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Moisture conditions: DjeDate: 4 
Ixact site No..-                                     Section:Z  - -  41-J

Now mch of site 6heeked:                            Name 
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A   MEAOWD EACEOUS                                           WOODY PLANTS

I                     ,lfla  1 0. thistle               1 tamarack 
2 red clover    -                  thistle              2 red cedar 
ale. clover                 wd. sorrel                  or. Juniper 
ow. clover                  foxtail                           spruce 
5 'h. clover                5 Orcifera                5       pine 
6     timothy               6 h. pureo                          willow 
7 bluegrass                 7 penny cress               7       hazel 
8 R.C. grass                9 vervain                  ,        popple 
9quack         I              crowfoot F.               9       oak 
0 orchard gr.                 cowslip                  10        oak 
moad. rue                  1        hickory 
2 milkwe d                 2 bl. walmt 
3! velvet leaf               3-     locust 
1      Bluejoint              cheeses                  1 basswood 
2 Bluestu                   5 violet                    5      male 
red top                   6 nightshade                6      elm 
gras                   7 chickweed                 7      ash 
5 spartinapion                                          1 wd. plm 
6 silphiu                  9 mint fam.                 19 vd. crab 
7 ripga.t                     lily fram.                0      cherry 
5 fragmites                 1 sol. seal                  1 hawthorn 
9 sedges                    2 carrion fl.               22      apple 
0 sh. star                    parsnip                   M3 Libes 
11 star grass        ~+pr. lettuce                       4      berry 
12 p. heiml04*               5 amllein                   5      berry 
Sphlo                      6 nettles                   6      grape 
toadflax                  7 plantain                  7 V. creeper 
5pleabane                    Ravex                       greenbriar 
6Polygomtum                                             rose 
7                    0pig weeds                         famac 
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amaranth                  2      dogmod 
C  0 -ULTIATD                 ragweed                    3     honeyak 
I  onNburdo ck                                   34 
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5 wheat                     8 vetch                      2 boggy 
9 medick                    3st'd water 
buckweat                     sp~.rge                    bar   gron 
7 pe                       1 compositae                   bae gruel 
5 beans                       dandelion                    a   g 
9 soybeans                 14sunflower                    spatd 
0 sorghum                     goldenrod                  7 leat 
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COVR DATA 
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Moisture conditions:                                  Date:   /    $ 
Exact site No.                                        Section: 
How much of site checked: "ilj j              -      Name:    'S   
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1                     D1.kO  HEEACEOUS            F   MDYPL.OT 
alfalfa                    1 0. thistle                1 tamarack 
2 red clover       C                thistle              2 red cedar 
als. clover                 wd. sorrel                   cr. juniper 
sw. -clover                 foxtail                            spruce 
5irh. clover                5 Cruciforae      (         5       pine 
6 timo thy         .        6 sh. purse       .c         6       willow 
71bluegrass                   penny cress                7       hazel 
S R.C. grass   I              vervain                    8       popple 
9 quack           rIC.      9 crowfoot F.                9       oak 
0 orchard gr.              10 cowslip                    0       oak 
1                          11 moad. rue                 1        hickory

22 milkweed                   2 bl. walnut 
]   PRAIRIE                      velvet leaf               3      locust

BlueJoint                   cheeses                   4 basswood 
2 Bluestun15 violet                                      5      maple 
red top                   6 nightshade                 6      elm 
t 1 '17 grass            7 chickweed                  7      ash 
5 opartina                  9 campion        t¢          S wd. plum

6 silphium                  9 mint fam.                  1 wd. crab 
7,riprut                      lily fa.                   0      cherry 
9 fragmites                    sol. seal                .1 hawthorn 
9 sedges                     2 carrion fl.              22      apple 
0 sh. star                     parsnip                  2  Ehibes 
1  star grass                 pr. lettuce                       berry 
2 p. hemloci:               5 mullein                   25      berry 
phlox                     6 nettles                   26      grape 
toa7ax                      plantain                   7 V. creeper 
5 pleabane                  2Ruvx                       28 greenbriar 
Polygonum                 2       rose 
7                           30 pigweeds                 30      sumac 
$                            1 L. quarters               1 Vibornum 
9                            2 amaranth                 32      dogwood 
ragweed                    3      honoysucl .I 
C UTVTDbiurdock                                     4 
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2 barley                     6 1egume F. 
oats                       7 trefoil                   1do     ISC. 
rye                         vetch                      2 boggy    . 
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Txa6t site No. )lAt/yal                                Section: i       
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How much of site checked:                              Name:  
% covering on site: *a   over 75%; c = 50-75%; fc = 25-50%; nc       15-25%;

R 5-15%; v = belor 5%. 
Da I :GMACES                 I   WOODY PWTS 
1 alfla                      1C. thistle1.tarc 
red clover                   ( I( thistle               2 red cedar 
al, clover                   wvd. sorrel                   cr. juniper 
s. clover                    foxtail                             spruce 
5i  iT .  clover                                                   s fe5
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timothy                                                 5 6      willo 
buerass                     7 penny cress                         hazel 
R.. gu a    s                  vervain                     9       popple

9 11 k9c~rwfoot F.                                     9oak 
0 orchard gr.                1 cowslip                     0      o 
1mead. rue                 11hickory 
2                              milhweed                    2 bl. walnut 
1 eoIRIn                    velvet leaf                        locust 
2 Bluont                        cheeses                      basswood 
Blueste                     violet                     5     .maple     
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t'7 1 grass                  chickee                           ash 
5 -partinaai                                                wd. psu 
6 silphium                  98 wd. crab 
7rp2                           lily fm.                          cherry 
fr   ite                   1 sol. seal                     hawthorn 
9 sedge.                      2 carrion fl.                2      apple 
sh1 star                    bparsnip                    23    bes 
1       p                      pr. lettce                 24      berry 
p. hb   eloein                                           5      berry 
phlox                    6 nettles                     6      grape 
to5ala                     'l                            7 V. creeper 
Spl eabane                        rvex                       greenbriar 
6                              Polygonum                          rose 
i                              pigweeds                   30      Smac 
1 L. quarters                1 Vibernum 
9maranth.                                                         dogwood

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2 barley          /      ~    5Lv       gr35 
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7 trefoil                       dead. 
33 vetch                       bog 
5   eat                      9 medick                      2 
6 buckwheat                     spurge                       bare ground

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9 b    as                      dandelion                  5 6 sand 
90 soybeumns                    sunflower                   7 san 
2                      goldeno                    7 peat. 
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Date found           Kind of, nest 
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Map number___                                                           
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Number of eggs                        "'. W                       ______

E~ggs clean or dirty-,______ 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction 
distance  'h  rlw______ 
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Distance to dust bath    . 
Distance to gravel                  Jo'            _ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield                          _______....__ 
kind & height of grain                          ___________ 
Distance from roads or trails       ,_-_,______ 
much used?                  ,,___,_____ 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree)     14________ 
b. Distance from opening                          ______ 
c. Type of opening                                              I 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement      , 
e. Type of cover     , 
f. Ground cover near nest 
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g. Vegetation 
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h. Destruction factors:                                         1 
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d a te  , ,.                    .    ........._ 
i. No. fertile eggs.______.                                    .... 
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species  of  hay   ..    ...     ........_" 
species of weeds 
height of nest cover 
d.             to edge                              _    _    _     _   
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type  of  "edge"  .....__...              .... 
species within S' of nest ,,-_-_.....                      .. 
c. Distance to good -inter cover,                 ____--__,__, 
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Q0uail                          L    flushed;       nests;             broods
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Cottontail Rabbit                    seen;              sign;      , 
Gray Squirrel                       soon;              sign; 
Fox Squirrel                         seen;              sign;         _ 
Animal & bird, kills found, sp. 
Has, seen or heard, species 
Owls, seen or heard, species 
Pellets found (no. locations)                 ....... 
Gophers                                   seen;        runs-          dens;

Dog                                      seen;        sign; 
House Cat                                 seen;        sign; 
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HUNlS FLUSHED 
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35. Time                              i   2        _ 
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5. Direction fluashed                              -     -    -     -g- 
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Exict, site No.                                     Section: 
How mich of site checked- (                         Name: , 
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1I a f a                       . thistle     1,         t tarack 
2 red clover                2      thistle             2 red cedar 
ale. clover                wd. sorrel                  or. juniper 
sw. clover                 foxtail                           spruce 
5 iri. clover               5 Cruciforae               5       pine 
6 t  grthy                 6 sh. purso    k-          6       willow 
7 bluegrass                 7 penny cress        /     7       hazel 
8  .. gass                 vervain                   9       popple 
9q9ack                        crowfoot P.              9       oak 
0 orchard gr.               0 cowslip                  0       oak 
1                          1 mod. rue                 1       hickory 
2                            milkweed                  2 bl. walnut 
FRAIRIE                     velvet leaf.             3      locust 
1 Bluejoint                  cheeses                  1. basswood 
2 Bluestem                  5 violet                   5      maple 
red top                   6 nightshade               6      elm 
tkl grass                 7 chickweed                7      ash 
5 spartina                  9 campion      ii          s wd. plum 
6 silphium                  9 mint fan.                9 Nwd. crab 
7 ripgut                      lily fam.                0      cherry 
S fragmites                 1 sol. seal                21 hawthorn 
9 sedges                    2 carrion fl.             22      apple 
0 s. star                   pa eip                   2 ibe 
11 star grass                 pr. lettuce   W    -            berry 
12 p. hemlock               5 mullein                   5      borry 
1 phlox                     6 nettles                   6     grape 
4. toadflax                 7 plantain                7 V. creeper 
5 pleabane                  Rurvex                    9 greenbriar 
16                            Polygonum                        rose 
17                         30 pigwveeds                 0       mc 
s1 L.- quarters                                         1 Vibornum 
9                          32 amaranth                  2      dogr7ood 
20 CUTVTD3 ragweed                                   3      honoysucM 
I LVA cor                   burdock                  3 
2 ory                      5 five finger              35 
arley                       6 legume F.                       MISC. 
oats                      7 trefoil                   1 dead veg. 
arye                     3 vetch                      2 boggy 
5het9 medick                                            3 tog   ae 
6 buckweat                                               s t'd rater 
6 b-ea    t                   sprge                     1 bare ground 
7 Peans                       compositae                  av. gravel 
8 beans                       dandelion                 6 sand 
9 soybeans                    sunflower                 7 peat 
1 sorghum                     goldenrod                 8 loam 
5 st. tights                                            9 rocky 
2                            60 bl. land 
 
 

					
				
				
COVER 
Faville Grove Area 
Moisture conditi6ne:                               bate- a1713 (41 
Exact site No.                                     Section: 
How mach of      checked:                          Name: 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; C    50-75%; fc:  25-"; ne    15-25%;

R   5-15%; v   belor 5%. 
NM                          Ran                         RNM 
A 
I C. thistle               1. tau&".& 
2 red d2over               2      thistle             2 red aedw 
al a. Cdoyor               wd. sorrel                     jw4for 
QW. OUTer                  fortail 
5 mh                         crucifer" 
6 timotby                    sh, purse                        willow 
7 bluegrass                7 Penny cress                      hslad 
9 R.C. grass               6 vermin                           PIDWO     -

9 qua&                     9 crowfoot 1.                       Osk  
   k -,- 
10 orchard gr.             10 cowslip                          Oak 
11                         11 moad. me                         btakery 
12                          2 mllkwea4                       V4=It 
33  FUMS                       volvet led 
I Bluejoint                  chee*** 
2 Bluestem                 5 'Violet                         VA* 0 
red top                  6 ni&tdm&* 
tIld grass               7 chi*"Sd                         OW 
5 spartina                 9 oloplon 
6 silphium                 9 mint floo, 
7 ripgat                     lily fa.                         &*M 
8 fragmites                1 Sol. $"I      V 
9 sedges                   2 oarrien f2.   1, 
LO sh. star                   parsnip 
11 star grass                 pr. lettuoe 
12 P. hemlock.                    On 
14 phlox 
toadflax                 T Plantain 
5 Pleabane                   Rm"ex 
6                            Folysomm 
7                         30 Pigweede                         sow 
9                         31 L. qq"Ure                    'be"

9                          32 amarmth                         A---a 
0                                                             WWWRW 
ragweed 
0   CULTIVATED                 burdook       kL' 
1 corn                    35 five fing*r 
2 barl ey                  36 legume 7- 
oats                      7 trefoil 
rye                     38 vetch         V             4044 Tag. 
5 wheat                    9 medick                      I ogp 
6 buckwheat                  Sparge                      st'd vmter 
7 peas                                                   bare ground 
9 beans                       compositaer                aw. gravel 
9 soybeans                    dandelion                  sand 
0 sorgh=                     sunflower                 7 peat 
11                            goldenrod                 a logo 
. 12                          st. tights                9 ro cky 
10 bl. land, 
 
 

					
				
				
Faville Grove Area 
Moisture conditions:                                   Date: 
E2iact site No.                                      Section: 5E 
How mch of site cthecked                              Name:- 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; c = 50-75%; fc = 25-50%; no = 15-25%; 
R = 5-15%; v    below 5%. 
1MDWD              HEBCOS                    I -WODY PLANTS 
C. tistle                                                 1 tamarack 
2 red clover                        thistle                 red cedar 
als. clover                  wd. sorrol                   or. Juniper 
ew. clover                   foxtal                            spruce 
5wi. clover                15 COrciforae                 5       pine 
timothy                     sh. purse                  6       willow 
71bluegrass     I,     .     7 penny cress                7       hazel 
8 R.0. grass   1             8 vervain                    9       popple

9 quack                      9 crowfoot F.                9        oak 
,,10 orchard gr.               10 cowslip                    0        oak

1mad.                                   e                1        hickory

2 milkwed                                              12 bl. waln-at 
PRAIRIE                          velvet leaf                        locust

1 Bluejoint                    cheeses                    4 basswood 
2 Bluestemu                    violet          "                 maple

red top                    6 nightshade                 6      elm 
t'kl grass                    .   7d7                          ash 
5 spartina                     c   ion                   17d. plum 
6 silphium                  1mitf.19 rd. crab 
7 ripgt                                                          ch lily
far.  0erry 
9 fragmites                 21 sol. sea                     hawthorn 
9 sedges                    22 carrion fl.                2       apple 
0 sl. star                     parsnip                    3 Phibes 
1 star grass                   pr. lettuce                       berry 
2 p. hemlocrk                                             5 lein  berry 
1  phlox                    26 nettles                    6      grape 
toadflax                   7 pla   in                 -D7 V. creeper 
5  eabane                  2                             $ x  29 greenbriar

672 Polygonum                                             29      rose 
173                             pigwieeds                 30      sumac 
S. arters                                               1 Vibornum 
0  3 aranth                          dog,.ood 
CULTIVATED                               3hono 
1 corn 
2    barley                  5 five finger                3 
oats 6. 1ge F.                                                 mis. 
os                        3  trefoil                    1 dead vog. 
5 rheat                        vetchboggy 
6 buckwiheat                 9st'd water 
7  cPeas                   0 spurge                        bare ground 
Sbeans                       1 comositae5av. gravel 
9  obeans                   2 dandelion                   6sand 
9 soybeans                     sunflower 
0sorhum                        goldenrod                    pla 
1                              st. tights                 9   aro 
rJV~10 bI. land 
 
 

					
				
				
8ection--S                        Weather-- 
Map No.--l                        Subject-- Th 
Date--    ,Remarks-- 
Jit  3301 
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4tio                                                           r A-  ate

Man-hours .                                -                    Wind 
Approx. temp. 
lHunarian Partridge                                            Precip.  
  1, 
Number flushed                 _____ 
"    broods flushed 
"    dead or destroyed 
"    nests found 
"    dust bath locations 
"    track records 
"f   dropping locations 
"    misc, Hun. notes                    ...."       / 
Other Ga    Seie 
Ring-necked Pheasant                  seen;           nests;        broods;

Quail                                 flushed;        nests;            
broods 
Prairie Chicken                 *     seen;     /     broods;    -   dropping
/   I 
locations 
Cottontail Rabbit              _      seen;               sign;    .....

