occurring genetic mutations are part of the evolutionary process and
color mutations are some of the most visually exciting to humans.
A book by Jeff Richter on the white deer of Wisconsin was featured on PBS.
There are reports of black deer in Texas, photographed beautifully by Richard Buquoi.
And Georgia has the rare piebald deer sighting.
Isn’t nature amazing?
Mink and fox have color mutations in the wild too.
And farmers have developed
many, many more by selectively breeding the animals, even creating a
mink with spots called “jaguar mink.
Learn about farm raised mink and fox colors and visit an auction to see the pelts up close.