National Geographic : 1938 Apr
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE I m rC . t Ynotograph by J. L. McKay DEEP IN THE CANADIAN WILDS, A MOOSE PROTECTS HER BABY CALF Low-lying, swampy forests such as this, near the headwaters of the Kootenay River, in British Columbia, are their favorite summer haunts. Similar scenes also are common within Tweedsmuir Park. Few white hunters have penetrated far into its depths, but many are the tales of encounters with grizzlies and black bears that have come from sportsmen who have pushed up the valley of the Dean. 470 * <*n *i" A 3C 1 7 * "1 ;TI:" j *~i~ai'