Gray Squirrel                         seen;               sign; 
Fox  Sq irrel                         seen;               sign;  ..... ..

Animal & bird, kills found,       .p.  tI>                      ,Y

Hawks, seen or heard, species      ')V (&Av!\ ,)          (., 
Owls, seen or heard, species            Y      &   (I    fic 
Pellets fouxnd (no. locations)                                          
  .... 
Gophers                              /     seen;         runs;          dens;

Dog                                        seen;         sign; 
House Cat                                  seen;         sign; 
Woodchuck                                  seen; __       tracks;       
dens; 
Crows seen or heard                                  ..... 
Miscella  eon us  Notes           .  .  ....  ... ..._,_....       ..___.....
...___ ... .... 
 
 

					
				
				
PAVILLE GROVE SUB VM 
Section--E                        Weather- &      g1"          
    330' 
Map N~o.--2                        Subject--  4                 N      -

Dlate~-~/o3                        Remarks:-- 
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FAVILLE GROVE SURVY 
Section--B                    Waher--                111= 3301 
Map No.--2                    Subject~ 
Name--                        Remarks-                1 
11 
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F'AVIL GROVE SURVEY 
Section--W 
Map No.--3 
Date--/    ~ 
W e a t h e r ~ -         .. . .  .. 
Subject--  H 
Remarks-- 
= 330' 
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FAVIIJ1 GRO~.VE SURVEY 
Section-W 
'LaP No.--3 
Iqame-- !]~ 
Weather--~~      t{A 
Subject-'VA    c. 
Remarks~- 
111  3301 
7-t 
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NESTING RECORD SHET 
Locality S cT,          ' "                    / 
Date found    L       Kind of nest          *    /u- 
M..ap number 
Number of egs .       .....                     ..   1 
Es clean or dirty                   J 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction                         S... 5-C 
distance she flew               it) /   -i t 
acted as though injure&3                            !2.. l~~ 
Distance to dust bath                               _______         _______

Distance to gravel                       5_                             _
.__ _ _s_ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield                -    A -  T O-,so 
kind & height of grain            co        C-.rK - Z 
Distance from roads or trails      -                                    
_______. *_ 
mutch used?                                                      ______ 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree)                         A            __

b. Distance from opening             "L "__________... 
c. Type of opening                  r 
d. Distance from and size of       iba I, 
nearest cover improvement                       __ 
e. Type of cover 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant) ..tts "                       tVI(   4[J_ 
g. Vegetation 
. (species around nest) .____ _______- 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause                       .....                  ._ _ _ _ 
da te                       . .   ....._                       .... 
i.,.No. fertile egs 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                         _ 
species of hay_ 
species of weeds 
height of nest cover 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge              _                                   , 
tYpe  of  "edge .  .                     . ..._   -_I_..... . . 
species within 8' of nest                                    _ 
c. Distance to good winter cover                           t      ... 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks-                                             i~fF4 
fOO   ,-r h 
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NESTING RECORD S1MT 
Lo cal ity 15& t 1 1-t~ 
Date foundL/f/Z0     Kind of nest                                    ________.

ByE &.fo fi                                               ________ 
Map number                     "______ 
Number of     e                                       _______ 
Egs clean or dirty               .    oke   SHe',"  _      _ 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction 
distance she flew 
acted as though injured           _._______.__ 
Distance to dust bath                _   __    __ 
Distance to gravel                  ,0,0____ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield                           _____________ 
kind & height of grain -,_____                                   , 
Distance from roads or trails         _.__........__ 
much used? 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree)       ._                    ___ 
b. Distance from onening                            ______ 
c     e ofa oening_______ 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement                       _   _    _   _ 
e. Type of cover                                   ___-__....._ 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant)                            _     _    _ 
g. Vegetation                      i' 
(species around nest)                           _     _    _ 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause                                          _  _   __... .._ 
date                              ". 
i. 1o. fertile egs                  _     _   _ 
Specific Cover 
a. gayfield                         _ 
species of hay                    '_    _ 
species of weeds              _ 
height of nest cover 
b. Fencerow or roadside                            I 
distance to edgei 
type of "bde"__________ 
species within 9' of nest 
c, Distance to good winter cover iC       . 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
				
				
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IESTING RECORD SHEET 
Lo cal ity       *\\- 
Date found           Kind of nest    '        (&J 
By whom found                                       .     ...     ._    
         _ 
Map nmber                           ,   71__ 
Number of e  s 
Egg   clen or dirty____                                     ________ 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction                                        ________              ___

distance she flew,_,,____________ 
acted as though injured                   , 
Distance to dust bath                _    _,, 
Distance to gravel 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield           _ 
kind & height of grain           j 
Distance from roads or trails                     - 
muach used?                      j 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree)    , 
b. Distance from opening            .      . 
c. Type of opening                                  _____________ 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement 
e. Type of cover                                    ________...._ 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant) ._                                ___ 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest) 
h. Dlestruction factors: 
cause                          A______________ 
date                           _   _      _   __ 
i. No. fertile egs                       ..... 
Specific Cover 
a. Hfield 
species of hay 
species of  wees 
height of nest cover                .           , 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge 
type of "edge"               J | 
species . !ithin ' of nest                   _ 
c. Distance to good     ntercover 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks: 
J 
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COVER DATA 
Faville Grove Area 
Moisture conditions:,                               Date: 
Eoxit site N~o.                                     Section:   \  §A~I

How much of site checked:                           Name: 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; c    50-75%; fc    25-50%; nc  15-25%;

R = 5-15%; v   below 5%. 
REMLUM                      RZLLRK                           X 
A                                t D EEBAQEOUS            I    ODY PLATTS

1 alfla                       C. thistle                1 tamarack 
2 red cloverI               2      thistle              2 red cedar 
ale. clover                   wd. sorrel                  cr. juniper 
law. clover                  foxtail                           spruce 
5 vh. clover                5 Cruciforae                5       pine 
61 timothy                  6 sh. purse                 6       willow 
71 bluegrass                7 penny cress               7hazel 
SR.C. grass                 9 vervain                   9       popple 
9 quack                     9 crowfoot F.               9       oak 
0 orchard gr.              10 cowslip                   0       oak 
i                          11 moad. rue                11       hickory 
2                          12 milkweed                  2 bl. walnut 
1PRAIRIE                  Neon   velvet leaf                  locust 
1 Bluejoint,-              1  cheeses                     basswood 
2 Bleste-                    violet                    5      maple 
red top                     6 nightshade                6      elm 
It'- grass                   chickweed                 7      ash 
5 spartina                  9 campion                  1 wd. plum 
6 silphium                 1 9 mint fam.                9 wd. crab 
7 ripgut                    0 lily fam.                 0      cherry 
S fragmites                 1 sol. seal                 1 hawthorn 
9'sedges                    2 carrion fl.               2      apple 
0 sh. star     V              parsnip                     Rhibes 
11 star grass   V              pr. lettuce                      berry 
12 p. hemlock               5 mullein                   5      berry 
1phlox                      6nettles                    6      grape 
1  'toadflax   V            7 plantain                  7 V. creeper 
5  leabane                 S 2Ruhrvex                    greenbriar 
16 R \9 Polygonum                                              rose 
7                          30 pigweeds                         sumac 
8                           1 L. quarters               1 Vibornum 
9                          32 amaranth                         dogwood 
V                          33 ragweed                   3      honoysu .

cULTIVATD                   burdock                  3 
1 corn                        five finger               3 
2 barley                    6   e                             MIeC. 
oats                      7 trefoil                     doead veg. 
rye                        Z vetch                         o   v   . 
5 wheat                       medick                    2 boggy 
6 buckwheat                                               st'd water 
rpeas                s e                    bare ground 
p eans                       compositae                5 a. gravel 
8 beans                       dandelion                 6 sa 
9 soybeans                    sunflower                 7   a 
Ssorghum                      golnro                       a 
2                              st. tihtS                91orocky 
210 bl. land 
 
 

					
				
				
				
				
,- T      Daily DarpmarA,             am.   a 
Man-hours                                                    Wind 
Sky 
Approx. temp. 
Hungarian Partridge                                          Precip.-   
 , 
Number flushed 
"    broods flushed 
"    dead or destroyed 
" nests found                                4 
"    dust bath locations 
track records 
"    dropping locations 
"    miso. Hun. notes 
Other Game SpeLf-e 
Ring-necked 'heasant                seen;          est;          broods;

Quail                              :flushed;       nests;             broods

Prairie Chicken                     seen;          broods; -      dropping

locations 
Cottontail Rabbit                   seen;              sign; _ 
Gray Squirrel                       soon;             sign; 
Fox Squirrel                        seen;              sign; 
Animal & bird, kills found, op. 
Ha~rs, seen or heard, species 
Owls, seen or heard, species                  - 
Pellets found (no. locations) 
Gophers seen;                                        runs;         dens;
   - 
1)0                                      seen;        sign; 
House Cat                                seen;        sign; 
Woodchuck                               seen;        tracks;        dens;

Crows seen or heard               .... 
Miscellaneous Note 
 
 

					
				
				
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COVER DATA 
Faville Grove Area 
Moisture conditions:                                 Date: i 
Exact site NO, 'Vk-f  ,Q.4(P                         Sectiont--V 
How much of site checked:                          Name: 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; c    50-75%; fe    25-50%; nc   15-25%;

R = 5-15%; v = below 5%. 
_________M                                 A.___ _____  -   - 
___DHRA                             _S                  MODY PLANTS 
1 alflfa       L  !  C. thistle                         1tamarack 
2 red clover                       thistle              2 red cedar 
ale. clover                 wd. sorrel                  cr. juniper 
sW. clover                   foxtail                           spruce 
5via. clover                5Ccifrae                    5pine 
6 timothy                   6 sh. purse                 6       willov 
7 bluegrass                 7 penny cress               7       hazel 
9 R.C. grass                9 vervain                   8       popple 
9 quack                     9 crowfoot F.               9       oak 
0 orchard gr.               0 cowslip                   0       oak 
1                          11 moad. rue                 1       hickory 
12 milkweed                                             2 bl. walnut 
PRAIRIE                 I velvet leaf                3      locust 
1 Bluejoint                14 cheeses                  1 basswood 
2 Bluestem                  5 violet                    5      maple 
red top                     6 nightshade                6      elp 
t' kl grass                 7 chickweed                 7      ash 
5 spartina                 1  campion                  1 wd. plum 
6 silphium                  9 mint fem.                19 wd. crab 
7 ripgiit                     lily fem.                 0      cherry 
Z fragmites                 1 sol. seal                21 hawthorn 
sedges                    2 carrion fl.               2      apple 
o sh. star                    parsnip                  2Bibes 
1 star grass                  pr. lettuce              24      berry 
2 p. hemlock                5 mullein                   5      berry 
1 phl ox                    6 nettles                   6      grape 
toadflax                  7 plantain                  7 V. creeper 
5 pl eabane               ; Rurvex                       greenbriar 
6            1                olygonum                        rose 
7                          30 pigweeds                  0      sumac 
1 L. quarters               1 Vibernum 
9                           2 amaranth                         dogwood 
CULTIVATED                  ragweed                   3      honoysuc]l 
3UTVAI                burdock                  3 
corn                     3  five finger              3 
2 barley                    6 legume F.                       MISC. 
oat                       7 trefoil                   1Sdead-v. 
rye                       S vetch                     2 boggy 
5 wheat                     9 medi ck                     st'd water 
Sbuckwheat                    spurge                      bare ground 
peas                        copo sitae 
S beans                       dandelion                 5a. gravel 
9 soybeans                     u   o6 sand 
0 sorghum                     goldenrod                 7 peat 
1                             st. tights                9 
2                         46N                              . lnd 
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COVR DATA 
Paville Grove Area 
Moisture conditions:z L  ..                         Date: 
Exact site NO,           -     "                    Section:L... 
How much of site checked:   A                       Name: -        A 
% covering On site: a * over 75%; c = 50-75%; fc = 25-50%; nc = 15-25%; 
R = 5-15%; v - below 5%. 
REIIABK                                          RERI 
A                              ..HEEBAOEZUS                 V TJODY PLANTS

