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July 1, 2015 By Alexandra Vitulano, Finger Lakes Community Development Center Intern. Finger Lakes Institute.
Right in the middle of Seneca County, NY, the former Seneca Army Depot is home to the famous herd of white deer. Out of approximately 800 white tailed deer located in the fenced in Depot, almost 200 of them have white coats, hence they are called the white deer. Contrary to popular belief, these all white deer are not albino. They are like any white tailed deer, just with a genetic variation that causes their coats to be all white, instead of brown, as you’d typically see. These deer are considered important and almost sacred to many locals, yet pose a type of barrier for development. More…
December 23, 2015
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle Editorial Board
WGRZ TV News, July 23, 2011
WGRZ News from Buffalo did a great story on the former Depot and interviewed Dennis Money about the white deer.
This is one of our favorite television spots from when CBS interviewed our president, Dennis Money, in 2006:
CBS News: December 16, 2006
- Are the white deer at the former Seneca Army Depot doomed? (June 2104)
- Article: Field & Stream
- Article: How Much Room to Roam?
- Article: Old fortress yields to sightseers at Seneca Army Depot: Rochester D&C
- Comments on Proposed Master Use Plan
- Editorial: A National Treasure
- Editorial: The Seneca Army Depot-What Fate Awaits?
- Editorial: The White Deer are a Priceless Asset
- Girl Scout: The White Deer Need Your Help