the bird would have pink eyes. HERE you can read about it and you can add your sighting to the BTO database if you want to.
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