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Sandy Oster

Gettysburg, SD, USA

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Other

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Uncommon Looking Grackle

A Grackle with an unusual pigment malfunction on his head.

One reply on “Uncommon looking Grackle”

Ava Johnson says:

Hey Sandy, this is called leucism. Leucism is the partial absence of pigments in an animal’s body, resulting in birds having some white feathers. You can learn more on the Unusual Birds section in the Learn tab. I hope this helped!

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