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Spizella arizonea 1 Icterus bullocki a pair " [[Ditto for: Icterus]] perisorum " [[Ditto for: a pair]] Hylocycla a few seen Troglodytes aztecusa few Thoyomams a few Vireo Lanius excubitorides, several Tachycineta thallassina, com Petrochelidon - nests, abn Hirundo & nests, com Passer domesticus, in town Phaleonoptilus heard [[line]] Dryobates [[symbol]] bairdi, breeding Agelaius phoiniceus, June 2, com Riparia riparia " [[Ditto for: June 2]] com Aythya [[strikethrough]] affines [[/strikethrough]] collaris " [[Ditto for: June 2]] 2 Erismatura jaimucensis " [[Ditto for: June]] 1 [[female symbol]] Querquedules discors " [[Ditto for: June 2]] 12 Clypeata spatula " [[Ditto for: June 2]] 50 Fulica " [[Ditto for: June 2]] 2 Podilymbus podiceps " [[Ditto for: June 2]] 1 [[end page]] [[start page]] Santa Rosa, 4620 Camp 4750 [[underlined]] June 9. [[/underlined]] Camp 9. A.M. Lunch, 8 mi. 5000 top of ridge 5100 Cuervo 5000 Camp near Cuervo " [[Ditto for: 5000]] Cave 20 miles [[underlined]] June 10 [[/underlined]] Rained. staid around camp [[underlined]] June 11 [[/underlined]] " " " " [[Dittos for: Rained. staid around camp]] Sent Surber to town. Golden eagles, nest & birds Bones under nest of jack rabbit, cottontail Prairie dog Cratogeomys nest photographed with p.k. [[underlined]] June 14 [[/underlined]] moved camp to Point of Plains. [[underlined]] June 15. [[/underlined]] Up Canyon & basin.
Checked species names, kept Vernon's spelling, anything I'm not sure of is in [[?]]. -@siobhanleachman Hylocycla Vernon probably = Hylocichla Erismatura jaimucensis = Erismatura jamaicensis
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