The last time we had a white fawn born on the Mendonoma Coast was spring of 2009. This spring it happened again and Kay Martin was there to photograph the white fawn and its normal-colored sibling and their mom.
Below you can see this special fawn leaping.
This family has been seen near the ninth hole of The Sea Ranch golf course. The white fawn is already starting to show a little color on its flanks. It is not an albino; it is considered a towhead. It will eventually color up if it survives its lack of natural camouflage.
You never know what you are going to see next on the Coast! Thanks to Kay for allowing me to share her photos with you here.