Pictures are at home, but here are some characteristics.
[ol][*]The nubs on a button buck often are visible with careful examination, especially through binoculars.
[*]A button buck's head is flat on top between the ears, while a doe's head is more rounded.
[*]Button bucks are more likely to be by themselves than other antlerless deer.
[*]If more than one fawn is present in a group, the larger of the fawns is likely to be a button buck.
[*]Button bucks are often the first to enter a field or feeding area.
[*]Button bucks tend to have a "blockier" body type than does or doe fawns.[/ol]
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