National Geographic : 1951 May
© National Geographic Society '" His Lonely Tent Was the Author's Link with Civilization In southern Andros Dr. Zahl and his associate lived in forbidding mangrove swamps. Rain water caught in a tarpaulin quenched their thirst. Lizards, herons, flamingos, and vultures were the only signs of life. Kodachromes by Paul A. Zail 4 An Overturned Rubber Boat Served as Blind and Shelter Dr. Zahl concealed himself from birds, but ants had no difficulty finding him. He learned that wartime student flyers, by buzzing the Andros flamingos, had gravely disturbed the rookery's well-being.