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Herman Roote Photography of Saugeen Ojibway Nation

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“Very unusual sighting” at the Saugeen First Nations March 26, 2012.

Albino Robins: Not So Uncommon

For some reason, albinism and partial albinism have been recorded in robins more than any other wild bird species. One study found that 8.22% of all albino wild birds found in North America were robins. But only about one robin in 30,000 is an albino or partial albino. Most records of robins with albinism are only partial albinos, which of course live longer than total albinos.

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