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on the open parts of the plain back of the town, One may go for miles without seeing one and suddenly on entering a small patch of ground which seems to be particularly suited to them sometimes six or eight suddenly jump out and start off in various directions at the [[?]] moment. They are very little hunted here and not at all wild.
Cobrius. Rather common on the open plains near Los Tomas.
Canis latrans. Said to not uncommon here and occasionally kill sheep.
Apr 22, Alta Mia,
Return here in the afternoon having secured a pair of the jackrabbits at Los Tomas and a four other specimens. 
Apr 23
See Mr. Nelson on train and make a short and unsuccessful search for Meleagus in afternoon.
Apr. 24 Tampico.
Joined Mr. Nelson at Tampico.
Apr. 25-26. Remain at Tampico preparing to leave for trip to Jilita. San Luis Polore.
Apr. 27 Valles San. Luis Pot.
Were surprised this morning by

Transcription Notes:
I think were this says "pain of the jackrabbits" is supposed to say "pair". Also, under Apr. 24 Tampico, I think it is supposed to be Mr. Nelson, not Ms. Nelson.

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