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TWRA: Albino deer spotted in Middle Tennessee

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Published: Nov. 21, 2018 at 10:55 PM EST
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The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency posted a picture of a rare albino deer spotted in Middle Tennessee.

According to the post, the pictures and video were captured by Amy Henderson Hall in Williamson County.

"He was marvelous. He hung out with me for about 30 minutes. He couldn't hear. Nothing spooked him at all. Getting so close to an albino was a once in a lifetime thing. It made me tear up a bit. Just special," she said.

TWRA says that it is illegal to harvest albino deer in Tennessee.

Albino Experience

Amy Henderson Hall sends in these photos and video of an albino white-tail deer from Williamson Co. Albino deer are illegal to harvest in Tennessee and are rare. She says, "He was marvelous. He hung out with me for about 30 minutes. He couldn't hear. Nothing spooked him at all. Getting so close to an albino was a once in a lifetime thing. It made me tear up a bit. Just special." Amy was also able to harvest a nice buck! Thanks for sharing! tnwildlife.org

Posted by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency on Wednesday, November 21, 2018

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