Sightings of Albino Hummingbird (White) or Leucistic (Partial White) Hummingbirds in Colorado

Sightings of White Hummingbirds in Colorado
Hummingbird Information

Albino Hummingbird (White) Hummingbirds Information


White Hummingbirds Reported in Other States / Locations


Albino Hummingbird sightings in Ohio recorded in reverse chronological order:


  • Colorado, Evergreen (August 2019) - Stef Swink, RScP (www.stefswink.com) submitted two photos of what appears to be a true albino hummingbird. The photos were taken August 4th 2019.

Albino Hummingbird seen in Evergreen, Colorado (2019)White Hummingbird in Colorado (2019)

Pied Hummingbird in Colorado

  • Colorado,  Flatiron Reservoir, Loveland (August 2015). Shirley Bowman photographed what is likely to be a juvenile pied Ruby-throated Hummingbird.   
  • Nederland, CO (8/22 & 8/23/2015). Mary Wilcox submitted photos of a partial white hummingbird.

White Hummingbird i n Colorado

  • Beulah, CO  (August 2015) Leucistic hummingbird reported (photos provided) by DROOT [DON166 at msn dot com].  Photos taken 8/7 & 8/8/2015.

White Hummingbird in Colorado

  • Parachute (July 2015).   Brenda Savey-Rice photographed a pied hummingbird at her bird feeder.  She states that "he ... doesn't like to fight with all the others [...] it will return when no one is around."  This is a typical behavior for white hummingbirds that are often bullied by their "normal" counterparts. Brenda describes his or her tail to be black and white striped. 

  • South Fork (8/25/2014) - True Albino photographed by Jarret Kachel

Albino Hummingbird sighted in Colorado


Did you see one of these rare hummingbirds? If so, please e-mail relevant information (such as date, location, etc.) and photos - if available (including the photographer's name. THANK YOU!)


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