I was going through trail camera pic this weekend and came across a doe fawn that really stood out to me. I posted pics on facebook and did some google searches to try to get more info on what the condition of this doe was but all I could find was that it could be "ocular albinism". From what I have read, it is caused by a bad X chromosome. It is very rare in does as they have two X chromosomes and if one is bad the other will take over to keep from getting the mutation of the color of the eye. Other than that, I know nothing about this condition. I was wondering if anyone has more information on this and if would be a deer to cull or get into contact with someone so they could do research on her. Or just leave her be like any other doe. Any info or knowledge would be greatly appreciated!