National Geographic : 1950 May
(c) National Geographic Society + Hoatzin, Wearing a Comanche Tuft, Has the Look of an Outraged Chicken Disturbed, this bird with the rare eyelashes screeches protests, and flaps from tree to tree. Its nestlings dive, swim, and, using wing claws, climb trees. A musty odor, objectionable apparently even to piranhas, gives hoatzin the name "stinking pheasant." Kodiachrones by Paul A. Zahl + Boat-billed Night Heron Owes Its Name to a Beak Like an Inverted Boat This Venezuelan bird has large liquid eyes and a long mane of blue-black feathers. Like other night herons, it hunts by dark and sleeps by day. During the nesting season it congregates in close association with ibis, egrets, and other marsh birds.