Park rangers working around Beaver Lake in Rogers made the discovery and got proof with a photograph.
The Arkansas Game & Fish Commission Facebook page shares the story and picture:
How many folks have really seen an albino squirrel? Check out this photo and story from Park Ranger Dylan Edwards and Beaver Lake - thanks for sharing Dylan!
"We recently discovered this little guy in one of the parks on Beaver Lake. He currently lives in a hollowed out oak tree and normally doesn't stray too far from his home. This is probably due to poor eyesight. He is in fact an Albino and not just "white." This squirrel has pink eyes signifying the absence of melanin and pigmentation which probably affects his vision. The chances of a squirrel being born with albinism are roughly 1 in 100,000. Pretty cool stuff to say the least. Hopefully he will stay at Beaver Lake for many years to come!!