While we'e on the subject of terminology,......How come so many people, even these so-called "experts" on TV, keep calling fawns "yearlings"??? As the word suggests, a "yearling" is an animal that is at LEAST one year of age, but less than two. It's actually a biological term used to describe an animal (any animal) of a certain age category. But fawns are NOT yearlings, that's for darn sure. It just amazes me how many hunters come off as sounding like ignorant fools by not using proper terminology, when describing game animals....Makes us ALL look like idiots........ I notice that AL now even puts a special paragraph in their fish and wildlife law book to discourage hunters from using the term "yearling" to describe a fawn! Glad at least SOMEONE is out there paying attention!