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[[strikethrough]] Sept. 16 - on Katlahwoke, near camp of Sept 14/17 Fly catcher - (?) 8 1/4. 12 1/2. 4 1/2. Specimen no 134 do. [[Ditto for: Fly catcher]] 8 1/2 4 3/4 These birds were quite common on the Mts. The [[strikethrough]] craw [[/strikethrough]] gizzard of one examined was filled with service berries. [[/strikethrough]] [[strikethrough]] The Nucifraga also abundant here, generally several were together. Their food seemed to be the seeds of the pines & firs as the gizzard of one was filled with them. Their flight resembles that of the flicker. They are very watchful & shy birds. Stellar's Jay also observed, and Canada Jay. [[/strikethrough]] [[line]] [[strikethrough]] Kootenay Cache Oct 7th Sandhill crane. young. not preserved Widgeons. meadow lark. Grass or Upland plover (?) a small flock. no. 135. 10 1/4. 22 1/3. 7. ♂ [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[hw?]]. [[line]] [[strikethrough]] Purchased at Victoria hunters skins of lynx & wolverine [[/strikethrough]] [[strikethrough]] Nov. 11 Portland Oregon. Specimens of Oregon Quail - 2 in abnormal plumage. [[/strikethrough]] [[strikethrough] John Green of Portland has several deer black tail white tail & one from the Gulf of California. The latter not larger than a one year old - tail white but resembling the other generally except that it was redder in coat & the legs very slender. [[/strikethrough]]
Katlahwoke and Kootenay are correct
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