National Geographic June 1920


Peru’s Wealth- Producing Birds: Vast Riches in the Guano Deposits of Cormorants, Pelicans, and Petrels which Nest on Her Barren, Rainless Coast
Immense flocks of fish- eating cormorants, pelicans, and petrels nest and rest on Peru’s barren coast. They deposit vast riches of guano – – the best- known source of nitrogen fertilizer for plants.
Saving the Redwoods
The irreplaceable and majestic redwoods of northern California – – endangered by commerce – – should be protected by the state and the nation.
A Mind’s- Eye Map of America
Looking at the geography of the United States from the Arctic to the tropics, Americans can learn much about what their country is and what it may yet become: a place of ambition and hope, love of land, liberty, and kindness.

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