There is rare merit to David Goodnow's photographs of
birds in the Everglades which appear on the following eight pages. Few
sanctuaries in the world can boast of the beauty and variety of wild fowl that
can be found here; and seldom have they been pictured so successfully in color
in their natural surroundings, without props or artificial lighting, free and
untrammeled, like the roseate spoonbill shown on the opposite page. And for the
bird lovers who want to see them as these pictures show them, Horace Sutton
details the Everglades bird tours on page 39.