ROMULUS — A frequent contributor to CBS Sunday Morning visited the former Seneca Army Depot in Romulus, NY, last week to get video of the famous white deer for the nationally-viewed program.

Carl Mrozek, who has provided wildlife footage to CBS Sunday Morning for more than 22 years, said he expects the video to air on Sunday, Dec. 30 edition of the show.

Paul Kronenwetter, tour guide for White Deer Tours and member of the Seneca County Board of Supervisors, accompanied Mrozek on the full-day excursion into the former Depot.

Kronenwetter said, “I always love doing tours for the public in our buses, but it was really something special to spend a full day, just looking at the white deer and trying to get that perfect shot. It was especially nice because, with the leaves off the trees now, it’s much easier to see the deer.”

In addition to CBS Sunday Morning, Mrozek has contributed to TV series on the Discovery Channel and PBS, as well as working with Wild America, Profiles in Nature and The American Sportsman. Based in Lancaster, NY, he is currently in production on a documentary on American wolves and another on wild horses.

White Deer Tours conducts 90-minute, narrated bus tours of the former Seneca Army Depot several times a day, Friday through Sunday, throughout the winter. Visitors can find detailed tours schedules and make reservations online at senecawhitedeer.org, or by calling (315) 759-8220. White Deer Tours are presented by Seneca White Deer, Inc., a non-profit, 501(c) 3 organization, working to preserve the unique wildlife and military history of the former Seneca Army Depot through conservation, ecotourism and economic development.