You are lucky if you’ve had a chance to see a white crow. This one turned out to be rather friendly – ate a piece of bread, took some water from the lake, let to pat it and flew away.
ah so cute!
He is half chicken I think. Tasty!
3 is for me
let to pat it? wow lucky
are you getting rabies shots now?
Looks like a completely different species.. really cool.
Totally Cool! I love wild birds like this!
Birdy!! He’s gorgeous. I love birds!
Me too. Especially with a cold beer and some honey-barbecue sauce.
This is so rare! I read once that among animals it is less than 1 in 750,000 that is completely without colour. But in birds it is even rarer; the parents or other chicks will kill any like this, as they are seen as a threat, maybe aa a ‘foreigner’.If any survive to adulthood, others of the species will drive them away. Therefore their chances iof reproducing and passing on the white gene is very very small. Thanks for the great photos.
Verry nice ! I have never seen a white crow before
White pride ^^
I do not know, normally i do not post. (healthy ??) paranoia, i presume… You are the judge on this.The reason i replay or answer is that probably the animal was starving and wiling to take ANY risk to survive short time (ie Beyond tomorrow). Had crows for pets, smart animals, for birds.
Very nice. It was likely somebody’s pet crow because it is domesticated (allows petting).
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