As Amy Mattson, of Meguon, was driving south of Port Washington, Wisconsin she caught an all-white, albino deer standing in the field.
The pink nose and presumably pink eyes means that this was most likely a rare albino deer, according to the state Department of Natural Resources. This isn’t to be confused with a piebald deer.
The chance of an albino deer being born in the wild is 1 in 20,000.
With all the hunters around this time of year, I suggest this all-white deer find some snow to blend in with.