National Geographic : 1946 Sep
The National Geographic Magazine Doughty Arctic Explorer, a Lapland Longspur Pauses Before Its Hidden Door In tangled roots of dwarf rhododendrons and crowberries it builds its secluded nest. In Siberia, Lapland, and Arctic America its tinkling summer song is heard. In migration, millions have perished during storms. SNationlal GeogUraphic Sociel" Kl Iacmhrois by Arthur A. Allen Home at Last after a 10,000-mile Round Trip to South America This little Black-poll Warbler, incubating five eggs in a dwarf spruce at timberline on Hudson Bay, must have traveled at least that far since leaving its home the previous August. It winters in Venezuela and Brazil.