Rare Albino Buck So Beautiful It Moves Hunter Hiding in Tree to Tears

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People who love hunting really seem to enjoy every aspect of the experience that comes before, during and after a hunt.

If a hunt is coming up, even if its months away, hunters are enthusiastically thinking about and preparing for the trip.

The hunt itself is an unforgettable experience, each unique and filled with its own adventure.

When all is said and done, the hunting experience naturally leads to many moments reminiscing about the trip, while simultaneously planning and thinking about the next one.

It’s safe to say that hunters often seem to have hunting on the brain. And after this incredible sighting of a rare albino deer, a hunter from Middle Tennessee will have an incredible story to cherish for a lifetime.

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For Amy Henderson Hall, a recent hunt in Williamson County, Tennessee, left her amazed, teary-eyed, and forever grateful.

While in the woods, an albino 12-point buck walked right underneath her perch and stayed close for about half an hour.

The amazing buck looked almost like a unicorn with his pure-white color and dark antlers atop his head.

Hall could scarcely believe what she was seeing in the surreal, magical moment.

Hall was thrilled at what she called a “once in a lifetime” experience. She quietly took video and pictures, marveling at the rare beauty standing before her eyes.

“I teared up and was totally amazed,” Hall wrote on Facebook.

Hall explained that shooting and harvesting an albino whitetail deer is illegal since the species is protected. Hall wasn’t even tempted to shoot the beautiful buck.

“I just enjoyed him and shot the 8pt that came right after,” she commented on Facebook along with a picture of her kill.

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Have you ever had the experience of seeing an albino animal out in the wild?

The hunting community is pretty excited about her find, understanding the rare and very special opportunity Hall experienced.

“As a hunter, I truly loved this once in a lifetime opportunity to watch him,” Hall told WZTV.

In true hunter-brain fashion, there’s no doubt Hall will be reminiscing about the big white beauty for a long time to come.

Have you ever had the experience of seeing an albino animal out in the wild?

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A graduate of Grand Canyon University, Kim Davis has been writing for The Western Journal since 2015, focusing on lifestyle stories.
Kim Davis began writing for The Western Journal in 2015. Her primary topics cover family, faith, and women. She has experience as a copy editor for the online publication Thoughtful Women. Kim worked as an arts administrator for The Phoenix Symphony, writing music education curriculum and leading community engagement programs throughout the region. She holds a degree in music education from Grand Canyon University with a minor in eating tacos.
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