National Geographic July 1914
The Unique Island of Mount Desert
Just as the powers of the federal government have been used to conserve beautiful or interesting regions of the West, so too should the law protect special places in the East. Prominent among these places, off the coast of Maine, is this land of cliffs,
Hunting with the Lens
The 20th- century bird lover has an advantage that was unavailable to earlier ornithologists: the camera.
Explorers of a New Kind: Successful Introduction of Beetles and Parasites to Check Ravages of the Gipsy- moth and Brown- tail Moth
In addition to spraying these entomological aliens with chemicals, a Department of Agriculture expert says, importing their natural parasites and enemies is helping to restrict their spread.
A Book of Monsters
A gallery of photos of insects and beetles, magnified many times, is accompanied by biographies of the creatures that are both informative and entertaining.
The Need of Conserving the Beauty and Freedom of Nature in Modern Life
How do we improve the mental health of the multitudes? The author discusses combating the evils of increased industrialization and urbanization.
Every year in Japan another half million children are born. Thanks to carriage in backpacks, the custom of walking, and compulsory education, they seem always to be on view in the streets.
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