1 alafI C. thistle                                     1 I tamarack 
2 red clover               2       thistle             2 red cedar 
ale. clover             13 wd. sorrel                3 cr, juniper 
sw. clover                   foxtail                   14      spruce 
5iwh. clover                5 Cruciferae               5       pine 
6 timothy                   6 sh. purse                6       willorw 
7 bluegrass   [             7 penny cress              7       hazel 
8 R.C. grass              1   vervain                  8       popple 
9 quack                     9 crowfoot F.              9       oak 
0 orchard gr.              10 cowslip                 10       oak 
11 mead. rae                1        hickory 
2 milkweed                  2 bl. walnut 
PRAIRIE              N velvet leaf                      locust 
1,Bluejoint                  cheeses                  I basswood 
2 Bluestem                  5 violet                   5      maple 
red top                   6 nightshade                6      elm 
t'kl grass              7 chickweed                7      ash 
5 spartina                  g campion                  18 wd. plum 
6 silphum                   9 mint far.               9 wd. crab 
7 ripgat                  V   lily fam.                0      cherry 
S fragmites               1 sol. seal                 21 hawthorn 
9 sedges                    2 carrion fl.              2       apple 
O sh. star                32 parsnip                   2 Rhibes 
1 star grass              12 pr. lettuce              2       berry 
2 p. hemloq:   V           ? mullein                 25      berry 
1 phlox                     26 nettles                 26      grape 
toadflax                 - plantain                    V. creeper 
1  eabane                D    Rurvex                   greenbriar 
129Polygonum                                    E       rose 
7                           0 pigweeds                30      sumac 
S                             L. quartera              I Vibornum 
9                           2 amaranth                 2      dogrood 
20                            ragweed                  3      honeysuc. 
OULTIVATD                   urdock                  3 
1 COrn                      5 five finger              35 
2 barley                   60 legume  . 
oats                     37 trefoil                         IS. 
rye                       7 tef                       1 dead vog. 
5 wheat                        vetch                   2 boggy 
6bIe a t               9 medick                      st'd water 
eas                         spurge       CL             bare ground 
7 peas                      1 compositae                5 av. gravel 
Sbeans                    dandelion 
9 soybeans                    sunflower                 6 sand 
0 sorghum                  4 goldenrod                  7 peat 
5 at, tihts                                             S loam 
t2                                   t s              91 rocky 
10 bl. Ind 
 
 

					
				
				
ITESTING RECORD SH 
Locality 
flat e found  ~  \Kind of net&,\'I 
By  *h'om  f6j                                    ___t__    __ __  __ __
__  _ 
Map nmber , 
Number  of  eg s  N                               _ _ _......._ 
Eggs clean or dirty,                              _   _-_-_             
   _ 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction 
distance she flew                       , 
acted as tho.ugh inured ... .      ... 
Distance to dust bath              ,_,__.... 
Distance to gravel 
Distance & direction from 
nerst rainfield.          __    _   _      _   __    _      _   _   _ 
Distance from roads or trails 
mch used?                      __'__ 
General Conditions Prevaililng: 
a. Slope (direction °ree)                     ______ 
b. Distance from opseni.~i 
c. Type of openi~                                 _____ 
d. Distance from and size of 
ert cover improvement          ......... 
e  CVyr         , cover 
f. Ground cover near nest 
g. Veetation 
"s a-e     o     nest)                                      _   _  __i

h. Destruction factors: 
cause                     ,_                         _    ' 
date_                                                          __    _ 
i. No. fertile eggs______ 
Specific Cover 
a.  ayfield 
species of hay_ 
species of weeds_______ 
height of nest cover_______ 
b. Fec. qq ra                         .     , 
type of "edge" 
species w7ithin S8I of TnesBt                      ------___ 
c. Distance to good inter cover* 
d. Recheck data 
Remrks: ,a4 
 
 

					
				
				
COVR DATA 
Faville Grove Area 
Moisture conditions:                               Date: 
Exact site N.             r f                      Sectionwl 
How much of site checked-                          Name: 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; c = 50-75%; fc   25-50%; no = 15-25%; 
R   5-15%; v   below 5%. 
-                      Dl  HEIACEoUS              I    OODY PLTS 
1 alfalfa                  1 C. thistle               1 tamarack 
2 red clover                      thistle             2 red cedar 
Sals. clover                wd. sorrel                 cr. juniper 
Sw. clover                  foxtail                    Cr    spruce 
5wrh. clover               5 Cruciferae               5       pine 
6 timothy                  6 sh. purse                6       willow 
7 bluegrass                7 penny cress              7       hazel 
8 R.C. grass               8 vervain                  S       popple 
9 quack                    9 crowfoot F.              9       oak 
0 orchard gr.             10 cowslip                 10       oak 
1                         1 road. rue                        hickory 
2                         12 milkweed                 2 bl. walnut 
PRAIRIE                    velvet leaf                     locust 
1 Bluejoint                1 cheeses                    basswood 
SBluest                    violet                   5      maple 
red top                  6 nightshade               6      elm 
t~irl grass             17 chic-weed                7      ash 
5 spartina                1 campion                   8 wd. plum 
6 silphium                 9 mint fam.                9 wd. crab 
7 ripgut                   0 lily faim.               0      cherry 
9 fragmites                1 sol. seal               21 hawthorn 
9 sedges                   2 carrion fl.              2      apple 
0 sh. star                   parsnip                  3 Rhibes 
1 star grass                 pr. lettuce             24      berry 
2 p. heml o ck              I llein                 5      berry 
3 phlox                    6 nettles                  6      grape 
1 toadflax                 7 plantain                 7 V. creeper 
5 pleabane                   Rarve*                     greenbriar 
6                            Polygonum                       rose 
7                          0 pigweeds                 0      sumac 
1 L, quarters              1 Vibernum 
9                         32 amaranth                 2      dogrood 
0                          3 ragweed                  3      honoysauc. 
CULTIVA7D               34 burdock 
acorn                   5 five finger              3 
barley                    6 egume F.                       misc. 
oet7 trefoil                                        1 dead veg. 
rye                        vetch                     2 bogg 
5 wheat                    9 medick                     otd water 
7 buckheat                   spurge                     bare ground 
75peas                     1 compositae                5 av. gravel 
9 beans                      dandelion                   sand 
soybeans                   sunflower 
0 so rghum                   goldenrod                 7 peat 
Sloam 
1                            st. tights                 oam 
2  bl. land 
 
 

					
				
				
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ISTING RECORD SHEE 
Date                 Kind of nest 
By ',*om -foun*1( t_______ 
M"p number                                           ______ 
Number of eggs                             Iv 
Eggs clean or dirty                                '   _   ___ 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction                         __ 
distance she flew 
acted as tholyg  injured          __    __    ____.... 
Distance to dust bath                                _   _,___ 
Distance to gravel                                   _______ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield __                   _    ____ 
kind & height of grain                            ________ 
Distance from roads or trails          /5 I          _ 
much used?                                  - V 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree)                       __....___..._ 
b. Distance from opening                            ______..... ._ 
c. Type of opening                                 ________ ___ 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement 
e. TY e of cover                    ____, 
f. Ground cover near nest                                         i 
(heavy, mod., scant)                            ______"_____ 
g. Ilegetation 
(species around nest)            _,__._, ___    -_ 
h. Destruction factors: 
case 
date 
i. No. fertile eggs 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield 
species of hay 
species of weeds              _ 
height of nest cover 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge                             i __ 
~type of "fedge"l                             i 
species .ithin S' of nest                     __,___ 
c. Distance to good winter cover f Zi 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
COVR DlATA 
Faville Grove Area 
Moisture conditions: / Y-/                          Date: 4 0 
Exac t site No.    C-~      ~   P~t                 Section: 7L 
How much of site checked:// i                       Name:  k 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; c    50-75%; fc = 25-50%; nc = 15-25%;

R = 5-15%; v = below 5%. 
A      DO W                     HEEBACOUS                   WOODY PLANTS

1 al-fal-fa                1C. thistle                1I tamarack 
2 red clover                23vI/ thistle              2 red cedar 
ale. clover                wd. sorrel                  cr. juniper 
ow. clover                    foal                           spruce 
5 wh. clover                                           5       pine 
6 timothy                    sh. purse                 6       willo    4

7 bluegrass                  penny cress               7       hazel 
S R.C. grass                8 vervain                  8       popple 
9 quack                     9 crowfoot F.              9       oak 
0 orchard gr.              10 cowslip                  0       oak 
1.                         11 moad. rme                1       hickory 
2                            milkweed      V           2 bl. walnut 
PRAIRIE                     velvet leaf              3      locust 
1 Bluejoint                  cheeses                   1 basswood 
2 Bluestem                  5 violet                   5      maple 
i red top                   6 nightshade               6      elm 
t '  grass              7 chickweed                 7      ash 
5 spartina                 1 campion                  1 wd. plum 
6 silphitum                 9 mint fan.               9 vd. crab 
7 ripgiiut                  0 lily fam.                0      cherry 
9 fragmites                 1 sol. seal               21 hawthorn 
9 sedges                    2 carrion fl.             22      apple 
0 sh. star                    parsnip                  23 Rhibes 
1 star grass                 pr. lettuce24                    berry 
2 p. hemlock                5 mullein                 15       berry 
13 phlox                    6 nettles                   6      grape 
14 toadflax                 7 plantain                 7 V. creeper 
5 pleabane                  9 Rurvex                    S greenbriar 
6                           9 Polygonumi                       rose 
7                          30 pigweeds                  0      sumac 
19                          1 L. quarters               1 Vibornum 
9                           2 amaranth                  2      dogood 
03 ragweed                                             3      honoyuxc. 
CULTIVATED                  burdock                  3 
1 corn                      5 five finger              35 
2 barley                   6 egume F.                        UISC. 
r                          37 trefoil                   1 dead veg. 
5 wheat                        vetch                   2 boggy 
6 buckwheat                 9    e                     3 st'd water 
7  a                0spurge                     4.bare ground 
peas              4d      1 compositae   V            5 av. gravel 
S  dandelion       J 
9 soybeans                    sunflower                 6 sand 
1  sorghum                     goldenrod                7 peat 
11                          45 st. tights                9 loam 
2                          6                          9 rocky 
10 bl. land 
 
 

					
				
				
Weather: Faville Grove Area                                 ate     A/ 
a. Warm, normal, cold                                    Sto 
b.              , rainy, snowing 
c. Strong wind,   sX    still                             Site  i 
Ground conditions: 
a. Dry damp, wet, snow                                    Names 
HUTmS MW8IED 
1   , y  -.-                                                           -

2.  Ma  number                                  ....   ... 
3. Time                               -,-                     -    - 
4~. Distance from bi~rd                    L      _ 
5- Direction flhuihed                        -          -     -    -.-. 
6, Direction ycu are going                  -    - 
7., No. flushed together                                                
 -    - 
9.  Sex  (es)      -....                                      -       . 
___(a) co     ss direction dor-                   -    _. .   -    -.-. 
      - 
(b) fit, gentle, stee             -    - 
10. Type of cover (genoral) 
ll.Ect coyer from wich fluhed                    _ 
12.PPbable influoncly fac-ors-                    --                    
- 
ja) distanc;e from first flush       -    -     -     -     -    -     -
    - 
(b) direction refushed            -  -       -           -       - 
. cQ  distance from bird                        -    -     -.-.-.- 
(d) enera    t e of coy esr 
14.Remarks:(if long, ref. to notes) 
 
 

					
				
				
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Section                           DalWamr                      Date   dI_1

Man-hours                                                      Wind 
Rapiarian Partridge                                            Precip. 
Number flushed 
"    broods flushed 
"    dead or destroyed       I 
"    nests found            , 
"    dust bath locations                                           
        .... 
"    track records 
"    dropping locations 
"    misc. Hun. notes 
Other Gamte pe  es 
Ring-necked L heasant                seen;           nests;        broods;

quail                                flushed;        nests;           , broods

Prairie Caicken                      seen;          broods;         dropping

locations 
Cottontail Rabbit                    seen;               sign; _ 
Gray Squirrel                        seen;               sign; _ 
Fox Squirrel                         seen;               sign; _ 
Animal & bird, kills found, Sp. 
Hawks, seen or heard, species 
Owls, seen or heard, species 
Pellets found (no. locations) 
Gophers                                    seen;        runs;  _      dens;

Dog                              ___   _ seen;          sign; 
House Cat                        ,,,   _seen;           sign; 
Woodchuck__                           _   seen;         tracks;        dens;

Crows seen or heard 
Miscellaneous Notes              ___      _    _   _    _,,_-- 
 
 

					
				
				
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IHESTING RECORD SHEET 
Locality 
Dat   foundk/55- K        dofns 
By whoem found.                                         _____________ 
MM ap number  
Number of eggs        -_1____._                                         
        ___ 
Eggs clean or dirty                                    __     _     _   
__     _    _ 
F   emale flushed from nest: 
direction                                                ...... 
distance she flew                                          .... 
acted as though injured 
Distance to dust bath                                 _   _   __, 
Distance to gravel       ,0 ,5                  _,_"__ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield                             __________       " 
kind & height of grain                              _  __     __ 
Distance from roads or trails     ._______-___                         '

much used?                            %I 
General Conditions Prevailing:       L  , 
a. Slope (direction & degree) 
b. Distance from openinpg                            ________.... 
c. Te of opening                                                      __......

d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover imorovment i 
e. Type of cover                  ______....___ 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant)_______ 
g. Vegetation                        A X 
(species around nest) ....... 
h. Destruction factors:                                              I 
cause                            / 
date                           r 
i. Yo. fertile eggs/                           .. 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield 
species of hay        ._                                  _ 
species of weeds 
height of nest cover                            ___ 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge 
type of "edge"   . 
species within S' of nest    't 
c. Distance to good winter coveri                    _     _    _ 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
Faville Grove Area                        - 
Moisture conditions:                                Date: 
10xact site X0.                                      Secti   IV 
How imch of site ahcked:                            N *  .am.: . 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; c = 50-75%; fc = 25-50%; nc = 15-25%; 
R = 5-15%; v = below 5%. 
IMAO -3)---               - -B3ACEOUS                 3   WOO_ ~DY PIA2NTS

