From Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks: This bear was captured by our Bear Management Specialist near Olney, northwest of Kalispell after it got into trouble. They were surprised to find they had an albino black bear, about 4 years old and 150 pounds. Albinos have very poor eyesight and tend to not live as long as a result. However, there have been several albino black bears shot within 30 miles of here and there was an albino bear reported in Columbia Falls earlier this year. As you can see in the photos, this bear was generally covering its eyes from the light but it has no pigmentation with pink eyes and skin. It was released in Glacier Park where hopefully it will stay out of trouble and would be protected from hunting.
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Albino Elk

We don’t really have too much to go by with these photos other than the fact these bulls are reportedly free-roaming elk.
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The e-mail that came along with the photos also indicate that the photos were taken in Utah.
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Albino critters always seem to generate discussion among sportsmen who continually debate whether or not they would take one if afforded the opportunity. So what do you think?
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If you were out elk hunting in completely wild (unfenced) backcountry timber and came upon one of these guys, would you take him?
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See the ALBINO MOOSE here! See the ALBINO ELK here!
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See the ALBINO MOOSE here! See the ALBINO ELK here!
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See the ALBINO MOOSE here! See the ALBINO ELK here!
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See the ALBINO MOOSE here! See the ALBINO ELK here!
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See the ALBINO MOOSE here! See the ALBINO ELK here!

Awesome photos of albino deer, bears, elk and moose sent in from our readers.

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