National Geographic : 1937 Aug
vg iNatonal ujeograpnic society THEIR ASTONISHING TRAVELS MAKE UP FOR CONSERVATIVE APPAREL From South Sea lagoons, the Wandering Tattler (upper left) makes an annual cruise to Alaska. The American Knot (lower left, adult insummer finery left, young right) nests within a few hundred miles of the North Pole. In winter, the Aleutian Sandpiper (center pair, inwinter and summer plumage) resembles the hardy Purple Sandpiper (on rock, right). A notorious gypsy is the Sanderling (lower right pair, young left; also flying bird).