1 alfalfa.                    C. thistle                1 tamarack 
2 red clover                       thistle              2 red cedar 
als, clover    v.wd. sorrel                            or. juniper 
clover                  foxtail                           spruce 
5 wh. clover                5 Cruciforae                5       pine 
6 timothy        V,6 sh. purso                          6       willow 
7 bluegrass                 7 penny cress               7       hazel 
9 R.C. grases                 vervain                   8       popple 
9 quack                     9 crowfoot 7.               9       oak 
10 orchard gr.             10 cowslip                   0       oak 
1                          1 mead. rue                 1       hickory 
2                           2 milkweed                  2 bl. walnut 
  PRAIRIE               N. velvet leaf                      locust 
1 BlueJoint                1  cheeses                     basswood 
2 Bluestem                  5 violet                    5      maple 
red top                   6 nightshade                6      elm 
t' kl grass                1  chickweed                 7      ash 
5 spartina                1  campion                   9 wd. plum 
6 silphium                  9 mint fam.                 9 wd. crab 
7 ripgat                    0 lily fern.                0      cherry 
9 fragmites                 1 sol. seal                2 hawthorn 
9 sedges                    2 carrion fl.                      apple 
0 sh. star                    parsnip                  2    ibes 
1 star grass                  pr. lettuce              24      berry 
12 p. hemlock               5mullein                    5      berry 
3 phlox                     6 nettles                   6      grape 
I  toadflax                 7 plantain                 ?7 V. creeper 
5 pleabane                  9   ,'ex                      greenbriar 
16                            Polygonum                        rose 
17                         30 pigweeds                  30     u0mac 
8                           1 L. quarters               1 Vibornum 
,9                         32 amaranth                  2      dog,.ood 
0 CULTIVA                 3  rbgwd                    3      honoysum 
1 corn                      5 five finger               3 
2  arley                    6 lege F.                         misc. 
oats                      7 trefoil                   I dead veg. 
ye                         3 vetoh                        boggy 
Sbwheat                     9 medick                      st'd water 
6b     heat                 sp    e                      bare ground 
7 peas                        compositae 
S beans                       dandelion                 5av. gravel 
9 soybeans                  3 sunflower 
10 sorghum                  4 goldenrod                  7 peat 
L1                             St. tihts                   loam 
12                             a                           rocky 
60 bl. land 
 
 

					
				
				
FLUSH  DA TA          D t 
Weather:                    aville Grove Area        Cate  /___/ 
a. Warm, iomn, cold                               section 
b. 1nm1  cloudy, rainy, snowing 
c. Strong wind, ga s  il                           Site   ~   /r/ 
Ground conditions: 
a. Dry, damp, wet, snow                            Names   ! 
HMNS FLUSHED 
1. My whom 
2. Mapn mber----- 
3.  Time.--                                 -    - 
4. Distance from bird                  - 
6.  Direction  ycu  are going      --.--                        .-. 
7.    No.  flused  tgether            -    7- -           -    -.- 
9.  sex  (08)-                              -    --             -    - 
9 .  S lo ~ e                               -    -.-.. 
12,1I.    e  fluoncii flCtoOh e 
13.eblshdctorelsd 
(a ). d i ta c  f o  f i r s    . .....u...... . 
c) distance from bird 
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Locality %,t 
Date foud '//&3  Kind of nest                                  w 
By rhom fo'unp 
MR   nmber       .....________ 
Number of eggs-_______ 
Eg   clean or dirty                               ____....__    ... 
Feale flushed from nest: 
d rection                       __.....__ 
distance she flew ,..o 
acted as though injured- 
itance to dust bath 
Distance to gravel   .Z                  I       ! 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfiel.d                                      _____ 
kind & height of grain                                        __________'

Distance from roads or trails 
muc~h used?                                     _______ 
General Conditions Prevailing:I                                 I 
a. Soe (drection 3 degee) 
b, Disanc from opening______ 
c, Tye of opning______ 
d.Distance from And size of 
nestcoven  mrvmn 
e. -pefcover 
f. Gr   dcoer necr nest 
(heavy, od., scant).. 
g. Veeion 
(species aithn ne       f) 
h. Destructon factors: 
date 
i. No.,,fertile egs      .      . 
Speci fic Cover 
b. Peceow or roaside 
distance to edge        , 
c. Di.stance to good 7,nter cover 
d. Recc data 
Rmrs:                    ... 
 
 

					
				
				
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Approx. temp 
gyAngarian Partridge                                         Precip. 
Nmber flushed 
"t   broods flushed 
"'   dead or destroyed 
"    nests found 
dust bath locations 
"    track records 
" ~dropping locations 
"    misc Hun. notes 
Other Game Spev'Ies 
Ring-necked Pheasant                 seen;          nests;        broods;

Q~uail                              flushed;        nests;             broods

Prairie Chicken                      seen;         broods;         dropping

locations 
Cottontail Rabbit                   seen;               sign; 
Gray Squirrel                        seen;              sign; _ 
Fox Squirrel                        seen;               sign; 
Animal & bird, kills found, op. 
Hawks, seen or heard, species 
Owls, seen or heard, species 
Pellets found (no. locations) 
Gophers                                   seen;        runs;         dens;

Dog                                      seen;         sign; 
House Cat                                seen;         sign; 
Woodchuck                                seen;         tracks;        dens;

Crows seen or heard 
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Moisture condit$ons:                                  Date:      6 /3(f 
Ex ct site No.            Si I,                       section: 
How nach of site checked:-6!t                        Name:  4 5,*aet 
% covering on site:   a * over 75%; c   50-75%; fe = 25-50%; nc = 15-25%;

R = 5-15%; v = below 5%. 
1     fa                     1 C. thistle                1 timarack 
2 red clover                        thistle              2 red cedar 
ale. clover                 wd. sorrol                   cr. juniper 
uw. clover                  foxtai3 l4                         spruce 
5 r. clover                5 Cruciferae                 5       pine 
6 timo thy                  6 sh. purse                  6       willowT

7 bluerass     j7 penny cress                            7       hazel 
8 R.O. grass                8 vervain                    $       popple 
9 crowfoot P.                                          9       oak 
0 orchard gr.                 cowslip                    0       oak 
moad. rue                                                1       hickory

12 milkwood                   2 bl. walnut 
PRAIRIE                          velvet leaf               3      locust

1,Bluejoint                    cheeses                    basswood 
2 Blutem                   1violet                       5      maple 
red top                  16 nightshade                 6      elm 
t'k3. grass                 chic    ed                 7      ash 
5 spartina                          o                      wd. plum 
Ssilphim9 mint f.                                        9 wd. crab 
ripgt2                      lily f0.                 2       cherry 
9 fragmites                  1 sol. seal                21 hawthorn 
9 sedges                     2 carrion fl.              22      apple 
O sh. star                   3 parsnip                  2  lhibes 
1 star grass                  pr. lettuce               2       berry 
2 p. h       e5              mullein                   2       berry 
I phlox                     6 nettles                   26      grape 
toadflax                    plantain                   7 V. creeper 
5 pleabane                 19 Rusex                     ?8 greenbriar 
6                             Polygonum                         rose 
30 pigweeds                  0       sauac 
L. quarters              31 Vibornum 
92-ranth                                                 2      dog-ood 
3ragweed                                    o                  honoysu 
Scoburdoc                                                3 
2crn                           five fier                3 
oats                      361egume                           misc. 
r  dead veg. 
5re                            vetch                     2 boggy 
6 ukht                       medick 
spurge                   3st'd water 
7        ea t4 cos                itr e                 bare ground 
7PS&                        3 compo sitae     6 
9 b   eans                     dandelion                 5 av. gravel 
0 soybehs                      sunflower                 6 sand 
1ao rghu                 4goldenrod 
145St. tight$                                     3 loam 
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Ground conditions: 
a.     darap, wet, snow                      Names 1. 
HUNS FLUSHED 
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Man-hours    to                                                Wind 6' 
Approx. temp. 
Thiz arian Partridge                                          Precip. 
Number flushed                _ 
"    broods flushed 
"    dead or destroyed 
it   nests found            ___ 
It   dust bath locations 
"~   track records 
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Ring-necked 211easant                seen;           nests;        broods;

Quail                                flushed;    -   nests;      .    ...
brood 
Prairie Chicken                      seen;          broods;         dropping

Cllocations 
Cottontail Rabbit                    seen;               sign; 
Gray Squirrel                    I   seen;               sign; 
Fox Squirrel                         seen;               sign; 
Animal   bird, kills found,p'_ 
Hawks, seen or heard, species 
Owls, seen or heard, species 
Pellets found (no. locations)                            ..             
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Gophers                          IK L      seen;        runs;         dens;

Dog                                       seen;         sign; 
House Cat                                 seen;         sign; 
Woodchuck                            L    seen;         tracks;        dens;

Crows seen or heard                                 .....  ... 
Miscelaneouis Notes           ________________________ 
 
 

					
				
				
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Section--E                          Weather--L,                       3301

Map No.--2                          Subject-- I v 
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b.         cloudy, rainy, snowing 
c. Strog wind, q     , still                             Site 
Ground conditions: 
a.   y  dam, wet, snow                                   Names 
d~I FLUSHED.. 
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Date found  4L  Kind of nest-_ ____________ 
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Fea flushed from nest: 
Distance to dutbath 
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COVER DATA 
Faville Grove Area 
Moisture conditions:                               Date: 
Exact site No. -,      J , I 'Y,                  Section: 
How much of site checked:                          Name: 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; c    50-75%; fc = 25-50%; no = 15-25%;

R = 5-15%; v   below 5%. 
A                          flDO  1  HEMA0E0US          I   WOO_- .  DY PLA.NT$
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1afafa              1       C. thistle               . 1* taarack 
2 red clover     /                thistle              2 red cedar 
als. clover                wd. sorrel                3 cr. juniper 
sw. clover     i           foxtail                          spruce 
51 rh. clover              5 Cruciforae               .5      pine 
61 timothy                 6sh. prse                  6      willow 
7I bluegrass               7 penny cress   ,7                 hazel 
8 R.C. grass              9 vervain                   S       popple 
9 quack                    9 crofoot F.               9       oak 
0 orchard gr.            1  cowslip                   0       oak 
1                         11 moad. rue                 1      hickory 
2112 milkweed                                          2 bl. walnut 
PRAIRIE                     n velvet leaf,                      locust 
1 :fluejoint              1 cheeses                     basswood 
2 Bluestem                15 violet                    5      maple 
red top     I              nightshade                6      elm 
ti '1l grass             7 chickweed                 7      ash 
5 spartina                19campion                    S wd. plum 
6 silphium                 9 mint fam.                 9 rd. crab 
7 ripgt                   0 lily fam.                 0      cherry 
9 fragmites                1 sol. seal                 1 hawthorn 
9 sedges                    22carrion f.               2      apple 
0 sh. star                   parsnip                 2 Riibes 
1I star grass                 pr. lettuce             2       berry 
12 p. hemlock               5 mullein                 25      berry 
1  phlox                    6 nettles                 26      grape 
toadflax                 7 plantain                  7 V. creeper 
15 pleabane                   Ruwlex          ' greenbriar 
16                            Polygonum              P9      rose 
17                          0 pigweeds                30      sumac 
.1 L. quarters                                         1 Vibornum 
19                          2 amaranth                32      dogvood 
20                            ragweed           C      3      honoysueI 
C   CULTIVATED               33 rdock                   3 
1 corl                     5 five finger              3 
barley                      6 legume F.                      i41SC. 
Soat3s trefoil                                         1 dead vog. 
5 rye                      3 vetch                     2 boggy 
5   wheat                  9 medic                        g sty rater 
Sbuc et                    spurge                     bare ground, 
7 peas                     1 compositae                  ae grvel 
9 beans                       4andelion                  av. gravel 
9 soybeans                    sunflower                6 sand 
10 sorT=47Peat 
0 isorghum2 goldenrod                                   l 
21                         45 st. tights                9 rock 
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Names 
Man-hours                                                      Wind 
Sky     _    _ 
ApproX. temp.    - 
Hunarian Partridge                                            Precip. e 
Number flushed 
"    broods flushed 
"    dead or destroyed 
"    nests found              I   >,      , 
"    dust bath locations                           ,_ 
"    track records          __, 
"    dropping locations 
" misc. Htun. notes                 j~~                     3f     
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Ring-necked Pheasant                 seen;           nests;        broods;

Quail                                flushed;        nests; ..... .     broods

Prairie Chicken                      seen;          broods;         dropping

locations 
Cottontail Rabbit                    seen;               sign; 
Gray Squirrel                        seen;               sign; 
Fox Squirrel                         seen;               sign; ..........

Animal & bird, kills found, sp. 
Harks, seen or heard, species 
Owls, seen or heard, species 
Pellets found (no. locations) 
Golphers                                   seen;        runs;         dens;

Dog                                       seen;         sign; 
House Cat                                 seen;         sign; 
Woodchuck                                 seen;         tracks;        dens;
   - 
Crows seen or heard 
Miscellaneous Notes 
 
 

					
				
				
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Weather:                        Faville Grove Area           Dat e 
a. Warm, normal, cold                                     Section 
b. Sunny, cloudy, rainy, snowing 
c. Strong wind, gusty, still                              Site : 
Ground conditions: 
a. Dry, damp, wet, snow                                   Names 
HITS FLUSHE~Dc 
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tance from first fush4                       -     -    -     -   .- 
1.Rema s:(if long, ref. to notes) 
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NESTING RECORD SHEET 
Lo cal ity  / 
Date found           Kind of nest             - 
By vrhom found 
Map number 
Number of e  s 
gs clean or dirty 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction 
dis tance  ie flew 
acted as, tough injured      ....___             __' 
Distance to duet bath 
Distance to gravel 
D-stance & direction from 
nearest grainfield 
kind_& height of grain                          _____________ 
Distance from roads or trails                       _      _  "_   
          _ 
uch used? 
General Conditions Prevailin: 
a. Slope(direc   &onee) degre 
b. Dist nce from _     eninp_                      ___       _  " 
c   Typ e  o f   o p e n in                        _ _ _ _ _ _ _' 
d. Distance from an   size of                "     "" 
igarest cover mpro       AA 
e. Tye of cover 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod..scant) 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest) 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause 
date                             /   I 
i. o. fertile e~ s                     "___'__ 
Specific Cover 
a._Hayfield                         _____ 
sp e ',i e s   o f   h ay            ..  .    .  .._ 
species of weedse. 
height  of  nest  cover   "_        _  _  _  ,              I 
Yb encerow or roadside              '    - 
di stance to edge 
type pf ff- eI 
species -ithin _1 of nest                    _______' 
c. Distance to good 7inter cover          ..   ..     . 
d. Recheck data 
R e s :                     .                            .  . 
 
