I was driving home from my folk's house a few nights ago when I ran across a herd of doe crossing the road. I stopped and let them go. What came next was one of the neatest things I've seen in the neighborhood, a piebald buck. He wasn't all that big, but his rack sprouted at least 10 points-- maybe 12. He was completely unafraid of my car, and I was able to get the cellphone out for a photo. Sadly, there was not enough light.
Two nights ago I was coming home late from shopping, and went to back into my drive. The same buck was in my front yard and came around the back of the truck and stood next to my window for a bit. His white markings move up from his belly and cover a good deal of his rear legs and a fair part of his chest.
I hope I can find him during daylight and get a picture for y'all.
Back in 2004, we saw our first piebald doe in the neighborhood with twin piebald fawns. Since then, that doe and her offspring have infused the piebald trait into the local herd in a big way. In '06 there was a mother/daughter pair that favored a neighbor's flower bed for midday napping. This is the first mature buck we've seen with the trait.