We spent the past weekend on Saltspring Island. The front yard feeders where we were staying attracted a good crowd of birds about 90% of which were Dark-eyed Juncos. One particular bird was there most of the time and sported some discolouration on its head which I attribute to Leucism. The first two pictures are views from left and right showing that the discolouration is not symmetric.
The following view with the junco looking almost directly at the camera also clearly shows the left-right asymmetry.
There was also a small group of American Goldfinches that showed up occasionally. Some of them posed nicely for the camera too:
The back yard had some bird activity as well including a Chestnut-backed Chickadee, a Fox Sparrow and an American Robin.