Not albino but close...

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Peter Huszcz
Posts: 62
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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Joined: Mon Feb 28, 2005 9:48 am
Location: Houston, TX

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Dave Reynolds
Posts: 1886
Joined: Mon Jan 31, 2011 4:35 pm
Location: Little Hocking, Oh.
Martin Colony History: 2018 Success at my Satellite Site “Oxbow Golf Course”.
2019 Success at my home Site "Little Hocking, Ohio".

... 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
Home Site “Little Hocking, Ohio”
2010 / 2018 -- Lots of Visitors
2019 — 1 Pair, 5 Eggs, 5 Babies, 5 fledged. :wink:
2020 — 1 Pair, 4 Eggs, 4 Babies, 4 fledged. :wink:
2021 — Waiting on March 2021

Satellite Site “Oxbow Golf Course”
2018 -- 15 Pair, 58 Eggs, 38 Hatched and 36 Fledged :wink:
2019 — 26 Pair, 128 Eggs, 99 Babies and 97 Fledged. :wink:
2020 — 30 Pair, 156 Eggs, 137 Babies and 137 Fledged. :wink:
2021 — Waiting on March 2021

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