National Geographic : 1939 Jul
STALKING BIG GAME WITH COLOR CAMERA l iv auonai i.eograpnic society Asooacnrome Dy \\ enaell 'Lnapman IN LONG WHITE STOCKINGS A BABY MOOSE GOES WADING His mother (Plate III) calls to him in low guttural grunts from her feeding place in deeper water. He responds obediently with shrill little squawks. A slight noise, such as the breaking of a twig, although not startling enough to rouse the parent to action, will set up a loud and lengthy chatter between parent and calf. When the youngster grows up, he will be taller than an ordinary horse.