I have a famiily group of Roe that quite often hang around and feed just outside the fence at the bottom of my garden. I spend hours just watching them. Magic. Theres an older buck, doe and their young from last year - a doe and a knobber. However the young knobber has a prominent pure white stripe running down his back from his head, a gap at the shoulders, and then on down to his rump. He looks and acts completely normal otherwise.
How common is this? I have never seen it before although I am relatively new to stalking.
I was thinking of taking him out about now, before he gets "sent elsewhere" by the older guys but should I leave him be?
Apologies if this is a common thing but its new to me.