Showing 1 - 10 of 24 Stories for David Goodnow
THE BLUE BOMBER
Many a reader of SI has taken delight in the wildlife photographs of David Goodnow. Dave is not as belligerent as a blue jay defending its nest in the daytime, ...
Connecticut's most imposing house pet gives a thrilling demonstration of the flight characteristics of the golden eagle
... landing on Gaddy's Pond, a refuge for peripatetic honkers in Ansonville, North Carolina, was photographed by David Goodnow, a patient and ingenious man.
... the marshlands and the waterways of south Florida in search of many of the birds shown in David Goodnow's striking photographs on the previous pages.
The Photographers The best shooters are as competitive as the athletes they cover, so SI helps them keep score (and, yes, this list includes Joe DiMaggio, but, no, it's not the Yankee Clipper)
David Goodnow 7. Phillip Leonian 7. Arnold Newman 7. Joern Gerdts 6. Ernst Haas 6. John D. Hanlon 6. Richard Jeffery 6. Caryn Levy 6
SI Cover Credits Here is the name of every photographer and artist whose work appeared on the 1,846 covers in this issue
STEVEN GOLDSTEIN: Feb. 15, 1982. BOB GOMEL: Aug. 14, Oct. 2, 1967. DAVID GOODNOW: June 6, 1955; Feb. 20, 1956; Oct. 21, 1957; April
BARNIE'S BEAUTIES: BIRDS OF THE EVERGLADES
Ranger Parker, guardian of one of the great bird sanctuaries of America, is an uninhibited individualist who knows many of his charges by their first names.
THE QUESTION: Does your father spend enough time with you in sports?
DAVID KEFAUVER Age 12. Son of U.S. Senator When Dad's home, we play baseball and football. Dad wants me to play football for Tennessee, like he did.
The surprising flying squirrel
He looks like a kite and flies like a glider, and you may have one in your attic
THE QUESTION: Has Los Angeles replaced New York as a sports center?
JACK DEMPSEYFormer heavyweight championNew York and Los AngelesAfter losing the National League New York was well on its way to being a dead ...