Hard to find good info on this subject. Alabama doesn't exactly have the best record keeping in my book either. Her is what I did find:
The Whitetail Map Guide
is an interactive map that features white-tailed deer populations by county throughout the United States. It's based on I-Map's Outdoor Adventure Guide Map that includes a 3D topographic background and points for numerous topographic and manmade features. The Whitetail Map Guide is a great reference tool for all deer hunters, deer managers, or anyone interested in white-tailed deer.
The 1999 White-tailed Deer Density Map layer is provided by The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) and was compiled in cooperation with state fish and wildlife agencies, wildlife biologists, and GIS professionals. The QDMA is a non-profit wildlife conservation organization dedicated to ensuring a high-quality and sustainable future for white-tailed deer and white-tailed deer hunting. The QDMA's mission is to promote sustainable, high quality white-tailed deer populations, wildlife habitats, and ethical hunting experiences through education, research, and management in partnership with hunters, landowners, natural resource professionals, and the public.