Lunch at 2000 Feet on Cerro Campana, Panama, 1951, Smithsonian Archives - History Div, Lunch has been set out on a hill at 2000 feet on Cerro Campana, Panama. A Coca Cola ice chest has been set in the middle and several thermoses can be seen. A car on top of this hill has its hood open as well as the driver's door. Sitting on the hill from L to R are: Harold Trapido, Shirley Gage (smoking a cigarette), Graham Bell Fairchild, Watson M. Perrygo, and Marshall Hertig (with a cigarette in his mouth). Perrygo accompanied Wetmore who conducted annual field trips to Panama to collect specimens for his four volume work, 'The Birds of Panama.'.