National Geographic March 2001


Ancient Tombs of Peru: Pre- Inca Treasures { Moche Burials Uncovered}
Moche Burials Uncovered Extravagant grave goods add to the mystery of this ancient people of Peru. BY CHRISTOPHER B. DONNAN PHOTOGRAPHS BY KENNETH GARRETT ART BY CHRISTOPHER A. KLEIN
Palmyra Atoll { The Treasured Islands of Palmyra: Nature’s Stronghold in the Pacific}
Palmyra Atoll A Pacific island paradise, one of the world’s premier seabird breeding sites, has won protection thanks to a private conservation group. BY ALEX CHADWICK PHOTOGRAPHS BY RANDY OLSON
America’s Pioneer Naturalist: Legacy of William Bartram { William Bartram: A Naturalist’s Vision of Frontier America}
William Bartram An American naturalist explored the South just before the Revolutionary War and left a legacy of art and writ- ings that shaped a young nation’s appreciation of its beauty. BY GLENN OELAND PHOTOGRAPHS BY ANNIE GRIFFITHS BELT
ZipUSA: 81332: Make No Mistake About It, This Is NOT Telluride { ZipUSA: Rico, Colorado}
ZipUSA: Rico, Colorado It could be the next Telluride, but for now this tiny mountain town likes its edges rough. BY CAROL HORNER PHOTOGRAPHS BY DAVID ALAN HARVEY
Indonesia: Living Dangerously
Indonesia Religious zealots and regional separatists force the issue: Can this far- flung nation hold together? BY TRACY DAHLBY PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEXANDRA BOULAT
Extreme Africa: Trekking Through the Green Abyss { The Green Abyss: Megatransect, Part II}
Megatransect II Pushing through the heart of the African jungle, ecologist Michael Fay continues his unprecedented trek. BY DAVID QUAMMEN PHOTOGRAPHS BY MICHAEL NICHOLS
The Clearing: National Geographic Photographer Michael Nichols Records an Isolated Wildlife Sanctuary Deep in the Congolese Jungle
The Clearing Deep in the Congo a sunny glade attracts gorillas, elephants, antelope, and- for six weeks- a dogged photographer. ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY MICHAEL NICHOLS

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