National Geographic : 1945 Feb
The National Geographic Magazine O National Geographic Society Painting by Walter A. Weber Coatis, the Raccoon's Tropical Cousins, Parade Banded, Upright Tails Youngsters wander in bands; grouchy old males live alone. Coatis lately have invaded Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. Top to bottom: a tropical Redstart, a Forest Sparrow, and Quail Doves, all newly described by Alexander Wetmore from specimens obtained on the Tuxtla volcanoes in Veracruz. They are known only there.