Corvid Abnormalities

Abnormalities can be found in all life forms--corvids included. Here are some interesting photos I found of corvids with two abnormalities deformed beaks and partial albino-ism--leucistic or albino corvids.
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Leucistic (partially-albino) crow
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Albino Steller's Jay
Albino Steller's Jay
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Leucistic (partially-albino) magpie (Photo from Messybeast.com)
Leucistic (partially-albino) magpie (Photo from Messybeast.com)
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Leucistic (partially-albino) Jackdaw (Photo Source: Surfbirds.com)
Leucistic (partially-albino) Jackdaw (Photo Source: Surfbirds.com)
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Raven with a deformed bill
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Crow with deformed beak
Crow with deformed beak
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Crow with deformed beak
Crow with deformed beak
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Steller's Jay with deformed beak
Steller's Jay with deformed beak
--- Read about THE MYSTERY OF THE LONG-BEAK SYNDROME here. Or you can read Passerines with Deformed Bills by Julie A. Craves (an article) here. There seems to be a high concentration of birds with deformed beaks in the Pacific Northwest--I wonder why.