Photographer Trudy DeVries writes: “We often have deer in our backyard, even though we live in a busy area of Langley facing the Langley airport. The other day I spotted this strange looking fawn with its twin and their mama behind our place. I looked it up on the internet and discovered it is called a piebald fawn. Its condition is caused by a recessive gene.” Send your photos of Langley to newsroom@langleytimes.com.

Photographer Trudy DeVries writes: “We often have deer in our backyard, even though we live in a busy area of Langley facing the Langley airport. The other day I spotted this strange looking fawn with its twin and their mama behind our place. I looked it up on the internet and discovered it is called a piebald fawn. Its condition is caused by a recessive gene.” Send your photos of Langley to newsroom@langleytimes.com.

Reader photo of the week: June 24

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