Albino Robin is Making his Home in Strongsville

Photo credit: strongsville.patch.com

A rare albino robin has taken up residence in Strongsville.

The pure white bird has been seen hopping with his robin friends in the area of Webster and Albion roads, as well as flying through yards and chirping from trees.

“It’s pretty rare,” said Stan Searles, curator of birds and aquatics for the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. “I have bird feeders in my back yard, and I’ve never seen one.”

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One Response to “Albino Robin is Making his Home in Strongsville”

  1. Syl Says:

    Isn’t nature fabulous…

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