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Piebald deer.

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My father-in-law got a picture of a piebald deer (brown with lots of white coloring, like a hereford deer) about 100 yards from where I'll be hunting this weekend. I find that pretty cool, but I'm not sure if I'd be able to shoot it or not. I know that it will be cool to see in the wild. I'd post the pic but it was in the evening from a long ways away, so its really grainy, but its definitely a deer with pibaldness.

I guess I'd like to know if you would shoot it or not. I've never actually seen one in the wild before, which is strange because I've seen albinos, which are more rare.

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Shoot!!! and then mount... nothing more to say...

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I saw one monday at work near Rice (Contact Us Please) Park in Owatonna. They guy brought it to the park to register it. It was a 1.5 yr old 6 pointer. Had white dots all over it like a giant fawn. Really cool to see.

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