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

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

Hummingbird Information

Albino Hummingbird (White) Hummingbirds Information


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Albino Hummingbird sightings in Tennessee recorded in reverse chronological order:


  • Tennessee,  Murfreesboro: Whitney Qandt reports a leucistic hummingbird in her garden. She described it as follows: "feathers are definitely SOLID silver/white color with no markings/variations at all. First sighted 8/25/18. Last sighted TODAY 9/14/18. Multiple/daily sightings in between", September, 2018
  • Gallatin 37066.   Paul and Kay Joyce reported (with photos) a partial white hummingbird at their feeders since 9/07/17 and have watched it daily through 9/13/17.
White hummingbird in Tennessee, USA
  • Luray 38352 (9/20/2015).  Angie Burns submitted a photo (below) and the following information:  "The photo was taken by me on 9.20.15. The first sighting of the hummingbird was on 9.19.15 in the early evening. It returned to the feeder on 9.20.15 with other hummingbirds."


 

  • Bethpage (northern Sumner County).  September 1, 2015.  Reported by Amanda (gg179 [at]  aol dot com) with photos
     
  • Robertson County.  July 26, 2015.  White hummingbird reported by Ann Murray. 
     
  • Waverly.  White hummingbird video submitted by Jerry Jackson, 9/8/2014. 

  • Nashville: Joel Pepper  reported and submitted a photo of a partial white (pied) / leucistic hummingbird on August 30, 2014

White Hummingbird in Tennessee 

  • Collierville, July 2014: Leucistic Rubythroated Hummingbird photographed by Laura Lee Haygood

White Hummingbird

  • South Pittsburg - White hummingbird sighted by Melissa and Ricky Brown (tallant64@gmail.com) on 9/10/2012

White Hummingbird

  • Chattanooga - Leucistic Female Ruby-Throated Hummingbird sighted on Signal Mountain near Chattanooga by Bret Douglas on 9/6/2012
  • Tennessee, near Nashville, TN 37122. Albino Hummingbird visited feeders several times a day (photo below taken in Sept. 2011). It stayed for about 4 - 5 weeks. Photographed by Bill Wright Email : pcarguy@comcast.net

Albino Hummingbird

  • Nashville 37221 (8/9/11 and 8/11/11) Leucistic Unknown Species sighted in Cynthia's backyard

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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