 

					
				
				
COVER DATI 
Faville Grove Area 
Moisture conditions'i    \                          Date:       3 
Bxact site N~o.                                     Secton: W 
How mach of site checked:                           Name: rvdi 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; c = 50-75%; fc     25-50%; no = 15-25%;

R = 5-15%; v = below 5%. 
-EADOW                  -- KACEUS        3- T           WOODY PLANTS 
1 alfalfa                   1 J. thistle                1 tamarack 
2 red clover  I                    thistle              2 red cedar 
l als. clover                wd. sorrel                  cr. juniper 
lw. clover                  foxtail                           spruce 
51 h. clover   iY           5 Cruciforae                5       pine 
6 timothy                   6 sh, purse                 6       willow 
7 bluegrass        ,7 penny cress                       7       hazel 
9 RC. grass   ,              vervain                   8       popple 
9 quack                     9 crowfoot P.               9       Oak 
0 orchard gr.              10 cowslip                   0       oak 
1                          1 moad. rue                 1        hickory 
2                          12 milkweed                 1 2 bl. walnut 
1iPRAIRIE    j              velvet leaf              1       locust 
1 3luejoint                1 cheeses                   I basswood 
2 Bluestem                  5 violet                    5      maple 
red top                   6 nightshade                6      elm 
 t'kl grass              7 chickweed                 7      ash 
5 spartina                  9 campion                  1 wd. plum       
     7. 
6 sil-phium                 9 mint fam.                19 Nrd. crab 
7 ripgut                      lily far.               20      chrry 
8 fragmites                 1 sol. seal                21 h awthorn 
sedges                    2 carrion fl.               2      apple 
o sh. star                    parsnip                  2   bhibes 
1 star grass                  pr. lettuce              2       berry 
p. hemlock              5ullein                     5      berry 
N phlox                     6 nettles                   6      grape 
toadflax                  7 plantain                 27 V, creeper 
5 pleabane                 R Rurvex                    ? greenbriar 
6                             Polygonum.?                      rose 
7                          30 pigweeds                 30      sumac 
1 1                           . quarters              31 Vibornum 
9                          32 amaranth                  2      dogwood 
203 ragweed                                             33     honoysuc 
CULTIVATED                  burdock                   3 
1 corn                     35 five finger               3 
2 barley                    6 legume F.                       MIC. 
oat s                    37trefoil                          misc 
rye                       7 vetch                     1 dead vog. 
5 wheat                     Svth2 boggy 
6bwheat                    medick                      s     wt 
buckwheat                   spurge                        r std gater 
7peas 1 compositae                                      bare groe 
0 beans                       dandelion                 5    . gravel 
9 soybeans                  3 sunflower                 6 sand 
0 sorghum                   4 goldenrod                 7 pea 
11                         45 st. tights                3 loam 
21                         46'                          9 rocky 
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Man-hours    -                                                Wind _    
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Sky 
Approx. temp. 
Hunarian Partridge                                          Precip. 
Number flushed                 5 
"t   broods flushed 
"    dead or destroyed 
"'   nests found           _ 
"    dust bath locations 
"    track records 
"    dropping locations 
.misc  Hun. notes      _estroods 
Other Game   E, -is a' 
Ring-necked Theasant                 seen;          nests;        broods;

Quail                                flushed;       nests;             broods

Prairie Oicken                      seen;          broods;        dropping

locations 
Cottontail Rabbit                    seen;              sign; 
Gray Squirrel                        soon;              sign; 
Fox Squirrel                         seen;              sign; _ 
Animal & bird, kills found, sp. 
Hawks, seen or heard, species 
Owls, seen or heard, species 
Pellets found (no. locations) 
Gophers                               /   seen;        runs,          dens;

Dog                                       seen;        sign; 
House Cat                                 seen;        sign; 
Woodchuck                                 seen;        tracks;    -    dens;

Crows seen or heard 
Miacellaneous Notes               I                  ( 
 
 

					
				
				
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Map No --5 
Date- 
Name-- 
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FAVILLE GROVE SURVY 
Section-E 
Map No.--5 
Name-- '               L-.- 
Weather- 
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Remarks 
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Weate                         Paville Grove Area          Date    J-    t

a.       noal, coldSection 
b.  t     cloudy, rain     wing 
c. S~thng wnd, gusty,   i                              Site 
Groud conditions: 
a. (~damp, wet, snow                                   Iae 
HUTS FLUSHED 
1%  By  whom   ...-.-                                      -    -    - 
2. Map number-                                       -     -    -- 
3. Time-                                                   -    -    - 
)4, Distance from bird           -.-                      -   --.-,- 
5, Direction fluwhed 
6. Direction yu are oin.                      -      .-.-.-.-           
- 
7. No. flushed together              L          -          -    -    -. 
9 
9. Sex (es) 
9.slope 
(a) com2ass direction down 
b at, etle    stea-                           -    - 
l .Type of cover ( oner,-)                      -    -.-.-.-,- 
I.Exact cover from which flushed    -          -    --              - 
c                             -,  ,   -..   -.-         -   --- 
12.Probable influcncipn factors 
(a)                7L 7                     -          -    - 
I  .Reflushed                        -          -    -   .  .... 
a distanue from first flush. 
b direction reflushed 
(c) distance from bird           - 
(t) g       ty-e  of  cover      -    -.-.-.-                    -     -

1i.Remarks:(if loig, ref. to notes) 
 
 

					
				
				
COVM DATA 
Faville Grove Area 
Moisture conditions:                                Date 
Exact site No. -                                    Section: 
How mch of site checked: 6N Name: 
% covering on site: a , over       c   -     ;fo- 25-50%    n no' 
R = 5-15%; v - below 5%. 
A        'IEDO              D4  H   AC30TIS             I   WOOY PLANTS 
alofalf a                 1 C. thistle               1 tamarack 
2. red clover               2 f , thistle              2 red cedar 
al. clover    -  .       j wd. sorrel                  cr. juniper 
sw. clover  4(4 foxtail                              L       spruce 
5i vh. clover               5 I  Cruciferae            5       pine 
6 timothy           .       6 sh. purse                6       7illow 
7 bluegrass                 7 penny cress              7       hazel 
9 R.C. grass                9 vervain                  S       popple 
99 crowfoot F.                                        9       oak 
0 orchard gr.              10 cowslip                  0       oak 
2                          11 mead. rue                i       hickory 
1                           12 milkweed                 2 bl. walnut 
. PRAII                  3 velvet leaf              3      locust 
Bluejoint                 . cheeses                  14 basswood 
2 Bluesten                  5 violet                   5      maple 
3 red top                   6 nightshade               6      elm 
-1 t'l grass               17 chickweed                7      ash 
5 spartina                 1  campion                  S wd. plum 
El silphium                 9 mint fsm.                9 wd. crab 
7 ripgat                   20 lily faro.               0      cherry 
6!framites                 21 sol. seal                  hawthorn 
Oisedges                   2 carion fl.                22      apple 
o 'Ish. star               2  parsnip                  2       apibes 
11 star grass             2 pr. lettuce               2       berry 
p. hemloc                25 muein                   5      berry 
I phlox                     6 nettles                  6      grape 
toadflax                 2 7 plantain               27 V. creeper 
5 jleabane       V.        2 Ru                     2 greenbriar 
6                            Polygonnm                2       rose 
7                            0 pigweeds                 0      sumac 
1 L. quarters              31 Vibernum 
9                           2 amaranth                32      dogwood 
20                            ragweed                  3      honoysucl 
CULTIVATD                    14 burdoc&                  3 
1 corn                     35 five finger              3 
2 barley                 36 legume F. 
oats                     37 trefoil                   1     MISC. 
rye                       3 vetch                     2 dead  og. 
5wheat                    2!mdc                          boggy 
6 bwheat                   9 medick                      st'd water 
6 buckwheat                   spurge                    ) bare ground 
7 peans                     1 compositao                5 av. gravel 
9 beans                     - dandelion                 6 
soybeans                -3 sunflower                 6 sand 
sorghum                  4 goldenrod                 7 peat 
145 st. tights               , loam 
2                         06                           9    rocky 
10 bl. land 
 
 

					
				
				
NESTING RZEORD SHEET 
Locality 
Date found             ind of nest    "   ILA 
Number of eggs                             .,                      , 
Egs clean or, dirty,                     A ",4,4 
Female flushed from nest:                          * 
direction                         _____, 
distance she flew                                 _ 
acted as though injured                           ________. 
Distance to dust bath                ,_                      __ 
Distance to gravel                                   ____'__ 
Distance & direction from 
nerest grainfiel 
kind & height of grain                            _______.. 
Distance from roads or trails            _,_______l___ 
much used?_______ 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree)                       __ ___1 
b. Distance from onening                            _________.. ..._, 
c. Type of opening                                             - 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement 
e. Zrpe of cover                     .. 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant)                            ___ 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest)                           _   _    __ 
h. Destruction factors:             V 
cau se 
date 
i. No. fertile eggs 
specific Cover 
a. Hayfield 
species of hay 
species of weeds 
height of net       er 
b. Fencerow or oadsidp 
d i s t a n c e   t o   e e_                           _             __ 
type of "edge"                _   _   _,_,, 
species ,within 91 of nest                    _    _. 
c. Distance to good winter cover ;______                   ..    ..__ 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks    P 
 
 

					
				
				
COVER DATA 
Faville Grove Area 
Moisture conditions:                                  Date: 
Exact site No.                           )-          Section: 
How mach of site checked:                            Name:         A' 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; c = 50-75%; fc = 25-50%; nc      15-25%;

R = 5-15%; v = below 5%. 
RMURK                        B3Z=J                        RMA.RK 
A        W                      H                        I   WOODY PLANTS

1 al  fa1 C. thistle                                    . tamarack 
2 red clover                2       thistle              2 red cedar    
 3V    1 
als. clover                 wd. sorrel                 3 cr. juniper 
sw. clover                 foxtail                    4       spruce 
5h. clover                5 Cruciferae                 5       pine 
6 timothy                   6 sh. purse                  6       willow 
71bluegrasws                7 penny cress                7       hazel 
S R.C. grass                9 vervain                    9       popple 
9 u                         9 crowfoot F.                9       oak 
0 orchard gr.               0 cowslip                    0       o ak 
1                          1i mad. rue                    I      hickory

2                           2 milkweod                   2 bl. walnut 
3IR       E                  1  velvet leaf               3      locust 
1Bluejoint                 1 cheeses                    4 basswood 
2 Bluestem                  5 violet                            maple 
red top                   6 nightshade                 6      elm 
t'z grass                7 chickweed                  7      ash 
5 spartina                 1   campion                   $ wd. plum 
6 silphium                  9 mint faro.                19 id. crab 
7 ripgat                    0 lily fam.                  0      cherry 
9 fragmites                 21 sol. seal                21 hawthorn 
9 sedges                    22 carrion fl.               2      apple 
0 sh. star                  2 parsnip                   2   b.i Rbes    
     6 
1 star grass               2  pr. lettuce   V           24       berry 
2 p. henlock                5 mullein                    5      berry 
1  phlox                    -6 nettles                   6      grape 
toadflax                 ?7 plantain                  2 V. creeper 
5 pleabane                 !1 Rurvex                    2 greenbriar 
6                             Polygonum               j         rose 
7                           30 pigweeds                  0mac 
is                             L. quarters               i Vibeerm 
9                           32 amaranth                  2      do good 
3 ragweed                   3      , honoysuc.1 
0 CULTIVAED                34 bur do c                  34 
1 corn                      35 five finger               35 
2 barley                     6 legume F. 
oats                       7 trefoil                    mdsc. 
rye                        0 vetch                     2 dead yog. 
5 wheat                     39 medick                    2 bogg   a 
6 buckwheat                 0 spurge                      4 bare ground 
7 Peas                      41 6ompositae                 avr gravel 
S beans                        dandelion                  5 sand 
9 soybeans                  43 sunflower                  -1pat 
sorghum  27Peat 
sorghum                14 goldenrod 
1                           45st ti hts                  3la 
201ro.y 
10 bl. land 
 
 

					
				
				
				
				
Daily  amx7_ 
Man-hours                                                      Wind 
Approx. tZ. 
Hun arian Partride                                             Precip. 
Lumber flushed 
'    broods flushed 
"f   dead or destroyed 
"    nests  found           _  _  _  _    _  _  _   _   _..        
     ... 
"    dust bath locations    .    .    .. 
'    track records 
"    dropping locations 
"    misc, Hun. notes 
Other Game Spe.8s 
Ring-necked Pheasant                seen;           nests;        broods;
  - 
Quail                                flushed;    -   nests;             broods

Prairie Chichen                      seen;           broods;        dropping

locations 
Cottontail Rabbit                    seen;               sign; 
,Gray Squirrel                  ,,    seen;              sign; 
Pox Squirrel                         seen;               sign; 
Animal & bird, kills found, sp. 
Hawks, seen or heard, species 
Owls, seen or heard, species 
Pellets found (no. locations) 
Gophers                                    seen;        runs;         dens;

Dog                                       seen;         sign; 
House Oat                                 seen;         sign; 
Woodchuck                                 seen;         tracks;        dens;

Crows seen or heard 
Miscellaneous Notes 
 
 

					
				
				
7A.YZLLE GROVE SURVYT 
section-V                                SubJect-- 
Map 2;0.-6                                Weather--                    1

Date-Remarks- 
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FAVILLE GROVE SURVY 
Section--S                     Remarks-- 
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Nuimber of 
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f   roemale flushed from nest: 
direction 
distance she flew 
acted as tho ug 
.istance to dust bath3 
istance to ra el 
Distance & direction from 
nearest gainfield 
Di   ecann f-nta       ral 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & --degree) 
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C0YM DATA 
Faville Grove Area 
Moisture conditions:                                  Date: 
Exact site No.          '                             Section:   " 
          9 
How mach of site checkad:                            Name: 
% covering on site: a . over 75%; c = 50-75%; fc     25-50%; nc   15-25%;

R P 5-15%; v = below 51a. 
A____ 11MDW               EAEOSI                      MDY PAN1TS 
V1C. thistle                                             I tamarack 
2 red clover                        thistle              2 red cedar 
als. clover j               wd. sorrel                   cr. juniper 
sw. clover                )4 foxtail                           spruce 
5 wh. clover                5 Cruciferae                         pine 
6 timothy                   6 sh. purso                  6       willoW 
7 bluegrass                 7 penny cress                7       hazel 
9 R.C. grass   1              vervain                    9       popple 
9 quack                     9 crowfoot F.                9 Pi oak 
0 orchard gr.              10 cowslip                    0       Oak 
1moad. rue                                                       hickory

milkweed                   2 bl. walnut 
PRAIRIE                          volvot leaf               3       locust

