The Farallon Islands: A Conservation Success Story

July 26, 1980 – September 21, 1980

National Museum of Natural History
10th Street and Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC

3rd Floor, Rotunda Floor Plan

On view are 47 photographs by Tupper Ansel Blake: close-ups of elephant and harbor seals, tufted puffin, brown pelican, and cormorant, as well as views of lichen and anemones in deep recesses of sea caves. His photographs document the recovery of most of the indigenous species after the rocky California islets became a National Wildlife Refuge.