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Barbarossa 12-07-2012 1:21 PM

What do you see in this photo?
 
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-H...o%2520Deer.JPG

DirtyDave 12-07-2012 1:23 PM

Albino Deer

Dark Sky Solutions 12-07-2012 1:26 PM

I see a man standing there with a albino deer hat on

NytWolf 12-07-2012 1:30 PM

That man just happens to be a protester.

Barbarossa 12-07-2012 1:44 PM

Ghost Deer!

:D

Guess there is a population of them around Delevan. This was north near Sac NWR.

tony270 12-07-2012 1:45 PM

When I first saw it I thought robodeer.

tony270 12-07-2012 1:49 PM

Out of towners kill white buck, and the towns folks are pissedoff.

http://www.channel3000.com/news/Kill...6720#f23ebad3c

chicoredneck 12-07-2012 2:34 PM

Interesting. I made a post in late October about an albino buck that was killed near where the photo was taken. Was this photo taken before the buck died or is this a different one?

I made a post on the JHO forum about the white buck and a lot of people claimed to have seen albino deer within the same general area. I thought that maybe people were seeing the same buck, but maybe they were seeing several different deer.

olhunter 12-07-2012 2:34 PM

Giant, funny looking ducks and a great big, long legged jackrabbit, dirt, bushes, reeds, telephone pole and wires. Oh, and some water.

Is this a trick?

Did I win some Interweb coupons?

Barbarossa 12-07-2012 2:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chicoredneck (Post 9872065)
Interesting. I made a post in late October about an albino buck that was killed near where the photo was taken. Was this photo taken before the buck died or is this a different one?

I made a post on the JHO forum about the white buck and a lot of people claimed to have seen albino deer within the same general area. I thought that maybe people were seeing the same buck, but maybe they were seeing several different deer.

This was about 2 weeks ago

I did come across this:
Quote:

Mastrup had heard the same stories for years but didn't see his first albino mule deer until the early 1990s, while trapping pheasants for relocation at Delevan National Wildlife Refuge, east of Maxwell in the Sacramento Valley's Colusa County.
Seems they've been in the gene pool for quite come time.

Dr-Death 12-07-2012 2:45 PM

sharks

Barbarossa 12-07-2012 2:49 PM

We really have turned into AR15.com :(

lewdogg21 12-07-2012 3:52 PM

It's an epidemic of white deer...

that would be some nutty stuff to see while in the blind.

jtv3062 12-07-2012 7:13 PM

Looks a lot like these.
http://i1114.photobucket.com/albums/...2/IMAG0419.jpg

sierra m37 12-07-2012 7:18 PM

Is that a bird doing one of your decoys in the middle?

DannyInSoCal 12-07-2012 7:20 PM

Bewbs.

I see bewbs.

I always see bewbs...

boomer135 12-07-2012 8:47 PM

aha "The GHOST"

DSB 12-07-2012 8:58 PM

Dinner.

KWalkerM 12-07-2012 10:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sierra m37 (Post 9873918)
Is that a bird doing one of your decoys in the middle?

i was wondering the same thing...:confused:

NorCalXJ 12-08-2012 11:16 AM

deer that wants to be a duck

lewdogg21 12-08-2012 1:57 PM

Maybe barb sluiced his snow goose decoy and its taking on water. When I was younger and dumber i would sluice crips in the decoys and so my Dad made me drill and drain them. Now Ill wait for crips to clear like a smart guy.

mzhunter 12-08-2012 6:31 PM

bigfoot !!!!!!

in all reality they are called ( piebald deer )

what do i win for the first to get it right ????

elx144 12-09-2012 3:56 PM

looks like a killer bunny

jm13690 12-09-2012 4:33 PM

I remember back in the early 90's there used to be a herd of albino deer that would rest right off of the 580 in Castro Valley. You could see them as you drove by.

jtv3062 12-09-2012 5:26 PM

See my picture. they're not albino deer. These two were together will the rest of the herd was about 500 yards on another ridge. These were not bothered by my presence as I drove up to the water tank that theyre grazing next to.

http://i1114.photobucket.com/albums/...IMAG0422-1.jpg

DirtyDave 12-09-2012 7:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Barbarossa (Post 9871632)

I see me putting on my waders to go get my deer...

SteveMartin 12-09-2012 7:17 PM

A target rich environment?

Barbarossa 12-10-2012 3:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jtv3062 (Post 9885226)
See my picture. they're not albino deer. These two were together will the rest of the herd was about 500 yards on another ridge. These were not bothered by my presence as I drove up to the water tank that theyre grazing next to.

Those look like fallow deer.

This was not.

Article from 1997 talking about Albinos near Delavan. this was by Sac NWR.

ALBINO MULE DEER A RARE, EERIE SIGHT. Daily News
Nov 20, 1997


Those aren't my deeks thankfully.

jtv3062 12-10-2012 4:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Barbarossa (Post 9890993)
Those look like fallow deer.

This was not.

Article from 1997 talking about Albinos near Delavan. this was by Sac NWR.

ALBINO MULE DEER A RARE, EERIE SIGHT. Daily News
Nov 20, 1997


Those aren't my deeks thankfully.

I was responding to jm13690 post, about seeing albino off hwy 580.

I know of a albino elk nw of Willits.

Barbarossa 01-04-2013 3:37 PM

Found the gal last week :(

Looks like she was hit by a car, and dragged herself off the road.

White as snow.

Snapped a photo and let her be in peace.

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-l...r%2520dead.JPG

joearmstrong 01-04-2013 9:18 PM

Its a wizards patronus. Nobody will admit it but you have all seen the harry potter movies!! Ok Im embarrassed I know that.....:banghead:

Shoot-it 01-05-2013 8:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sierra m37 (Post 9873918)
Is that a bird doing one of your decoys in the middle?

Lmao I see it now sure looks like it.:laugh::rofl2:

RobertSmith 01-05-2013 9:02 PM

That white animal looks like the Easter Bunny.


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