In becoming the first man to make a long-term study of gorilla home life, George B. Schaller is continuing a career crowded with research both in the laboratory and in the field. He was born in Germany 27 years ago and came to this country as a boy. His interest in wildlife and wilderness areas led him to enter the University of Alaska, where he met his wife Kay (shown here cradling a baby forest duiker), like himself a student of anthropology and zoology. In Alaska he obtained his B.S. degree in zoology and his B.A. degree in anthropology, adding an M.S. degree in zoology from the University of Wisconsin. His field work includes a survey of the birds of Colville River, Alaska, work with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Park Service and, in 1956, a journey to the Brooks Range in Alaska as a member of the Murie Expedition.