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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapdragon View Post
    I've been seeing photos of that deer in Crown Point on Facebook for a while now. She's a beauty.
    Are you sure it's the same photo? I will have to pass that along to my buddy if it is.
    Last edited by Mark 1911; 06-05-2019 at 07:37.
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    Maybe the same one. Theres one on the north side of lowell. Ive seen pictures from the past few years of it wondering around one side of town to the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hkindiana View Post
    But what causes the "palomino" deer (white with brown spots) that sometimes appear? I used to see a lot of them near the gun range in Bloomington.
    I believe it is a different type of mutation that affects the same gene as albinism. Unlike the mutation that leads to albinism, some pigment is produced but not as much as a normal deer so you get piebald deer that are part brown and part white.

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    There is an albino doe that stays on the adjoining property to ours . She has been there for roughly 8 years now . It has taken up residence with the farmers cattle , wherever they go she goes . Once hunting season rolls around he usually moves the cattle to a more secluded area away from the road . She's free to roam if she wants but seems content to stay with them .

    Several years back there was a albino buck as well . I only seen him a couple times , the last time was probably 2-3 years ago . I'm not sure what happened to him . He would travel quite a bit , so I assume he was probably taken during deer season .

    Pretty cool to be able to see her on almost a daily basis .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hkindiana View Post
    But what causes the "palomino" deer (white with brown spots) that sometimes appear? I used to see a lot of them near the gun range in Bloomington.
    I saw a piebald at Pigeon River SGA years ago. Spike buck. 1984 or 5.


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