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traps last night. Also caught two Ochetodons close to the river bank under grasswoodbushes.
- Monday Dec 10
Camp at Lone Pine-
The lynx or a coyote got into my trap and corned it off last night. Just after sun up there [[Lanus argeutalus?]] passed over camp.
Passed nearly all day in camp performing the material on hand. In the afternoon went down the river and set traps for arvicolas.
The latter had their runways along the steep banks fronting the river flats wherever the water come out in seeps forming springy places and causing a strong growth of wild rose bushes - some willows and Tules.
Lone Pine creek comes down to the river and is bordered by a series of seeps as are the banks each way along [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] [?] river for a short distance and I found him along up the Lone Pine Creek for a half mile or so (as for as I must. I found many
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