National Geographic : 1933 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph courtesy U. S. Biological Survey FREE LUNCH FOR A FEATHERED FRIEND A Florida jay at Sebring, Florida, taking food from the hand of Dr. E . W. Nelson, until recently chief of the U. S . Biological Survey and a contributor of notable natural-history articles to the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE (see page 71). Photograph by George Shiras, 3d EVEN A STUFFED OWL MAKES HIM SEE RED One of the chief delights of a group of Florida blue jays is to locate some sleepy old owl and worry him. This one is attacking a stuffed owl and is a bit puzzled because the victim shows no interest in his onslaught (see text, page 61, and illustration, page 58).