Monday, May 18, 2009

All the Talk in Trumann Arkansas

Gary McClung said Sunday that the white bird has been the talk of his neighborhood . Jim Bednarz of Arkansas State University said the albino bird is not a one-in -a-million event- it's
more like one in 30,000. The orange on the belly could make it a "partial albino."
I for got to say it is a robin.


Darla said...

Never seen this type of bird........very neat looking.

Charlene said...


I enjoyed talking to you yetersday....You make the most interesting posts. I am really enjoying the birds this spring as my neighbor behind me has about about six bird feeders and as I sit typing this comment I am watching the birds which are so much fun. I have only one feeder, but thinking about getting another one. I am amazed at how hard the squirrels work to get into the feeders.

It is a beautiful, but cold day here in the village. Take care and Happy Blogging.

Shellmo said...

Very interesting to see this albino Robin! He's still handsome!

Anonymous said...

Very unusual!

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

I could tell it was a Robin by the look of it but have never saw one like it before. Very interesting looking.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Well, what an unusual sight.
I've never seen an albino/part Robin...just squirrels..
Thanks for sharing him with us !