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Scannon found his calling while on a scuba diving trip to Palau, a group of small islands near Japan.
He interviews families, makes repeated trips to Palau, and places at the forefront of his life a hunt for men he never knew.
No records of them existed, and few accounts existed of the air campaign over Palau at all.
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At Palau the plumes are used in headdresses worn by the natives, the birds being taken with the blowgun.
Neither sex appeared to have the secretive, terrestrial habits of G. canifrons of the Palau Islands.
At Palau some fine examples of typical jungle fowl were observed.
Probably the bird at the Palau Islands breeds slightly earlier in the year than the subspecies on Ponapé.
Hartert (1898:57) thought that the occurrence of the same kind of bird at Palau and at Rota was "very peculiar."