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The above all turned over to Dr. Kennerly at Chelemta Depot. July 15, 1860.
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July 27th Aklew Cache
Pouched Rat ♀ Specimen [[strikethrough]] 129 [[/strikethrough]]

" [[Ditto for: July]] 28th Small Pre on trail to Cp Mooyie
Louisiana Tanager 
Cedar birds, apparently gathering in small flocks, perhaps only families, feeding on service bs.
Maryland yellow throat. This bird I think nests in wet bushy places.
 Night Hawk
July 30th Reaching the Mooyie river found "the common brook trout "Peestl" abundant.
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Aug. 3d at Camp Mooyie - Found four small hares in a farm - preserved these as specimens.  They are distinguished as having a white mark on the forehead.
Specimen Nos. 129. 30. 31
Brook trout "Peestl" very abundant in Mooyie R.  Peabody also took in the branch 
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another species weighing over 4 lb with red specks - small head
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Aug. 13th Little Chief Hares heard among the rocks on the Mooyie River.

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Aug. 16th Divide of Mooyie & Kootenay Canada grouse & Canada jay. Young of Canada grouse not one size of quails
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Aug. 17 Blue grouse feeding on the flats of the dried up ponds - probably on grass seeds.
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A large brown hawk.
Brown barred with darker, under part of head feathers white, are yellow, bill brown color 1st quill short 4th longest, 5th longer than 3d, quills & tail feathers with numerous bars. Inner vanes of both partly white breast yellowish white, centre line of each feather pencilled with brown. Belly & sides mixed with brown, vent & under tail cornets white, thighs finely marked with wood brown
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Transcription Notes:
bs. = abbreviation for berries, i.e. service berries peestl is correct. Place and species names checked. Think the word that was in [[?]] is "farm" as the f is similar to that used in "found" rather than the lower case b he uses later in "breast".

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