National Geographic : 1939 Oct
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE WITH LONG BOUNDS, A WHITETAIL BUCK AND DOE FLEE FROM PURSUING WOLVES They wear their brownish-gray winter coats. When excited, the still-abundant Virginia, or Whitetail, Deer raises its tail, whose white underside is the "flag'" that flashes and bobs as its owner runs. Q) National Geographic Society "STOP, LOOK, AND LISTEN, MY CHILDREN, IF YOU WANT TO paintings by Walter A. Weber LIVE AND LEARN!" A Whitetail doe in rusty-red summer dress and her two fawns freeze in mid-stride. Perhaps it is the youngsters' first sight of a muskrat on a fallen log.