1 Bluejoint                1   cheeses                   I basswood 
2 Bluestem                 15 violet                     5      maple 
red top                   6 night shade                6      elm 
t'kl grass                7 chick-eed                  7      ash 
5 spartina,1                   campion                  1 wd. plum 
6 silphium                  9 mint fam.                 19 v7d. crab 
7 ripgxt                     lily fam.                  0      cherry 
91fragmites                  1 sol. seal                21 hawthorn 
9 sedges                     2 carrion fl.               2      apple 
0 sh. star                     parsnip                     Ribes 
1 star grass                  pr. lettuce                       berry 
2 p. hemlock               25 mullein                    5      berry 
1 phlox                     6 nettles                    6      grape 
toadflax                  7 plantain                   7 V. creeper 
15 pleabane                 29 Rurex        v            s greenbriar 
6                            9 Polygonum                         rose 
7                           30 pigweeds                  0      Sumac 
1 L. quarters               1 Vibernum 
9                            2 amaranth                  2      dogood 
ragweed                           honoysuc14 
CULTIVATED                                             3 
1corn                      3   udc-3 
1corn            /           five fincer               35 
2barley                    36 1 egume F.Msc 
o a t s                              .                        M I S C . 
oats                         trefoil                    1 dead vg. 
rye                          vetch                     2 boggy 
5 wheat                        medick                       st'd  ater 
6 buckwheat                    spurge                      bare ground 
7peas                        1 compositae                  ba. grvel 
9beans                                                   5 elo  av. gravel

soybeans                       dandelion                  6 sand 
94obas3 sunflower                                  7 peat 
o sorghum                   14 goldenrod                   loam 
1                          45 st. tights                9 
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COVER DATA 
Favi !le Grove Area 
Moisture conditions:        p                       Date:     / 2 2  3 3

Exact site No. bi                                   Section:  b 
How much of site checked:   N©"   JA  dJ            Name:    I4
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% covering on site: a * over 75%; c    50-75%; fc   25-50%; nc = 15-25%;

5-5;v =be'lw% 
A.                              HERBAGEUS.                -WOODY PLANTS 
1                            C. thistle               1 tamarack 
2 red clover                2 fL   thistle             2 red cedar 
I |l.clover                  w.sre 
. clover                        sorrel                 cr. juniper 
sw. clover                 foxtail                   4       sprmce 
5[7h. clover                5 Cruciforae               5       pine 
6 timothy      V6 sh. purse                            6       willow 
7 bluegrass                 7 penny cress              7       hazel 
R.C. grass               8 vervain                   9       popple 
9quack                      9 crowfoot F.              9       oak 
0 orchard gr.              10 cowslip                  10       oak 
S                         11 mead. rue                 1      hickory 
2                           12 milkweed                 2 bl. walnut 
PRAIRIE     I               velvet leaf                     locust 
1 Bluejoint                1 cheeses                   1 basswood 
2 Bluestem                  5 violet                   5      maple 
red top                  16 nightshade               6      elm 
t'k- grass              7 chickweed                 7      ash 
5 spartina                 1  campion                  S 7d. plum 
6 silphium                  9 mint fam.    Y           9 wd. crab 
7 ripgu t                   0 lily fam.               20      cherry 
9 fragmites                 1 aol. seal                1 hawthorn 
9 sedges                    2 carrion fl.              2       apple 
,0 sh. star                 3 parsnip                  2 Phibes 
11 star grass               1 pr. lettuce              2       berry 
12 p. hemlock               5 mullein                   5      berry 
1  phlox                     6 nettles                 26      grape 
'+ toadflax                 7 plantain                 7 V. creeper 
5 pleabane                  9 Rurvex                 I    greenbriar 
16                          9 Polygonum                2       rose 
17                         30 pigweeds                 30      sumac 
31 L. quarters               I Vibernum 
9                          32 amaranth                 32      dogwood 
C"UTIAE                      3 ragweed                 3X      honoysue-ls

0 CULTIVATD                     r do -                 3 
1 corn   [4J 
2 barley                   35 five finger              35 
a                     3 legume F.                       MISC. 
Soat                      7 trefoil                   1 dead vog. 
5+ ryea                   '5 vetch                      2 boggy 
5 wheat                     9 medick                           rater 
buckheat                  spurge                       t b ar er 
7 peas                     41 compositae                  bare ground 
S beans                    4    delion                  5 av. gravel 
9 soybeans                 4 sunflower                  6 sand 
10 sorghum                  4 goldenrod                7 peat 
i1                          45 st. tights               8 loam          
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Section   -Dal                           hmr 
Man-hours   )A                                                Wind 
Approx. texzp. 
HInarian Partridge                                          Precip._____,__

nber flushed 
"    broods flushed 
"    dead or destroyed 
"'   nests found 
dust bath locations 
"    track records 
"    dropping locations 
"    misc. Hun. notes 
Other GameSpe2 
Ring-necked Pheasant           _    seen;          nests;     I   broods;

flushed;       nests;             broods       2 
Prairie Chicken                      seen;         broods;         dropping

locations 
Cottontail Rabbit                   seen;               sign; 
Gray Squirrel                        seen;  ,______ sign;      ....  .. 
Fox Squirrel                        seen;               sign; _ 
Animal & bird, kills found, op.            . A 
Harks, seen or heard, species 
Owls, Been or heard, species    _    _\_            _     _   __.. 
Pellets found (no. locations)                                           .....

Gophers                                   seen;        runs;         dens;
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Dog                                       seen;        sign; 
Hou Be Cat                                seen;        sign; 
Woodchuck                                seen;         tracks;        dens;

Crows seen or heard 
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Section                          Daily  Vfl  NA Date 
Man-hours                                                     Wind 
Sky___ 
Approx. temp. 
MInMarian Partridge                                          Precip.___-,._____

Number flushed 
"    broods flushed            1 
"    dead or destroyed       ,_,. 
"    nests found           _ 
"    dust bath locations 
"    track records 
"    dropping locations    ___ 
misc. Hun.  notes             -.  ,   ,,. IA  ..... '          ( 
Other Game S§2Pt.e es 
Ring-necked Pheasant                 seen;          nests;        broods;

Quail                               flushed;        nests;             broods

Prairie Chicken                      seen;         broods;         dropping

locations 
Cottontail Rabbit                   seen;               sign; _ 
Gray Squirrel                        seen;              sign; _ 
Fox Squirrel                        seen;               sign; _ 
Animal & bird, kills found, sp. 
Hawks, seen or heard, species 
Owls, seen or heard, species                           ..... 
Pellets found (no. locations)      .... 
Gophers                                   seen;        runs;         dens;

Dog                                      seen;         sign; 
House Cat                                 seen;        sign; 
Woodchuck                                 seen;        tracks;   -    dens;

Crows seen or heard              ,    _..              ..    ... 
Miscellaneous Notes                  C(&'                           
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Locality   vA4t]                  CIo 
By'   "ft 
F e flushed from nest: 
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di t nce he flew         !    _    _,_         _ 
acted as thoughi injured______ 
Distance to dust bath                                _______ 
Distance  to gravel         i_______ 
Distance & direction from      . 
neret gainfield__                                _____ 
kind__________ &                         __________of__grain_ 
General Codtinrevail.ing! 
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Faville Grove Area 
oisture conditions:                                 Date: 
Exact site No.                                       Section:      N f/ 4

How much of ite checked:                           N~ame:    ,   J 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; c    50-75%; fc = 25-50%; no    15-25%;

R = 5-15%; v   below 5%. 
RZ':.PRK              MLLIaiAR 
A                       D   HERBACEOUS              H    OODY PLANTS 
1 alfalfa                   I C. thistle                  tamarack 
21 red clover               2      thistle              2 red cedar 
al s. clover                jwd. sorrel                  or. juniper 
I.       clover             foxtan                            spruce 
5 ih. clover                5 Cruciforae                5       pine 
6 timothy                   6 sh. purse                 6       willow 
7 bluegrass                   penny cress                      phazel 
8 R.. grass                7 vervain                           popple 
9 quack    -                9 crowfoot F.               9       Oak 
0 orchard gr.              10 cowsl p                   0       oak 
1                             mead. rue                1        hickory 
2                             milkweed                  2 bl. walnuit 
PRAIRIE                  3 velvet leaf                      locust 
1 Bluejoint                I  cheeses                     basswood 
2Bluese                   5 violet                   15      maple 
red top                  16 nightshade                6      elm 
t ' l grass               7 chickweed                 7      ash 
51spartina                   campion                   S wd. plum 
6 silphium                  9 mint fam.                 9 Td. crab 
7,ripgat                    0 lily famn.                0      cherry 
Vfr  ites                   sol. seal                 1 hawthorn 
9 sedges                    2 carrion fl.               2      apple 
0 sh. star                 2 parsnip                   NRhibes 
1 star grass                  pr. lettuce                      berry 
2 p. heml ock                 mullein                          berry 
phlox                     6 nettles                   6      grape 
toadflax                  7 plantain                  7 V. creeper 
5 pleabane                    Ruex           0            greenbriar 
6                             Polygonum                        rose 
7                             pigweeds                  0      sumac 
1 L. quarters                 Vibrnam 
9                           2 amaranth                         dogCood 
2raveed1       C                  honeys clx 
C OCULTIVATED                4 brdock. 
corn                      5 five finger 
2 barley                    6 legume  .                       MIS. 
oat7s trefoil                                               midc. 
rye                       9vetch                      I rlo ad v og. 
5 wheat                       medik                    2 boggy 
6 buckwheat                   spdige                      st'd water 
peas                    4     srge                     bare ground 
9 beans                       dandelion                   av. gravel 
9 soybeals                    sunflower                 6sad 
st. tights                  loa 
16                                                      9 rocky 
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Man-hours                                                    Wind 
sky  <, 
Approx. temp. 
Hungarian Partridge                                          Precip. 
Number flushed 
It   broods flushed           f 
"    dead or destroyed 
it   nests found 
"    dust bath locations 
"    track records 
dropping locations 
"    misc. Hun. notes 
Other Game Sp eoe,-es 
Ring-necked Pheasant                seen;          nests;        broods;

q.uail                              flushed;       nests;             broods

Prairie Chicken                     seen; 2.    4ibroods;         dropping
/ . 
tlocations 
Cottontail Rabbit                   seen;              sign; 
Gray Squirrel                       soen;              sign; 
Fox Squirrel                        seen;              sign; 
Animal & bird, kills found, sp. 
Hawks, seen or heard, species        1 AA, A i)  U   j 
Owls, seen or heard, species 
Pellets found (no. locations) 
Gophers                                  seen; _      runs-,        dens;

Dog                                      seen;        sign; 
House Cat                                seen;        sign; 
Woodchuck                                seen;        tracks;        dens;

Crows seen or heard 
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BROOD DATA 
Weather:                    Faville Grove Hun Survey      Date          
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a. warm,  r'cold                                        eio!2       7   
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b, sunny, ;  , rainy                                   Section 
c. st. wind, gusty,( (1                                Names 
Ground conditions: 2              JrodN 
wet                                               Brood No. 
1. Map no. _t___,,, 2. Time of day             3. Contact no. 
4. Distance from (a) female   / .         (b  nearest chick 
5. Amount of time spent with tr6od .          minates. 
6. Direction you are going    k* 7. Direction female flushed 
8. General cover from which flushed (answer a, b, c, and d) 
a. Slope---(l) compass direction down 
(2) flat, gentle or .teep        ... 
b. Distance from opening         feet. Kind of opening 
c. Type of opening 
d. Distance from crown cover           feet 
9. Lmediately surrounding cover (within 100 feet of flush) 
a. Crown coier (kind & approx. density) 4      _     ,_, 
b. Undergri7eth: (1) type  -            -     (2) density 
c. Ground cover: (1) type     t Z!,I=,        (2) density 
10. Exact cover from which flushM  (within 10 feet of flush point 
a. Close to trees or shrubs: (i) species _             (2) height 
b. In the open (at least 10 feet from trees or shrubs)-: 
(1) distance from tame hayfield           feet. 
(2) distance from grain field                ,. 
c. Exact description of species of cover at cint of flush: 
(I) overhanging cover: species                -   .. densityLk' 
(2) undergrowth: species ,ift,,                     density ..... 
11. Male Hun flushed nearby _(yes or no); distance from brood 
12. Condition of brood: 
a. Number of chicks: (I) seen    -   ; (2) h..rd, not seen 
b. Estimated number of chicks in brood 
c. Size of chicks in comparison with a meadowlark          L&     4 
  -- 
d. Age of brood, estimated in weeks  --T         weeks/ 
e. Brood flushed or scattered?                  ; flew how far ________ 
f. Development of plumage 
13. Behavior and movements of feme    f brood and of men on survey: 
14. Identity of brood based on            ,_._ 
15. Probable influencing factors: 
a. Regarding position of brood: (1)            A. C 
(2) 
b. Regarding behavior of brood: (1)                                     
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c. Rea       methods of  iscovery and handling: (1) _(A 
16. Remarks: (If long, give reference to position in notes) 
 
 

					
				
				
COVER )A.TA. 
Faville Grove Area 
Moisture conditions:                                Date: 
Exact site No.                                      Section: 
How m ich of site checked:                          Name: 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; c = 50-75%; fc = 25-50%; nc    15-25%;

