102 said:Good grief Daryl.
Have you forgotten Bergmans rule about doe head shape?
as we move away from the cold months, and closer to summer, does become less and less swollen from being so close to the equator, thus resulting in smaller body appendages and smaller heads. The heads become more "cylindrical" in shape. Unlike bucks who have larger appendages and more "square" looking heads.
Wow...wildlife management 101.