Shelton, Connecticut: White Squirrels of Shelton

The white squirrels of Shelton are not albinos -- they have black eyes, not red. But they are white, and there are a lot of them.
Riverview Park, Shelton, CT
Hwy 8 exit 14 into town. The squirrels are particularly abundant on the north side of town in Riverview Park, and on the south side of town along Coram Rd.
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Albino Squirrels

Albino squirrels also call Shelton home. According to the older residents, the albinos have been here for many years. And the numbers keep soaring.

[GordanT, 01/04/1998]

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