Judy Fletcher of North Raleigh took this photo in 2012 of a white squirrel that has become a regular visitor to her backyard. Another of the rare beasts has been spotted nearby, a mainstay off Leesville Road.
Judy Fletcher of North Raleigh took this photo in 2012 of a white squirrel that has become a regular visitor to her backyard. Another of the rare beasts has been spotted nearby, a mainstay off Leesville Road. Judy Fletcher
Judy Fletcher of North Raleigh took this photo in 2012 of a white squirrel that has become a regular visitor to her backyard. Another of the rare beasts has been spotted nearby, a mainstay off Leesville Road. Judy Fletcher

‘It’s an oddity’ – a squirrel as white as snow causes a neighborhood stir

October 31, 2017 02:16 PM

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