“Like “normal” hummingbirds, leucistic forms have black eyes, feet and bills, but their feathers may be pure white, buff, tan or gray instead of green or some other standard color. They are different from albino hummingbirds, which have no pigment in their bodies, meaning their eyes, beak, skin and legs are pink.”

(via Bird Expert Tags Rare White Hummingbird | The Pilot: Southern Pines, NC)

Like “normal” hummingbirds, leucistic forms have black eyes, feet and bills, but their feathers may be pure white, buff, tan or gray instead of green or some other standard color. They are different from albino hummingbirds, which have no pigment in their bodies, meaning their eyes, beak, skin and legs are pink.”

(via Bird Expert Tags Rare White Hummingbird | The Pilot: Southern Pines, NC)

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