CBS features Seneca White Deer on national segment (full segment)

Earlier this month film makers from CBS were in Seneca County filming a segment, which aired on Sunday.

The segment, which was featured during the 10 a.m. hour on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley – is now available in extended format by clicking here.

Dennis Money, President of Seneca White Deer, Inc., called the attention a ‘big deal’ for his organization’s efforts to celebrate the uniqueness and history of the site. “As you might expect to get on a national TV program for even 1-2 minutes is a big deal and we sincerely appreciate how the local media has picked up on this ‘event’,” he explained. “This is a great way to kick off 2019.”

Carl Mrozek, who filmed the segment for CBS called the deer ‘ghostly’ and called the herd one of the more-unique happenings in nature. “They’re not albinos, but are leucistic, meaning they lack all pigmentation in the hair, but have the normal brown-colored eyes. Bottom line is that they’re kind of spooky and other-worldly and are the whitest things you are likely to see the rest of this year in much of the lower 48,” he said in an email.

Watch the extended segment by clicking here, or check out Dennis Money’s appearance on Inside the FLX in the video window below.