Here is a pic of a white deer that resides in a residental area
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Mon, 2006-08-07 11:40
Mon, 2006-08-07 11:45#1
Am I seeing things or is one of those albino?
Mon, 2006-08-07 11:46#2
those are worth a little bit of money....you might wanna stretch the ole bow out ;)
Mon, 2006-08-07 11:48#3
Redrider , your not seeing things it's an albino for sure It,s behind a service station in pictou co.
Mon, 2006-08-07 11:55#4
That's great. We use to have one come out behind our house when I was growing up. It came out to eat with the cattle. I think she thought she was a calf.
Fun to watch
Mon, 2006-08-07 12:04#5
Redrider , my son mark magnum took the pic .I have pics of him when he was 3 years sitting in the canoe and catchin nice trout . He got the bug honest .he'll be 29 in sept .he and I still love to hunt and fish together .We cant wait for the end of sept to get out with the bows
Mon, 2006-08-07 12:05#6
Speaking of cattle, I saw a decent buck get into a small fenced in area with a group of 6-7 young bulls and those bulls knocked the crap out of that buck. I'm actually not sure the buck survived. He couldn't get out of the enclosure and the bulls, which looked 3 times the size of that buck, kept head buttin' and trampling that buck. I watched it all from a highway and the land was posted and didn't know the owner, otherwise I would have checked it out a little closer.
Mon, 2006-08-07 12:07#7
That's great you have that kind of relationship. I hope my kids will still enjoy the outdoors when they get into adulthood.
Mon, 2006-08-07 12:10#8
buck and bulls
I bet that was hilarious to see .I saw a doe one time hitting a fence with the square holes in it she nailed it 4 or 5 times before she decided to jump over it . actually I saw that twice and it was hilarous both times
Mon, 2006-08-07 12:16#9
father and son
That relationship slackened off for a little while when he got the woman fever but when the novilaty wore off that . we continued the outdoor life and are still at it today I'm sure your kids will stick with U to If they take the all out intrest in the hunting and fishing
Mon, 2006-08-07 14:54#10
I can't tell for sure, but that doesn't look completely white to me. It looks like what they call a "pieball" deer.
The hide is partially white, partially brown like a palamino horse. They have a full mount of one in the Bass Pro Shop near me. Neat looking deer, I'm not sure I'd shoot one, though. I guess it would depend on the size of the antlers.