An albino crow sighted around Niagara Peninsula. Cool looking (see below for another one photographed in the same area), but unfortunately not terribly long-lived:
There are reasons why there are so few white crows, said McGowan. Standing out in a flock of crows -- known as a murder -- makes them easier to get picked out by predators such as hawks, he said. In addition, melanin doesn't just add colour to feathers -- the pigment also helps hold them together, he said.