National Geographic : 1943 Nov
The National Geographic Magazine Naked and Forlorn in a World of Tropical Heat Within two weeks these sightless infants, their waxy skins a salmon-orange hue, will resemble their cousins in the picture below. Two to a nest is usual. Island nesting grounds shield them from most natural enemies. r National CGeera;.hie Scietv K ldachromes by Lewis W. Walker Birds of No Feather Flock Together in a Struggle for Shade Youngsters from many nests begin community life with a scrimmage to put their neighbors next to the sun. The pile erupts when a pair fights its way free to join a food-laden parent.