Illustration by Ian Pollock for `Reversals of Fortune',
4. National Wildlife Magazine, (July/August 2000) Vol. 30(4): 28-38. Line, Les. "A Male's Work is Never Done." (An article describing Emlen's research on the battle of the sexes in sex-role reversed jacanas.)
3. International Wildlife Magazine,
(July-August 1993), Vol. 23(4):30-37. Line, Les, "A bug's worst nightmare".
(Review of the biology and social behavior of bee-eaters, drawing heavily
on the work of Dr. Emlen.).
2. Ranger Rick Magazine, (January 1988), Vol. 22(1):36-40. Demong, N.J., "Birds That Eat Bees," and "Bee-Eaters and Me". (An article about doing field research in Africa studying bee-eaters, written from the perspective of Dr. Emlen's young daughter Kathy.) (Ranger Rick is a children's magazine published by the National Wildlife Federation).
1. Ranger Rick Magazine, (September 1983), Vol. 17(9):38-41. Nornick, Nancy, "Night journey". (The story of an indigo bunting and how it finds its way between Michigan and Guatemala; told at a children's level. Based on Professor Emlen's research on how birds find their way during their long migrations.) (Ranger Rick is a children's magazine published by the National Wildlife Federation.).