Squirrels are fascinating creatures, often seen darting up trees or foraging for nuts. While most of us are familiar with the typical brown or gray squirrels, there’s a unique variety that captures attention instantly: the white squirrel. But just how rare are these snowy-furred creatures?
The answer is, “White squirrels are not very rare. There are at least 20 colonies of white squirrels in the United States and there are frequent individual sightings away from these colonies in many states.”