When you have a fawn (a baby deer), the deer is tawny colored with white spots. As it ages, it loses those white spots. Size can help determine if a deer is young or old, and antlers help a lot more with bucks, but only until the antlers stop growing. Even then, it’s hard to get an exact age in months or years. Teeth tend to be the best indicator if you can get that close (there’s a large chart on it in the first link below).
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