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David Kasten

Albino Moose

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David Kasten    0
David Kasten

Pic was taken in ft. john british columbia,has anybody seen an albino moose or deer in person?

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harvey lee    13
harvey lee

I saw an albino deer many years ago up north when I was a young whipper snapper.

Cool looking Moose.

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zrmo440    0
zrmo440

Only in pictures. That Moose looks amazing.

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Cooter    0
Cooter

I've seen three albino deer over the years.

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frogtosser    7
frogtosser

I have seen a couple piebald whitetails but that moose looks cool.

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maros91    0
maros91

Very cool looking Moose. I have seen 2 albino's in the Mille Lacs area.

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David Kasten    0
David Kasten

you can consider yourself pretty lucky if you have. Spent many long days in the woods up that way and never seen anything like it.talk about some useful camoflauge..

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David Kasten    0
David Kasten

I think moose are pretty dang cool animals just in general. My friend moved to alberta and iv been up there a couple times to visit him and we go camping for a week in Bristish Columbia everytime i do and its pretty nice country side up that way.

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Nate McVey    0
Nate McVey

Last summer Rod and Gun and myself spotted a albino deer in Two Harbors...........haven't seen it again, so I hope it is still out there.

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maros91    0
maros91

I have only seen one moose in my lifetime. I was driving on the Gunflint with my wife looking for moose. We drove all the way up and we started heading back when we turned a corner and there was a huge cow about 20yds in front of my car eek.gif. Coolest thing I have ever seen! grin.gif

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David Kasten    0
David Kasten

it is illegal in minnesota to harvest an albino deer is it not?

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maros91    0
maros91

I am not sure. I don't think it is. I remember seeing a pic of a person that harvested one probably a couple of years ago NW of Mille Lacs Lake.

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walleyefisher0990    0
walleyefisher0990

We saw an albino deer in one of the state parks by Mille Lacs it was a little doe, pretty cool to see though.

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WingNut    0
WingNut

Those pics are amazing. Thanks for sharing. The locker plant in St.Joe has a full body mount of a albino doe laying down in a glass encasement that is pretty cool also. Was shot near St.John's university just down the road.

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David Kasten    0
David Kasten

yeah, they were sent to me by a buddy living in alberta.

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Nate McVey    0
Nate McVey

 Quote:
it is illegal in minnesota to harvest an albino deer is it not?

As long as it has a spot (dime size even) of brown, it is not considered an albino and can be taken. That's my understanding anyway.

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ozzie    71
ozzie

there is not a law protecting albino deer in the state of MN....wisconsin on the other hand there is a law preventing you from shooting an albino

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UMDSportsman    0
UMDSportsman

It is not illegal to kill an albino deer in minnesota. Actually i have heard that they would like to see them killed. They are Genetic Defects. A person in our party killed an albino last year. we saw it maybe twice in the summer before season.

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onthejob2

Not one, but two ! Truly amazing ! These animals were photographed just north of the Wisconsin border on a highway near Marenisco , MI .

Once in awhile there is an opportunity to take in a piece of nature that you may never see. In these days of unrest and turmoil it is great to see that Mother Nature can still produce some wondrous beauty.

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David Kasten    0
David Kasten

I had a customer send me a picture two years ago of a black deer, harvested in wisconsin.

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David Kasten    0
David Kasten

nice pics onthejob. does anybody have a picture they'v taken personally?

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sticknstring    0
sticknstring

A few more from the same email forward...

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onthejob2

Rest of pics from e-mail:

4.jpg

3.jpg

2.jpg

1.jpg

Never taken a pic myself.

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Coach1310    1
Coach1310

Great pics! It IS NOT ILLEGAL to harvest an albino deer in Minnesota. It is, however, illegal to harvest an albino deer in Wisconsin as they are protected.

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Coach1310    1
Coach1310

UMDSportsman- Where do you hunt? I see you said someone harvested an albino in your party, just curious as to where as I see you have two towns listed. Thanks!

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