A black fawn, at center, stands near an older, normally colored white-tailed doe and an albino fawn as he nibbles on the tree leaves in this grassy area on Sept. 1, 2017, in Pittsboro. There’s no way to know whether the black and albino fawns are siblings, however, white-tailed deer, which usually give birth to just one offspring at a time, do occasionally have twins. Leonard Raleigh shadow315@gmail.com
A black fawn, at center, stands near an older, normally colored white-tailed doe and an albino fawn as he nibbles on the tree leaves in this grassy area on Sept. 1, 2017, in Pittsboro. There’s no way to know whether the black and albino fawns are siblings, however, white-tailed deer, which usually give birth to just one offspring at a time, do occasionally have twins. Leonard Raleigh shadow315@gmail.com

‘Like a Sasquatch!’ Extremely rare black fawn emerges from shadows, joined by albino

December 08, 2017 12:14 PM