All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

This white <strong>Blue Jay</strong> (<em>Cyanocitta cristata</em>) has been appearing at a feeder in the garden at the elementary school where I work (2006). I spotted it from my room and I raced around the corner to go to another room to get a closer...
This white Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata) has been appearing at a feeder in the garden at the elementary school where I work (2006). I spotted it from my room and I raced around the corner to go to another room to get a closer picture. When some kids in the hall saw me they scolded, "Mrs. Light, you're not supposed to run in the hall!"
This Blue Jay is not an albino because it does have some black markings, it is considered "leucistic" (leuco means "white").

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