For those that don’t know, a piebald is an animal – typically a mammal such as whitetail deer or horse – that has spotting of white and black patches on its coat. This is due to the color of a piebald’s skin underneath the coat, which may vary between black (under the black patches of hair) and pink (under the white patches.)
Generally speaking, the coloring is asymmetrical, so you might see some deer with a little brown mixed in with a mostly white coat. Or in some cases, like the deer in the video below, a mostly white coat with splashes of black spots AND some brown.
Check it out: