National Geographic : 1937 Jun
Photograph by Arthur A. Allen PAUL KELLOGG EAVESDROPS ON A CARACARA NEST This tower, which folded up into the box on top of the truck, could be erected in ten minutes and raise the photographer 20 feet into the air, thus saving the laborious toil of climbing. The caracara's name comes from its raucous cry, which to Dr. Allen sounded more like "blah-blah." Photograph from W. E.Browne BLUE JAYS CAPTURE TITBITS ON THE WING W. E . Browne of Grandin,Florida, has trained many ofhis birds tocatch fragments of peanuts tossedinto the air. While the expedition was recording the voices of some of Mr. Browne's feathered friends, aFlorida wren became intrigued with the sound truck and started anest init(page 699).