National Geographic : 1925 Jul
TIHE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC M.\GAZINE TIIE IIEIAUS OR TEMPLES ON NECKER, NOW FREQUENTED ONLY BY BIRDS Large upright stones stand on a raised shelf built at the back of each level platform. The birds in the photograph are young Laysan and Black-footed Albatrosses, with a young Blue faced Booby in the center. i r Photographs by Alexander Wetmore TIlE WESTERN END OF NECKER ISLAND Camp for the author's shore party was established on the cliff at the left. above the landing ledge. The two tents were used for cooking and storage. The men worked and slept on the small ledges above, wherever there was room for a cot or col!ccting equipment (see page 78).