A white squirrel, photographed May 1, 2014, lives in a knot hole with several other squirrels in reader John Housely's yard on Polawana Island, St. Helena. He says it likes to come out and eat seed that spills from the bird feeder.
A white squirrel, photographed May 1, 2014, lives in a knot hole with several other squirrels in reader John Housely's yard on Polawana Island, St. Helena. He says it likes to come out and eat seed that spills from the bird feeder. Submitted photo
A white squirrel, photographed May 1, 2014, lives in a knot hole with several other squirrels in reader John Housely's yard on Polawana Island, St. Helena. He says it likes to come out and eat seed that spills from the bird feeder. Submitted photo

Reader photos: An albino squirrel

May 01, 2014 02:07 PM

UPDATED May 01, 2014 03:29 PM

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