National Geographic : 1922 Apr
Brown Thrasher Feeding Its Young Make "Pets-at-Large" Your Spring Hobby You own the birds and wild animals. These two closer-to-nature books enable you to know and enjoy your pets-at-large in field or tree. These books are fascinating-useful-beautiful. They delight the outdoor minded-child or adult, photographer, sportsman, scientist, teacher, camp leader. The little folks never tire of their pictures and "truly" stories. The Book of Birds- T w o hundred and fifty full-color bird portraits by Louis Agassiz Fuertes - 308 illus trations. Those attendants at the summer bird concerts who would like to know the names of the feathered songsters or would identify winged creatures seen in meadow, thicket or water, will find this book invaluable. Henry W. Henshaw, the great protector of, bird life and famous ornithologist, charms every reader as he discloses the hidden beauties and romances of our neighbors in the trees. Wild Animals of North America One hundred and twenty-seven full-color plates by Louis Agassiz Fuertes-213 illustrations. The unique plates enable grown-up or child to identify instantly and accurately large and small animals seen in yard, park, zoo, or woods. Edward W. Nelson, Chief of the U. S . Biological Survey, with the art of the born narrator, admits us into the inner lives of the animals and reveals their habits and the im portant parts they play in our existence. 20o pages. Buckram, $3.00, postpaid in U. S. A. 2zo pages. Buckram, $3.00, postpaid in U. S. A. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, WASHINGTON, D. C. ------------------ CUT ON THIS LINE -------------- DEPT. 11, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, WASHINGTON, D. C.: Please send. Enclosed _---- _____ Dollars . c opies THE BOOK OF BIRDS; - _ -_ _ _- _c opies \ ILD ANIMALS OF NORTH AMERICA. NAME_ . _____ __ _ _____ \uDDRESS_ _______________________ (4-22) Obtainable only from the Society's Headquarters (4-22)Obtainable only from the Society's Headquarters -1922.