Another rare white raven born this year on Canadian beach

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Qualicum Beach - Qualicum Beach, a beach and town on Vancouver Island British Columbia, has been home to rare white ravens for the past few years. This year, at least one new white raven has hatched, prompting birders to flock to the seaside paradise.

Ask anyone -- even an ornithologist -- what colour a raven is and the resounding answer is 'black.' White ravens, although occasionally seen, are so rare, they have not even been studied by ornithologists.


Vancouver Island's Qualicum Beach seems to be a special place, with white Ravens showing up every year for the past ten years reported the Vancouver Sun. This year there is only one new white raven that has been seen, but that hasn't stopped birders.

 

Link to story with video : www.digitaljournal.com/article/294246

 

Tag: white raven, vancouver island, qualicum beach

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