Being albino is a very rare thing. Seeing albino animals in the wild is much more difficult to come across. Consider the albino whitetail deer.
The fact that they only exist in woods, pastures, and mountains has piqued the interest of many individuals for many decades. The first reason is that the likelihood of a deer being born albino is one in every 20,000 births.
Furthermore, albino deer have a particularly difficult time surviving till adulthood since they are often weaker than regular ones. Because of their uniform white hue, they stand out significantly more against natural backgrounds, making them more vulnerable to assault by predators.
Boulder Junction in Wisconsin, on the other hand, is quickly becoming a favorite destination for tourists who enjoy seeing natural albino deer with their own eyes. There are opportunities for people to see and photograph these animals, which are often found in large groups.
Experts and biologists are still baffled as to how such a large number of these “ghost deers” can be found in such a little region of land. The locals, on the other hand, are extremely protective of the strange white deer populations. They make every effort not to interfere with or hurt their native population.
Hunters are forbidden from pursuing or killing these animals since doing so would cut their large population.
These are the photos published by photographer Jeff Richter, who has published a compilation book of white deer photos shot in the area.
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