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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by sricen, Nov 28, 2012.
I'd shoot it to, let the cheeseheads get mad. We've had a few spotted deer here, no solid Albino though. It's been 3-4 years since I've seen one.
We had one that was blonde, not albino and not pie-bold either. A blonde doe that came out into the pasture acrossed the street from my house at around 5pm every day until 2 days before bow season opened. Haven't seen her since, or I would be posting some pictures of her.
We have a piebald doe
What its piebald
Piebald is a skin pigment problem I think, maybe. Causes the deer to have white patches or white speckles on its hide.
If I'm not mistaken they should be harvested as they can be bad for the herd. Not sure where I read that and it may not be fact.
In some states it's illegal to kill an albino or piebald. Was watching a hunting show that had a good one walk out like 20yards couldn't shoot it said was illegal in that state.
We wondered about that with the 3 that we've seen over the years. Two of them had fawns, healthy, with no issues that you could see.
This is a piebald deer. I killed this down in.... just kidding, I have no idea who this is but thought it was a great picture.