Muzzy Moment: Albino Fawn

Muzzy Moment: Albino Fawn

Though very rare, albino whitetails are nothing new to whitetail hunters and viewers of North American Whitetail TV. But what we don't have enough of is raw footage of these amazing deer. Which is exactly the reason why this footage is so incredible. Albino whitetails have been the focus of many Muzzy Moment segments over the years but none have spent as much time in front of a camera as this striking albino fawn.

This fawn was first spotted in July 2013 and has been followed with a video camera at every opportunity since.

Watch the incredible footage in this Muzzy Moment segment.


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