morning. We do not know which state this photo came from, but the deer are apparently
hanging around near a backyard feeder in a residential area.
Whatever the case might be, this is a good example of albino deer behavior. Both animals
are yearlings and are likely still associating with each other because they have been
ostracised from the herd. This is common behavor in deer herds…the “normal” deer
shun the albinos to the point where the genetically inferior deer act as if they are
Dan Schmidt, D&DH Editor