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

Sightings of White Hummingbirds in Ohio
Hummingbird Information

Albino Hummingbird (White) Hummingbirds Information

Leucistic female Ruby-throated Humminbird


White Hummingbirds Reported in Other States / Locations


White hummingbird in Ohio, USAAlbino Hummingbird sightings in Ohio recorded in reverse chronological order:


  • OhioPiney Fork, Ohio (eastern Ohio).   Tracy Rayburn reported an Albino Hummingbird on 8/6/2017.  A video and photos were provided.  Details of this  sighting:  [F]irst sighted on 7/28/17 and still feeding at these feeders as of 8/6/17.  
  • Granville: Tony Esposito photographed a white hummingbird on 10/2/2016.  Photo was submitted.
  • Ohio, Galena - 8/4/2015. Lynn Nichols reported and provided images and videos of a leucistic hummingbird (Ruby-throated).


  • Ohio, Columbus:   July 31, 2015.  Lynn Nichols reported a leucistic hummingbird.  
  • Ohio, Jefferson Township, Preble County - 7/30/2015: Pied Ruby Throated Hummingbird video submitted by Jeff Golden submitted  (please refer to below link).

Video Link

  • Ohio, Inniswood Metro Gardens, Westerville - Bruce Satta, Photographer (bruce.satta [at] yahoo dot com) reported and photographed a partial-white, female Ruby-throated Hummingbird (featured above - but also on the Featured Bird Page) - Oct. 18th, 2013 - (?)
  • Ohio, Napoleon - Leucistic Hummingbird (9/2010)
  • Ohio, Chagrin Falls - Albino Hummingbird (True / Partial ?) (9/2009)

White Hummingbird Sighting in Ohio


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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