Albino Feral pigeon
An albino feral pigeon is a rare occurrence in the wild. These birds have a genetic condition that affects the production of melanin, resulting in their white feathers and pink eyes. Albino feral pigeons usually stand out among their flock due to their distinct coloration. However, their lack of camouflage can make them more susceptible to predators. Despite their unique appearance, these birds still exhibit all the behaviors and characteristics of regular feral pigeons, such as foraging for food, nesting in urban areas, and socializing with other pigeons.