National Geographic : 1932 Sep
RUDDY TURNSTONES, OR CALICO-BACKS, ON RAILING OF APPROACH TO PORT ORANGE BRIDGE, FLORIDA They are waiting near an oyster-shucking house for the dumping of empty shells, among which they search forfood. These little waders are more ornate than members of the snipe family, to which they are related. Photographs byGeorge Shiras, 3d GULLS AND TERNS ON THE BEACH NEAR PONCE DE LEON INLET, FLORIDA At low tide many waterfowl gather on the bare sand near the mouth of this inlet. In this photograph areherring, ring-billed, black-headed, orlaughing gulls, and royal terns.