The last time we had a white fawn on the Mendonoma Coast was 2009. A white fawn, with its normal colored twin, was born somewhere near the Salal Trail. They can often be seen near the 9th hole of the golf course. Roland Coombs got some wonderful shots of this special fawn.
Here it is with its sibling.
And below you will see the fawns racing across the golf course.
And here you can see the white fawn is starting to color up. It is considered a towhead, not an albino.
Thanks to Rolly for allowing me to share his photos with you here.