National Geographic : 1930 Jul
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by Amos Burg "SONG 0' THE WINDS" IS HAULED OUT OF SALT WATER AT SKAGWAY After voyaging northward from the canoe was shipped from Skagway the waters of the Yukon. Juneau among the islands of the Alexander Archipelago, over the White Pass Railway to Lake Bennett, where head Photograph by Fred A. Hill STUDYING THE EXPRESSION OF AMERICA'S NATIONAL EMBLEM Bald eagles, or "white heads," are numerous along the Alaskan coast among the islands of the Alexander Archipelago. They often gorge themselves on dead fish gathered alongshore, especially on the great salmon rivers, until they cannot fly. Sometimes Alaskans complain that they interfere with blue-fox farming by killing the animals for food. This is a young bird.