At first glance, you might think the above image is that of a large sheep or a tiny horse. In fact, what was spotted in a Michigan Metro Park last week is far
Brighton residents Mick McDonald and fiance Karen Illinik captured a drive-by video of an albino white-tailed deer grazing at Kensington Metro Park in Milford last Saturday. The deer appears to be a doe and was born in the park last May.
“I hope people see this and appreciate how beautiful this animal is,” McDonald told the Detroit Free Press. "I hope nobody thinks to hunt it and just stick it on a wall."
When visiting Kensington Metropark in Milford, keep your eyes peeled for this rare beauty! This albino white-tailed deer roams the forests of the 4,543 acre park. If you do come across it, count yourself lucky, research says your chances of seeing an albino in the wild are about 1 in 30,000! 📸: @neubecker.photo #PureMichigan #KensingtonMetropark #Milford #wildlife