I read a paper about how to read dear tracks to tell if a deer is a doe or a buck. The paper said that if you can find both front and rear tracks then you can tell because a Doe has wide rear hips for birthing and a Buck has wide front shoulder due to the larger chest and to support the antlers. I found some tracks while scouting on post one day and I'm not sure if what I found is a set of front and rear tracks or just two dear stepping in the same spot as there are a lot of deer using this path.

If my theory is correct though then this would be a doe's tracks


and this would be a bucks print


Anyone got any good guidance here?