R - 5-15%; v =below 5%. 
A   MEADOW                  D   HExxACEOUS              3bn 1'*D  LANTS 
1 alfalfa            1     '1 C. thistle              1 tamarack 
2 red clover                2      thistle             2 red cedar 
als. clover                 wd. sorrel               3cr. juniper 
ew. clover                 foxtail                           spruce 
5h. clover                  5 Cruciforae               5       pine 
6 timothy                   6 sh. purse                6       willow 
bluegrass                 7 penny cress              7       hazel 
9 R.C. grass                8 vervain                  8       popple 
9quack                      9 crowfoot F.              9       oak 
orchard gr.              10 cowslip                  0       oak 
11 mead. me                 1       hickory 
S212 milkweod                                          2 bl. walnut 
PRAIRIE                 3 velvet leaf                      locust 
Bluejoint                  1. cheeses               1 basswood 
2 Bluestem                 15 violet                   5      maple 
red top                  16 nightshade               6      elm 
ttkl grass              17 chickweed                 7      ash 
5r partina                  9 campion                  S wd. plum 
6 silphium                 1 9 mint fam.               9 rd. crab 
7 ripgat                   20 lily far.              20      cherry 
8 fragmites                21 sol. seal                21 hawthorn 
9 sedges                    2 carrion fl.              22      apple 
0 sh. star                 ; parsnip                   23 Rhibes 
11 star grass                 pr. lettuce              24      berry 
12 p. hemlock              -5 mullein                  25      berry 
13 phlox                     6 nettles                  6      grape 
I  toadflax                ?7 plantain                 7 V. creeper 
5 pleabana                 D Rurvex                      P .reenbriar 
16                        29 Polygonum.                       rose 
17                         30 pigweeds                 0      Sammac 
31 L. quarters               1 Vibornum 
9                          32 amaranth                 2      dogrood 
0                            ragweed                   3     honoyuckU 
CULTIVATEDroc3 
I corn              3burdock                    3 
1 corn                      5 five finger              3 
barley                  6 leg-me  .                       misc. 
oats                     37 trefoil                   1ddv. 
rye   .33 vetch                                       1dead vog. 
5 wheat                     Svetch                      2boggy 
6 buckwheat                   medick                      st'd water 
7   wpeas                 1 s   itrge                   bare ground 
pa                    compsitae               5a.gae 
8 beans                       dandelion                   av. gravel 
9 soybeans                  3 sunflower                 7 sand 
0 sorghum                  4 goldenrod                 7 peat 
1                          45 st. tights                9 loam 
2         10 bl. land 
 
 

					
				
				
NESTING RECORD SHEET 
LocalityVIP -  
Date f~ound      K~/i)~ind of' nest -   d______________ 
MM...   er number 
Nuber of eggs                                      __ 
Es clean or dirty                  *_                        _   _    _ r____'

Female flushed from nest: 
direction                                       _  _     ......_        
    _ 
distance she flew                               _____-_____,_,, 
actedgsa though injured          -____..              .    ....__ 
Distance to dust bath                 -_, 
Distance to gravel                  __.....        _ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield                          ______-____.. ..__ 
kind & height of grain           '_                      _  _    _  
_  _   _ 
Distance from roads or trails          /                               _)
  __ t 
n ch  used?               . .    ...______ 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree)     i 
b. Distance from opening            j "       . 
c. Type of opening_______ 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement       __....__.... 
e. Type of cover                    - 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(e.  .  mod.,  scant) ..._____... 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest)                          ______ 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause                                        _______ 
date 
i. No. fertile eggs ...._ 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                        _    "____ '_                   
          _ 
species of hayr_______ 
species of weeds                __ 
height of nest cover                         _    _    _ 
b. Fencerow or roadside                          I 
distance to edge                            i 
type of "edge" 
species within SI of nest 
c. Distance to good winter cover 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
				
				
FAVI/ 
Section                           Daily                       fat a 
Names 
Man-hours    -                                                Wind 
Appro . tem.~~ 
mimari an Partridge                                           Precip. 
]N1uber flushed                ______________________ 
"    broods flushed 
"    dead or destroyed        ,_    __ 
"    nests found 
"    dust bath locations    _ 
"    track records 
"    dropping locations 
"    misc, Hun. notes 
Other Game, Spe-',Ps 
Ring-necked Pheasant                 seen;          nests;       Ibroods;

Quail                                flushed;   -   nests;             broods

Prairie Chicken               _   _seen;            broods;       dropping

'  ....  'locations 
Cottontail Rabbit                    seen;              sig   i 
Gray Squirrel                        seen; _       _    sign; 
Fox Squirrel                 _       seen;            _sign; 
Animal & bird, kills found, sp. 
Hawks, seen or heard, species 
Owls, seen or heard, species 
Pellets found (no, locations) 
Gophers                                   seen;        runs;          dens;

Dog                                       see_;       sign; _ 
House Cat                                 seen;    -   sign; __       _ 
   _ 
Woodchuck                                 seen;        tracks;         dens;

Crows seen or heard 
Miscellaneous Notes              ___, 
 
 

					
				
				
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Local ity 4    (       4 
lat   found#Yi     L Kind of nest                   _      _      _     _
     _ 
Snumber of eggs 
Es clean or dirty                                  _    __            _ 
    _ 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction                          ,,    _   _ 
distance she flew                     .,_____....__ 
acted as though inAured 
Distance to dust bath                 ,/_                          _    _
  _    _ 
Distancq to gravel                         ,_ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield                   ...           .__ 
kind & hei ht of grain        ,___-____ 
Distance from roads or trails                    ....--I__'___ 
much used?                        ____    -_,__ 
General onditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree)                      _______'__'_' 
b. Distance from opening ....            , 
c. Type of openig 
d. Distance from and size of      I 
nerst cover im rovemt _____,___, 
e. Te of cover                                         -' 
fGround cover near nest 
(heavy., mod., .scant)                                         " 
g. Vegetation 
(species a    nd nest)  ,_,_"____' 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause 
date 
i. No. fertile eggs                 ,_,___" 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                         __" _'"'__ 
species of hay 
species of weeds              _ 
height of nest cover           ____.              ...__ 
b. Fencerow or roadside" 
distance to edge              , 
type of "edge"                3 
species within 8' of nest             .... 
c. Distance to good   winter cover' 
d. Recheck data 
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ITSTG REQOD SHET 
Lo cal ityS~6         1 
Dateof nest                               , 
By yhcm fou2n~.d- 
M a- numb e r                                                        ______

Number of eggs           ,             3.   ..    .... 
Eggs clean or dirty         ,_,'__ 
-         flushed from nest: 
direction                               j_ ,_____ 
'distance jj6 flew                /   - 
acted as t'hougb. injured                         _____________ 
Distance to dust bath        "_                              _   _ 
__/_           _ 
Distance to gravel          .......______ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield           _ 
kind & heigLt of grain                                         j 
Distance from roads or trails        Jr. 
much used? 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree) ....._,_.                          ..._

b. Distance from opening        ,________ 
c. Type of opening                                 __-________ 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement        .___.....                  . 
e. Type of cover            ......._ 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy  mo.  scn)f 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest)          ..________ 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause                                 _    ____ 
date_______ 
i. Io. fertile eggs     ..... 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield       ...    ...... 
species of hay 
species of weeds                       '                      _ 
height of nest cover     ,,_              ___-__ 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge 
type of "edge"                       ,__._ 
species within 81 of nest          ,_, 
c. Distance to good winter cover __ 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks: 
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MESTING REORD SHw 
Locality',4~ 
Date found       Kind of nest 
By rhom found                         6    _____________ 
Ma  number                                 _ _ _  _ _ __  _ _  _ _ _ 
Number of eggs                            q______      _______ 
,gs clean or dirty 
Femae flushed from nest: 
direction 
di stance  she  flew        _ _ _ _ _ _  ______      _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
acted  as  thouh  injured  . . ..._.... 
Dt ance to dust bath                       ___ 
Distance  to  gravel          __  "_ _, _  __ __ __ __ _  _ _. ... 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield                  _   _      _  _   _    _ 
kind & height of grain                  ___ 
Distance  from  roads  or  trails  _ _ _ ..... .....     _ _  ..... 
much  used?,_,_____,,                ,_        __,_        _,, 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree)             _   _    _    _  _    _ 
b. Distance from  openin   "_____,__ ,_,_____ 
c._Type of opening                         ______      _______ 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement  _ 
e._ Ty e  of  cover           ___... ..___  __            - 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant)                   _      __     _   _   _ 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest)__ 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause 
date                       ,, _,__ 
i. No. fertile es ... 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield 
species of ha   .. ....._                                _ _ 
species  of  weeds           4____.....          .   .. 
height of nest cover,                ___       __   _   ___ 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance toede dge 
type of'ede"  ,_                            __, 
SPecies  7ithin  8'  of  nest         _ _  _  _  _  _ __-_ 
c. Distance to aood winter cover:         _    _     __. 
d. Recheck  data..                                         .. 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
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NSTING REORD SH E 
Locality                              *            4A4~JVoI 
Date fon     /   (Ki.nd of nest     4___t_____ 
By whom found:. _____-_                                    ",,' 
Map number .       ..._, 
Number of egs ,_____$_ 
Es clean or dirty ....___, 
Female flushed from nest:        _ 
direction                   ,  ____ *_..___,_ 
distance she flew               ______ 
acted as Vaoi~.b. injured                   ______ 
Distance to dust bath            __           __                        _

Distance  to  gravel   . ..._..__              '_                    __'

Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield     .________ 
kind & height of grain         2  w          ___      '__ 
Distance from roads ..or trails                 ______...... __ 
Imuch used?                    _____          _____ 
General Conditions Prevailin:z 
a. Slo-pe (direction & degree)                 _ 
b. Distance from opening             /          ______ 
c.w      o opnin              4; d     IAJ 
d. Distance from and size of       ~ 
nearest cover Improvement / 
e.  T; e  of  cover  .._.._'____                             , 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant)   .    ...             _ 
g. Vegetation                        t 
(species around nest)                       ______         ______ 
h. Destruction factors:           V 
cause  ,Z_,                                  _  ... ..... . 
i. No. fertile eggs                            ___.  _ _ 
Specific Cover                    /   / 
a.    yfield  ....                      A_        _ _ _ _ _ 
species of hay              _    _, 
species of weeds                           '_'    __ 
height of nest cover                      ____/_/" 
'b.. Fencerow or roadside"                                  i 
distance to edge                I_             ___ 
type of "edge"________ 
species within 91 of nest      " 
c. Distance to good winter cover  . 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
COVM  DATA 
?aviile Grove Area 
Moisture conditionis:       Fail     rv    raDate: ~~~ 
Exct site No.~     ~~           '                    Sect ion: £ 
How much of site checked: ae: Nam 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; c     50-75%; fc = 25-50%; nc = 15-25%;

R= 5-15%; v = below 5%. 
A   LEADW                    D   HXHBACEOUS                  WOODY PLANTS

1 lfalfa                  1 1 C. thistle                 1 tamarack 
red clover                2       thistle              2 red cedar 
ale. clover                 wd. sorrel                   cr. juniper 
sw. clover                14. foxtail                          spruce 
5jwh. clover                5 Cruciferae                 5       pine 
6 timothy                   6 ab. purso                  6illow 
7 bluegrass                 7 penny cress                7       hazel 
S R.C. grass                s vervain                    8       popple 
9quack                      9 9crowfoot F.               9       oak 
0 orchard gr.               0 cowsli ip                 10oak 
1                          11 mead. rue                  1       hickory

12                        12 milkweed                   2 bl. walnut 
1 PRAIRIE                   velvet leaf                3      locust 
1,31uejoint                    cheeses                  14 basswood 
2 Bluestem                  5 violet                     5      maple 
red top                   6 nightshade                 6      elm 
 t'1l grass              7 chick-w7e                  7      ash 
5 spartina                  1  campion                  1 wd. plum 
6 silphium                 1 mint fam.                  19 ra. crab 
7 ripgut                    0 lily fan.                 20      cherry 
S fragmites                  1 sol. seal                 1 hawthorn 
9 sedges                     2 carrion fl.               2      apple 
O sh. star                     parsnip                  2   hibes 
1 star grass                  pr. lettuce                       berry 
2 p. hemlock                5 mullein                    5      berry 
13 phlox                     6 nettles                    6      grape 
toadflax                  7 plantain                   7 V. creeper 
pleabane                  9 Rurvex                    : greenbriar 
6                             Polygonum                         rose 
7                          30 pigweeds                   0      sumac 
19  L. quarters             1 Vibernum 
9                            2 amaranth                  2      dogwood 
o                           3 ragweed                    3      honeysuck

CLTIVATD                     3 burdock                    3 
1 corn                       5 five finger               3 
2 barley                     6 leue P.                         M I  . 
oats                       7 trefoil                   1dead v-. 
3rye                  vetch                      2 bgg 
5wheat                      9medich                        og 
medick              3st'd water 
6 buckwheat                    spurge                      bare ground 
7 peas                       1 compositae                  bae grvel 
5av. gravel 
Vbeans                         dandelion                  6 sand 
9 soybeans                     sunflower 
so rghum                     goldenrod                    peat 
1                           145 st. tilhts               9    loan 
2                                                       10~ bl. land 
 
 

					
				
				
Section-SE                       Wather- 
Map INo.--l                       Subject-        CQ~ 
Date--7 p                         Remar'ks- 
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NESTING PXCORD SH= 
T rectin or                   I    ....                 . 
Dae fuled frod of nes 
B ista ce whom  flew  .....  ,.... 
Ditance & direction from 
Distancnearest  ainft d                      ____________ 
,id& heigit of grain                      ______ 
Distance from roads. or trailE  .___"_...            ...    .__ 
mucQh used?______ 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & d4ee) I    ...| 
b. Ditance frmopnn 
nearest cover imromnt)______ 
e.  Tn of  cover 
g. Vegetationi 
(speci   verond nest 
h. Destruction factors: 
species of weeds           ____,,_, 
heig   of nest cover      ! 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
di stance to edge         F    _    _ 
type of "edge"  .    .. 
species within 51 of nest 
c.  Distance  to  good  winter  cover           . ............ 
d. Recck data. 
Remarks 
 
 

					
				
				
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NESTING RECORD SH3ET 
Locality (A    - 12.                                         .. 
Date found                of nest       l                           _ 
By irhom found'                 ........__-A 
Mnumberfeg_______ 
I~~Number ________ 
Egg   clean or dirty  ,_________                                    ' 
direction                     _._. 
distance she flew 
acted as though injured,______ 
Distance to dust bath                ._   __,_ 
Distance to gravel                                  ___k_ _    _ii%. 
Distance & direction from   ..       .. 
nearest Erainfield            1     2 r- k 
kind & height of grain                           ___________-_____ 
Distance from roads or trails         l,  blxfL                      - 
much used?                       _______ 
General Conditions Prevailing# 
a,. Slope (direction & degree)                                    _ 
b. Distance from opening                           _________ 
c.. Tye. of opening  .....t 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement            . 
e. Type of cover                                  ___________ 
f. Ground cover near nest                "'L 
(heavy,_mod.,_scant)            ______ 
g. Vegetation         t)              '""   ' 
(species around nest)_______ 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause                      --_                          _ 
date 
i. No. fertile egs_ 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                     _    ______ 
species of hay_______ 
species of weeds                             _______,_ 
height of nest cover                          _    _    _ 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge                  _ 
type of "edge"                _     _ 
Species within 91 of nest 
c. Distance to good winter covert 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks:                                                    4y 
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F'AVI.LLX G(_R0VE SURVEY 
Section--2                            Weather--                      1"
   330' 
Map 1No,--2                           Subject--       ~      ~       N~ 
Dlate--7~                             Remarks~- 
 
 

					
				
				
Locality 
Date found           Kind of nest -                  -                  
   _" 
Map number                               _---______-- 
Number of eggs       ,__                                        _       ....

