Lately our resident Piebald has brought in a young one.
We've only seen the piebald with the small herd of nine "regulars" a few times. She has always been alone until recently. Although I didn't get the best pix of it, the young one appears to have more white on it's rump and beneath it's tail than the traditional deer, just like the piebald doe.
Could it be another generation?
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