National Geographic : 1953 Aug
© National Geographic Society 264 Wandering Tattlers, Disturbed near Their Nest, Chirp a Loud and Excited Protest Tattlers are known to nest on gravel bars, but only two sets of their protectively colored eggs have ever been discovered. Both finds were in Mount McKinley National Park. A Golden Plover stands on the farther shore. Fireweed nods beside Alaska's Savage River.