National Geographic : 1937 Aug
HOW CAN SHE COVER THOSE FOUR LARGE EGGS? A stilt sandpiper at Churchill, on Hudson Bay, undertakes her task (p. 209). The eggs of all shore birds are very large compared with the size of the parent. Photographs byArthur A.Allen A MALE WILSON'SPHALAROPE GETS BACK ONTHE JOB In all phalaropes the malesdo thework ofhatching theeggs and rearing the young (p. 188). This henpecked citizen was photographed inManitoba.