A rare albino deer was caught on video at a park in Oakland County over the weekend.
The video, posted by Mick McDonald, shows the albino deer in Kensington Metropark in Milford.
A photo posted to the Pure Michigan Instagram page in early December also shows an albino deer in Kensington park. According to the post, research shows that your chances of seeing an albino in the wild are about 1 in 30,000.
When visiting Kensington Metropark in Milford, keep your eyes peeled for this rare beauty! This albino white-tailed deer roams the forests of the 4,543 acre park. If you do come across it, count yourself lucky, research says your chances of seeing an albino in the wild are about 1 in 30,000! 📸: @neubecker.photo #PureMichigan #KensingtonMetropark #Milford #wildlife
In 2008, the Michigan Natural Resources Commission approved a measure dropping a rule that banned hunting of albino deer.
Another photo from Steve Sapienza, pictured above, shows an albino deer in February.