Piebald deer are deer that have blotches of white coloration on portions of their hide that are usually dark in color. Albino deer are deer that lack pigmentation and have a completely white hide and pink eyes, nose and hooves. Piebald deer are much more common with some studies showing the trait may show up in one in 1,000 deer. Albinism is much rarer and may only be observed in one in 30,000 deer. There is also a very rare melanistic condition that causes a deer’s coloration to be extremely dark and sometimes black. This condition is much rarer than albinism.
This is a video capture of a half white 7 point that we had on our property, affectionately called Whitie. We passed him up to try to catch on video.
Unfortunately the neighbor took him out the
next year. We are trying to get a picture of the full body mount.
Still haven't figured this site out ? It used to be pictures of two albinos . .
Pure Albino Buck
Kent Jones took this Piebald with an old 54 cal.Thompson Center about 600 yards from his back door in December 05'
Look in the White Deer Scrap book for more photos sent in from the field.
White Deer Scrap Book
|What The Indians Thought||The White Deer of Patuxent|
|Ghost Deer for Xmas||Trailwood films - In search of the Albino|
|Whitetail Abnormalities||Albino Animals - interesting site|
|Three does, one Piebald||Live Piebald Doe|
|A good shot of a normal and white buck together||Save Our White Deer|
|2 bucks - one white||The rarest deer are dark not white|
|Piebald hunting story||Pretty pic of a piebald Doe|
|North American Whitetail Article||Young bucks Outdoors article|