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02/01/2012

Your best chance for a look at an albino deer in Minnesota

If you want to get a look at an albino deer in the wild in Minnesota you might want to travel to Father Hennepin State Park on the south shore of Mille Lacs Lake in central Minnesota.

As reader Corey Belkstrom of Rochester pointed out in an email to me, there is a small herd of albino deer in the park and they're protected from hunters. (Albino deer can reproduce, but they usually don't live long in areas where they're not protected because they're so highly visible during the hunting season.)

Corey passed along several photos that he took last summer, including the one below.

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