Brewer's Blackbird leucistic red eyes 2019-03-09 ©Kevin S Lucas
Brewer's Blackbird (leucistic) Euphagus cyanocephalus
This Brewer's Blackbird appears leucistic -- the white feathers on its head. It has a lighter than normal, pinkish color bill. But it also has red eyes, something I've never seen in a leucistic bird that wasn't a complete albino. Strange. I was glad my digiscoped photos were able to catch the eye color for both eyes.
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