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Amazing pic thats a first for me, I have seen 2 albino but never a black one.
greta pics, really cool.
Maybe it's because the fawn is so dark but the eyes appear to be an aquamarine color. This also might be the reflection of the foliage around it, anyone else notice this?
BeastDaddy you need to realize what youre sayin then realize your the ignorant bastard
Beautiful pictures of an amazing animal, you never know what mother nature will throw at you next. I think if I saw a full grown buck in all black it might give me nightmares!
Is that an oxy-moron?I've never seen anything like that:)
Those are some really cool photo's, the black fawn's mother has a black face, guess it's in her genes to pass it on.
"we all love whitetails"
Yes we all love to shoot them because we are ignorant rednecks with no decency.
Nice that would be awesome to see in the woods, the only thing that I can think of that would top that is a black buck
Great photos we all love whitetails and it is really neat to see them in all their variations.
The photos were taken in a neighborhood north of Austin. For some reason that region of Texas has more melanistic deer than other regions of the country. Can't really tell what color the eyes are ...
What fantastic photos! To get us back on topic....
Where in Central Texas were these taken? What color are the eyes?
About 3-yrs ago we had a black fawn in the West Central part of MN here. Sure as can be, we had some gentleman go shoot it - it's a trophy! was his reasoning. Right, shoot a fawn - good one...
Let me guess, now that you've seen this, all of you dumb rednecks want to kill it don't you?
Photographer Richard Buquoi captured photos of this black whitetail fawn in a neighborhood north of Austin, Texas. All the deer pictured here are wild.
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