National Geographic : 1976 Feb
In Patagonia's wondrous wilds W HETHER BRAVING a 35-ton right whale close up (above) or composing the portrait of a two ounce common egret chick (left), the husband-wife team of Des and Jen Bartlett brings a compelling personal vision to the art of wildlife photography. Their photo essays on snow geese and beavers have delighted GEOGRAPHIC readers in recent years. In next month's issue the feast continues with spectacular color photographs of the right whale and other of the often bizarre, always fascinating wildlife of Argentina's remote Patagonian coast where parched desert and life-teeming sea come together. Let friends and relatives share such looks at the world. Nominate them for membership below.