Albino squirrel in Oneonta

Rare albino squirrel in Oneonta

Residents of Oneonta's west end have grown accustomed to seeing this rare albino squirrel in their neighborhood, even though only 10 in every one million squirrels are born with albinism.

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Rita says ... on Friday, May 9 at 3:32 PM

We spotted the albino squirrel on Chestnut street, on 05/07/14, across from Sloan's New York grill. Could it be the same squirrel that this article is about, over 3 years later?

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Lucille says ... on Thursday, Nov 26 at 2:41 PM

What a neat picture. Thanks for sharing it.

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Lindsey says ... on Monday, Nov 16 at 1:04 PM

We used to feed this squirrel at my Grandma's!! :)

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Tricia says ... on Thursday, Nov 12 at 11:23 PM

There's also one that live towards the beginning of Southside Drive. My son and I saw him last spring a few times on the way to school.

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tigerlily says ... on Thursday, Nov 12 at 5:40 PM

That is awesome! Thanks for sharing.

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