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Unread 02-18-2012, 07:25 PM
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Snowball the Albino Doe

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This is a shot I took with my Nikon D700 and a borrowed 70-200mm f2,8 Nikkor lens. This is a deer called Snowball a wild deer that usually has twin fawns. She let us get only so close then she would turn and walk away.
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    Re: Snowball the Albino Doe

    Beautiful animal, never seen an albino in person.
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    Re: Snowball the Albino Doe

    They sure stick out in the woods. I had one around the house here my buddy Dan and I were hunting it pretty hard Dan finally got a shot on her with his ML but it went snap pop not bang the bullet fell out the bore about five yards from us. We figured it was mint to be so we left it alone.;-)

    Still see her every now and then
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    Re: Snowball the Albino Doe

    This doe was a very trusting deer. The locals claim she has twin fawns yearly.
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