National Geographic : 1940 Jan
©James E.Stanley LONG-LEGGED, LONG-BILLED WOOD IBISES LOOK AS IF THEY WERE A PART OF THEIR ROOSTING TREE The two at the left seem to be romancing, but actually they are separated by several feet. On the upper part of one ofthe tallest limbs arethree snakebirds. Shoulders and head of a cormorant are barely distinguishable (bottom center). The group was photographed at Cuthbert Lake Rookery, near Cape Sable (page 142).