For several years a piebald deer was seen nearly daily around the entrance to Cape Henlopen State Park. She (I never saw antlers on her) was part of the herd that made a living in the pine forest and on the parade grounds near the Nature Center. This photograph was taken in 2012 in a late afternoon warm sunshine moment. Piebald deer are the result of a recessive gene found in both parents, an uncommon likelihood. It is reported that around 2% of the total white tail deer population is piebald. We were fortunate to have her as she was a favorite siting for people visiting the park. It has been years since I last saw her and I have not seen another piebald there since. Has anyone else seen one? Do you remember this one?