National Geographic : 1950 Mar
4 Equipped with Field Glasses and Patience, General Arnold Enjoys Rich Rewards A chipping sparrow on the perch at his feet keeps the author company as he relaxes on the terrace of his Sonoma ranch. Both General and Mrs. Arnold delighted in the feeding stations scattered about the estate that attract many birds. + A Black-tailed Doe and Her Fawn Graze in the Early-morning Sunlight The fawn is about six weeks old and has just begun to travel with its mother. When danger threatens, it will fall to the ground and lie flat, its spots camouflaged like specks of sunlight on the forest floor. Black-tails thrive in Sonoma's heavy undergrowth.