Not albino but close...

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Peter Huszcz
Posts: 69
Joined: Wed Nov 12, 2003 8:30 am
Location: Ontario/Greely CANADA

During my 25 year landlording this is second time I have seen this phenomenon - martin without pigmentation.
Very healthy and feisty.
Unfortunately the photo file is too large. - hard to believe I've seen many photos posted. Perhaps some of you can tell me how to do it.

Blessings to all.

Peter.
Matt F.
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Location: Houston, TX

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Dave Reynolds
Posts: 1943
Joined: Mon Jan 31, 2011 4:35 pm
Location: Little Hocking, Oh.
Martin Colony History: 2017 Visitors
Satellite Site “Oxbow Golf Course”.
2018 - 15 Pair, 58 Eggs, 36 Fledged
2019 - 26 Pair, 128 Eggs, 97 Fledged
2020 - 30 Pair, 156 Eggs, 137 Fledged
2021 - 30 Pair, 162 Eggs, So far.

Home Site "Little Hocking, Ohio".
2019 - 1 Pair, 5 Eggs, 5 Fledged
2020 - 1 Pair, 4 Eggs, 4 Fledged
2021 - 8 Pair, 36 Eggs, So far

... Peter .. You may have to go to one of those programs that allows you to crop and cut a portion out of the original photo.. Then you can paste that cropped section to make a new smaller photo... Might work...

Dave
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Little Hocking, Ohio
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