In order to be a true albino it would need to have blue or pink eyes. It seems to have brown eyes. In which case it could be a melanistic variant, they also come in white not just black. Cute! Not really sparrow shaped though... But it is in a different country to the sparrows I'm used to, lol.
This inividual has a better chance of breeding white offspring than an actual albino as the other parent does not need to have the same recessive albino genes, since it does not seem to be a true albino. As far as I can tell, anyway.
eyes of this sparrow are absolutely red , unfortunately can't see it well cos' size of the image !This one is young and I saw how parents (absolutely ordinary colored birds) feeding it (of course i'm not a ornithologyst just say what I saw that day! Best regards and thanks for this interesting comment ,Bogdan!
It'll be interesting to see if next year that sparrow produces some white offspring... If it doesn't get killed for being so visible. They're smart little birds, cheeky and swift, hopefully it can survive. Hope you get photos of its babies next year!
There's defintely luck in this picture due to the albino sparrow, but also great skill for a great shot! Beautifukl contrast between the brownish background and the white little bird, with great light and focus too.