2007-07-25 18:06:33 ET
I found my answer.
Even in species characterized by being all black, one will still occasionally find variations, most of which appear to result from varying degrees of albinism, such as:
an otherwise all-black crow stunningly contrasted by a full set of brilliant, pure-white primary feathers.
complete covering in varying shades of grey (generally tending toward the darker side)
blue or red, rather than swarthy eyes (blue being more common than red).
Some combination of the above
Instead of looking up the specific white crow I looked up crows and found this. Yay. lol