Another rare sighting! A white bald eagle was spotted in Oklahoma

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Photo via Fox 23 News

We have seen a rare white deer, but now a bald eagle?

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation shared a video on Twitter, saying, “Just in time for that World Cup win, we have a leucistic bald eagle sighting.”

Similar to the deer, its rare condition is not to be confused with albinism. It is a genetic condition that prevents pigments from reaching the feathers.

Officials also stated that the state seems to be a great place to spend your winter, especially if you are an eagle! They called it a treat to see the rare leucistic eagle in outdoor Oklahoma.

Story via Fox23.com News Staff

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