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. Familiar life in field and forest; the animals, birds, frogs, and salamanders . IELD AND FOREST. foxs bark, however, is one short, suddenly loudsquall, bearing not the remotest resemblance to thebark of a setter. The terriers bark may be a greatdeal nearer in pitch, but it is quite as far off in qual-ity of tone. Indeed, between the dog and the foxthere is, after all, very little similitude. Reynards burrow is usually onthe border of the wood, and per- jggjgjhaps beside some old stump; notinfrequently he resorts to saferretreats beneath the broken rockswhich have fallen from the steep ^|ledg

. Familiar life in field and forest; the animals, birds, frogs, and salamanders . IELD AND FOREST. foxs bark, however, is one short, suddenly loudsquall, bearing not the remotest resemblance to thebark of a setter. The terriers bark may be a greatdeal nearer in pitch, but it is quite as far off in qual-ity of tone. Indeed, between the dog and the foxthere is, after all, very little similitude. Reynards burrow is usually onthe border of the wood, and per- jggjgjhaps beside some old stump; notinfrequently he resorts to saferretreats beneath the broken rockswhich have fallen from the steep ^|ledg Stock Photo
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. Familiar life in field and forest; the animals, birds, frogs, and salamanders . IELD AND FOREST. foxs bark, however, is one short, suddenly loudsquall, bearing not the remotest resemblance to thebark of a setter. The terriers bark may be a greatdeal nearer in pitch, but it is quite as far off in qual-ity of tone. Indeed, between the dog and the foxthere is, after all, very little similitude. Reynards burrow is usually onthe border of the wood, and per- jggjgjhaps beside some old stump; notinfrequently he resorts to saferretreats beneath the broken rockswhich have fallen from the steep ^|ledges of some mountain. He is a iflflrather strong - smelling animal, and tjlhis home is consequently not withouta characteristic odor, all the moreapparent in the dampness ofa summer evening. The fe-male bears her younganywhere from themiddle of March to ,<*$ the middle of April. Reynards ta^^ She has from four to eight little ones, with the prettiest faces imagin-able. They make famous pets when captured earlyin life, but unfortunately turn out treacherous andsly in the end..