It had a big body. Can't wait to see what it grows into.
As for my baby... I went to check on my food plot (which looks like crap) and set up my trail cameras. When I left, a mile away from where I hunt were 3 albinos, one of which had a very large body. From last year's video, you saw that the doe had a normal colored fawn. I obviously have a very strong albino gene in my area of Jefferson County. She could've been one of the 3 I saw on Sunday.
I'll be anxious to check the camera in a few weeks.
I brushed out a new ground blind too, so I'm thinking it would be awesome to get video of her at eye level.
I saw plenty of other deer. I didn't see the same bucks over and over. Nor did I see the same doe that had twin buck fawns. But I saw the albino all the time telling me she stayed resident.
There were times I could see the top of her head bedded in the swamp. I could see her walking through the woods to go to the neighbors field. Her being so visible really told me a bigger story about when deer move, how they move, etc. OR, because she's so visible, her living/moving habits may be different than normal deer. I don't know. I do know that she got bred by the 2nd largest buck on the property so we'll see what happens.
In the end, seeing her was a thrill. I've read that their eyesight is bad. She skylined me once at 10 yards, looked at me for about 5 seconds, and then began feeding again.
5 more months...