National Geographic July 1925
Bird Life Among Lava Rock and Coral Sand: The Chronicle of a Scientific Expedition to Little- known Islands of Hawaii
A flock of scientists from the U. S. Department of Agriculture observes the bird species in the Hawaiian Bird Reservation, a chain of islets north of the inhabited Hawaiian Islands group.
Rediscovering the Rhine: A Trip by Barge from the Sea to the Headwaters of Europe’s Storied Stream
In tight quarters on a Flemish barge, the author and a friend float along the Hansweert Canal from Antwerp to Rotterdam, up the Rhine to Strasbourg, then by another barge to Basel, Switzerland.
Pages from the Floral Life of America
Excerpts from the National Geographic Society publication, The Book of Wild Flowers, appear with 24 color plates of American flowers by artist Mary E. Eaton, a frequent contributor to the magazine.
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