Meet Tito the Coyote published as the lead piece in the August 1900 edition of Scribner's Monthly Magazine.
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Close-up of Tito. I will wager that Walt Disney (1901-1966) as a boy read these stories by Seton. With all due respect to Walt, this drawing of Tito is more realistic and believable and even more charming than Disney's fantasy illustration of animals.
Tito and her coyote companion whom the cowboys called Saddleback because of the dark patch on his shoulders.
Tito and Saddlebag's nightly duet. These sounds are all too familiar here now that coyotes have invaded New England. It is no longer safe to let a pet cat or small dog out of the house unattended. And even then, they have been known to pounce on a dog being walked by its owner.
A coyote about to pounce on a prairie dog trying to chew into a rolling apple.
A male and female Woodland Caribou as drawn by Ernest Thompson Seton from the April 1906 edition of Scribner's Monthly Magazine.
Seton's sketches of Norway Reindeer originally printed in black ink.