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St. Paul. July 20th 1895.

Upper Zapaduie. [[strikethrough]] Started for [[/strikethrough]] Returned from St. George last night; arrived at village Cove at 8 A.M.
At 10 AM. left with Townsend, St. Miller. Dr. Bogert & Mr. Wright for Upper Zapaduie in boat. Townsend look photos from stations 10 & 9. Much difficulty found in locating the cairns and pinnacle marked on the map -
Here, as elsewhere there are numerous large cowless bulls at the back of the harems. From [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] photo, station no. 9, looking east over the rookery, there is a great deal of rough bare rock [[strikethrough]] mos [[/strikethrough]] only occupied at the most by a few stray bulls - 

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Mr. Townsend has not maps of 1893 or photos of 1894 above but is marking the chart
See 2 dead pups & one placenta pup -
1 Family with 6 cows & 12 pups
1 " " [[Dittos for: family with]] 5   " [[Ditto for: cows]] & 2 " [[Ditto for: pups]]
These are under Zapaduie Pt. proper. There are only 4 families here all together. At the point is a group of bachelors.

[[strikethrough]] Near [[/strikethrough]] Crest of the ravine on the rookery one of the bulls furthest up at the back has one cow.

[[underline]] Lower Zapadiuie [[/underline]] - Afternoon .
Townsend is photography at photo. sta. no 8a. & 8.
(A good view is obtainable of the rookeries from the water.