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    wow! havent seen an albino in a long time. there i was, 430am waiting for the traffic light at columbia/ridgedale and a albino saunters across the road. big fat doe. what a sight.

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    All white with pink eyesand nose??? Or a piebald with some brown or grey with dark eyes and nose?? Either way they are awesome to see!
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    My wife has seen an albino on Columbia and JFK parkway too.
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    I seen them at beemeadow park, so many deer there!

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    104smar you work in the area there ??? i'm work right on rt 24 and punchbowl rd in morristown

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    Where I live down south here browns mills area I see all white not albino just about every day. Seen a cream one a few months ago there real cool but there like pets. When you see them they don't even care your there but the regular deer will be gone in a flash. Sometimes walk around your house just like there your pet weird.

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    That intersection is right near Bordy's. Around the corner there is a KFC. My wife and I saw an awsome buck while we were eating lunch one Sunday afternoon. It was huge, and was just walking around like it was looking for a place to park.I've seen lots of deer there and a piebald also.

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    There is a piebold in the small wooded area ajacent to Livingston Mall. I see it there sometimes on my way to work. Perhaps this is all the same deer.

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    I have video of that piebold near the liv. mall.She has been there for at least 3 years. She had 2 fawns this year ,both normal

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    There are a couple of piebalds in the Watchung Reservation too.
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