More wildlife in its natural habitat by Walter King Stone. Click on images to enlarge.
"The duck-hawk nests on the ledges of rock precipices," from "Huns of the Air," a title reflecting a World War reference to German aircraft probably created by Walter Prichard Eaton in the January 1919 issue of Harper's Monthly Magazine.
"The sparrow-hawk in a pretty little falcon that does more good than harm," from the same issue. The tacky picture captions also reflect a perfunctory attitude on the part of story editors in this immediate post-war period.
"The cotton-tail rabbit beneath a tent of swamp shrubbery," from "Little Folks that Gnaw," by Walter Prichard Eaton in the Januar 1919 issue of Harper's Monthly Magazine.
"A chipmunk waiting expectantly for breakfast," from the same issue.
"In the fairy forests of the weeds," from the same issue. Can you believe this writing?
"Pawing up the snow for frozen apples," from "Deer in the Berkshires," by Walter Prichard Eaton in the February 1920 issue of Harper's Monthly Magazine.