National Geographic April 1984


The Great Blue Heron { Lord of the Shallows- -The Great Blue Heron; The Great Blue Heron- -Lord of the Shallows}
A majestic flier and canny fisher, America’s largest heron faces natural and man- made perils. Naturalist Richard J. Dolesh and photographer Cameron Davidson report on a nesting colony less then 30 miles from the nation’s capital.
California East of Eden { East of Eden: California’s Mid- coast}
In that spectacular realm between Santa Barbara and Monterey, Harvey Arden and Craig Aurness explore remnants of old California where residents seek a balance between preservation and exploitation.
Hunting the Greenland Narwhal { Narwhal Hunters of Greenland}
Harpoon and kayak arm earth’s northernmost people for hazardous pursuit of the unicorn of whales, so termed for its spiraled tusk. Writer- photographer Ivars Silis chronicles the life of these self- reliant Eskimos.
The Plain People of Pennsylvania
For the Amish and Mennonites of Lancaster County, life revolves around church, family, and the land. Old Order farmers, who shun modern conveniences and treat strangers with caution, permitted Jerry Irwin and Douglas Lee a rare glimpse into their plain;
Japan’s Izu Oceanic Park
Clear water, giant crabs, and fantastic corals lure marine biologist Eugenie Clark and photographer David Doubilet to the depths of one of Japan’s national marine parks.

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