Eggs clean or dirty                      -I 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction                         _     _     _ 
distance she flew                 _-__-_ 
acted as though injured           ____________ 
Distance to dust bath                   .,____                       .. 
Distance to gravel                      /______ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield          j     A          _ 
kind & height of grain             (J't         '__       _  _ 
Distance from roads or trails____ 
much used?         or trails... 
General Conditions Prevailig:             i 
a. Slope (direction & deree)                                     j 
b. Distance from openinpg                          ___________ 
ca Type of openipg                    r   ci       __             I 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement                      I 
e. T: e of cover           ...._______ 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, modl., scant) 
g. Vegetation                           . 
(species around nest)                                    l 
h. Destruction factors: 
caase_ 
date 
i. No. fertile egs 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                                           ._      _ 
species of hay 
species of weeds 
height of nest cover 
b. Fencerow or roadside                       / 
distance to edge 
type of "edge"                                _______'_,__, _ 
species 7ithin $1 of nest 
a. Distance to good winter cover _______ 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks: 
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WAIL E GRO' " SURVEY 
Section--SE                    Weather-- 
Map No.--1                     Subject~--~      C 
Date--~  S                     Remarks-- 
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ITSTING I DOD SHW 
Locality       - 
Date found,4  Z      K.ind of nest ..... 
Nuber .of eggs___,._ 
Eggs cl~ean or dirty 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction    ..... 
distance she fle...... 
acted as though injured                                            , 
Distance to dust bath               /_-_____, 
Distance to gravel                                                  _   _

Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfiel.d                          _____ 
Distance from roads or trails        /_                      __ 
much used?______ 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a.Slope  (direction  &:degree)                                     ..

b. Distance from onening           /___.__ 
c. Type of opening_______ 
d. Distance from and size o___ 
nearest cover improvement         ____ 
e. TY-e of cover      .                            _         _ 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant)          1  t~-                            _______ 
(species around nest) 
h. Destruction factors:                      / 
cause                            
	
				
FAVILE GRV    TVY 
Section--E                          Weather-                    I" 
 330' 
Map No.--2                          Subject--  
Dlate-    39Remarks--M 
Name- 
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IMSTING REORPD  H 
L~ocality j, $                7c       -t     ii~ 
3   Kind of n         W! t 
Fae flu         from nest: 
actd as thoughiured                                         ______ 
Distance to dust bath 
Ditance to gavel______                          _______ 
Distance & direction from 
kin & height of grain______ 
Ditance from roads or trails 
much -used?__ 
General Conditions Prevailing:                                   it/I 
a. Sl.ope (direction & degree)                                   R  AI

b. Distance from oening 
cTye of o-pening 
d   istance from and size of   j1    y 
nearest cover improvement_______ 
e. Type of cover_______ 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy mod, scant)Z 
g. Veetation 
(Mwecies around4 nest)_______                ______ 
h. Destruction factors: 
o  8e                     _  __ __ __ __-___   __ __ __ 
date_____ 
Specific Cover 
sp   e es  of  ha.......                                - 
cies of 'weeds 
of nest cover__ 
b. .encerow or roadside                          7 
distance to edge            _ 
type of "edge"______________ 
species withlin 81 of nest                               ______ 
c, Distance to good inter cover *, 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks:                                                                
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COVER DATA 
Faville Grove Area 
Moisture conditions:.                               Date: / 
Exact site No.                                       Section:'; 
How nuch of site checked:                           Nm4\4        -   Q. 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; 6 = 50-75%; fc = 25-50; nc      15-25%;

R   5-15%; v   belo 5%. 
lialfa a                    1 C. thistle                1 tamarack 
2 red clover                2      thistle              2 red cedar 
als. clover                 wd. sorrel                  cr. juniper 
uw. clover-                 foxtail                           spruce 
51 I. clover  1            5 Cruciferae                5       pine 
6 t imo thy               61 sh. purse                  6       willow 
bluegrasshae 
7.blugrass                 7 penny cress               7      hazel 
8 R.0. grass                s vervain                   8       popple 
9quack                      9 crowfoot F.               9       oak 
0 orchard gr.              10 cowslip                   0       oak 
1      1                   11 mead. rue                1        hickory 
2                          12 milkweed                  2 bl. walnut 
3PRRE                      velvet leaf                      locast 
1 Blueeoint               1 cheeses                    a basswood 
2 Bluestem                  5 violet                    5      maple 
red top                   6 nightshade                6      elm 
ttl grass                 7 chick-eed                 7      ash 
5 spartina                  9 campion                   S wd. plum 
6 silpiium                 19 mint fam.    V            9  d7. crab 
7 ripga                       lily faro.                0      cherry 
S fragmites                21 sol. seal                21 hawthorn 
sedges                 22 carrion f                22      apple 
0 sh. star                    parsnip                  23Ribos 
1 star grass                  pr. lettuce              24      berry 
2 p. hemlock               !5 mullein                  25      berry 
1 phlox                     6 nettles                  26      grape 
toadflax                 !7 plantain                 27 V. creeper 
5 pleabane                 2S Rurvex                   29 greenbriar 
6                           9 Polygonum                2       rose 
17                         30 pigweeds                 30       Sumac 
1 L. quarters                1 Vibernum 
9                          32 amaranth                 32      dogwood 
0                          3 ragweed                    3      henoysuc.le

CULTIVATD                   burdock                  3 
I corn                      5 five finger               3 
2 barley                    6 legume F.                            . 
oats                      7 trefoil                         MIdadSC. 
rye                      3 vetch                      2 dead vog. 
5 wheat                     9 medick                    21bogg 
6 buckwheat                4 sprge                      3 st'd water 
7 peas                      1Comosi ta                   bare ground 
S beans                     2 dandelion                 5av. gravel 
9 soybeans                    sunflower                 6 pat 
o sorghum                  2l goldenrod                   peat 
1                             st. tights                9oam 
10 bl. land 
 
 

					
				
				
Locality 
Dat e..o...  Kind  of  nest/.  .   .. 
Numrroo eggsz o 
Femae fl se  fromd nest:~______ 
di ection                              .   . .. 
disane she___flew_ 
spcemo ee              I, 
Distance & diection fro ..m-° 
. i noefromo  roads..i 
GenealConiinsPeaiig 
ha. Slope (drt on  3:dr ee  t     I 
, Typ  ofoenn 
d.  n  o  a 
nearest coer 
 
 

					
				
				
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Waville Grove Ha Survey 
Weather:                                                  Date 7// f 
a. warm,       , cold 
b.cloud         rainy 
c. at. wind,      s  till                              Names         Y  
C 
Ground conditions: 
7     damp, wet                                         Brood No. 
1". Map no.            2. Time of day   12     .      3. Contact no.

4. Distance from (a) female   /&J,, -   ; (b) nearest chick   I C,' 
 , 
5.      t of time spent with b'rood  '    i minutes.              "

6. Direction you are going         ~    ,   7. Direction femal e flushed

S. General cover from which flushed (answer a, b, c, and d) 
a. lope---(1) compass direction down 
(2) flat, gentle or steep            o 
b. Distance from openirf         f ee t. lind of opening 
c. Type of opening  _. " 
d. Di stance from crown cover  j       feet 
9. Imediately surounding cover (within 100 feet of flush) 
a.       co 7er (kind & approx. density) 
b. Underg:c7th: (1) type(1    A               ('2 density 
c. Ground cover: (1) type" (2) density t2 
10. Exct over f-rm  hich flushk    (rithin 10 feet of flush point     ' 
a. Cose  o trees or shrubs: (1) species                (2) height _ 
b, n the open (at least 10 feet from trees QE shrubs): 
(1) distance from tame hayfield           feet.- 
(2) distance from grain field _____________________ 
c.     t description of species of cover at point of flush: 
(1) overhanging cover: species       ._.            density ....... 
()undergro-7th: species cA- a- a-                density ____ 
11. Mle Hun flushed nearby    ,     (yes or nof: distance from brood _  
_   __ 
12. Condition of brood: 
a.     er of chicks: (1) seen    Jb; (2) hoTd, not seen 
b. Estimated number of chics in brood 1, )e 
c. Size of chicks in comparison with a meadolark 
d. Age of brood, estimated in weeksJ _         -eS 
e. Brood flushed or scattered?    , l             flew how far  - 
f. Development of plumae                  U 
13. Beavior and movements of female, of brood and of men on survey: 
14, Identity of brood based on 
15. Probable i-fluencing factors: 
a. Regarding position of brood: (1) TtJtA 
b. Regarding b ehavio r of b roo d: (1) e.7t 
(2)  _._             _ _-_,_                  -    _   _ _, 
c. Regarding methods of discovery and handling: (1)             - 
16. Remarks: (If long, give reference to position in notes) 
 
 

					
				
				
BROO15 DATA 
Paville Grove Hun Survey                      r 
Weather:                                                   Date         
 1 (" 
a.    f__    al, cold                                   Section OCV(   cf
  z 
b.          cloudy, rainy 
c. st. wind,        still 
Ground conditions:      s                                 N    s       4
'I 
(Z     damp, wet                                        Brood to. // 
1. Map no.             2. Time of day                  3. Contact no. 
14. Distance from (a) female       ;    (b) nearest chick     (-' 
5. Amount of time spent with brood            minutes. 
6. Direction you are going        .     ..  7. Direction female flushed 
9. General cover from ,hich flushed (answer a, b, c, and d) 
a. Slope----(1) compass direction down 
(2) flat, gentle pr steep 
b. Distance from opening          feet. 7Kind of opening    - 
c. Type of opening 
d. Distan.,e from crown cover /'       feet 
9. Immediately sarrounding cover (within 100 feet of flush) 
a. Crown coier (nd& pprox. density)                      er- 
b. Undergrcwth: (1) type                     ; (2) density 
c. Ground cover: (1) type (2ds 
10. Ixact cover I.om -hich flushed (witnin 10  e   of flush ,point) 
a. Close ,o trees or shrubs  (1) species                (2) height 
b. In the open (at least 10 feet from trees or shrubs 
(1) distance from tame hayfield .         feet. 
(2) distance from grain field _ _  ......                      . 
c. Exact description of species of cover at point of flush- 
(1) overhanging cover: species Cbu /     el             ty 
(2) undergrowth: species             V              density 
11, Male Run flu-shed nearby.             or no); distance from brood 
12. Condition of brood: 
a. Number of chicks: (1) seen J         (2) heard, not seen 
b. Estimated number of chicks in brood    /,1) 1      / 
c. Size of chicks in comparison with a meadowlark 
d. Age of brood, estimated in weeks              weeks 
e. Brood flushed or scattered?        2 c .       flew how far 
f. Development of plumage                        . 
13. Behavi r andvovements of female, of brood and of men on survey: 
14. Identity of brood based on 
15. Probable influencing factors: 
a. Regarding position of brood: (1)        e    "       tln/f 
b. Regarding behavior of brood: (1) __________________ 
c. Regarding methods of discovery and handling: (1) 
)(2) 
16. Remarks: (If long, give reference to position in notes) 
 
 

					
				
				
BROOD DA 
Paville Grove Hun Survey 
Weather:                                                     Date 
a. l     nozmal, cold                                    Section 
b. (       coudy rainy 
c. St. w nd,         still                               James  4 % 
Ground conditions: 
. d         we     Croo                                        N. 
1. Map no.              2. Time of day    2.            3. Contact no. 
4. Distance from (a) female   6         ;  (b) nearest chick      - 
5. Amount of time spent with brood      /       minutes. 
6. Direction you are going      ....         7. Direction female flushed
    %A 
9. General cover -from  iich flushed (answer a, b, c, and d) 
a. Slope--- (1) ,compass direction down  .....  .... 
(2) 5   , gentle or   teep 
b. Distance from opening   I       feet. Kind of opening    c    . 
c. Type of opening        -L. 
d. Distance from crown cover    c  c 0 feet 
9. Ii ediately sarrounding cover (within 100 feet of flush) 
a. Crown c ier (kind & approx. de sity) 
b. UnderG-'c-vth: (1) type                       2   est 
c. Ground  -over: (1) type c       ,a         , (2) density 
10. Exact cover from 7hich flushed    within 1  eet of flush point) 
a. Close o trees or shrubs: (1) species _       _      (2) height 
b. In the :pen (at least 10 feet from trees or shrubs): 
(1) distance from tame hayfield             feet. 
(2) distance from grain field   "   -..                        . 
c. Exact description of Species of cover atip6int of flush: 
(1) overhanging cover: spcies                         density 
(2) undergrowth: species (yes or                        n 
11. Mae Hun flus~hed nearby           (yso     o:d stoe 
12. Condition of brood: 
a. Nmber of chicks    (1) o) heard,,._pt seen 
b. Estimated number of c        jir brod 
c. Size of chicks in comparison with a meadow_              _   _    _  
 _ 
d. Age of brood, estimated in w                    weeks5 
e. Brood flushed or scattered?                    ; fle7 how far 
f. Development of plumage   LA        .. 
13. Behavior and movements   f female, of broo   and  f men on eurv 
14, Identity of brood based on 
15. Probable influencing factors: 
a. Regarding position of brood: (1) e     ASA 
(2)                                           .....                     .

b. Regarding behavior of brood: (1)1--41!F 
(2) 
c. Regarding methods of discovery an   handling: (1) Lld-sz- 
16.      ks: (If long, give retorence to position in notes) 
 
 

					
				
				
BOD DATA 
W aville Grove THu  Survey 
aimal, cold                                            Section        a 
b         cloudy, rainy 
c. Yt.wind,          still                              Names 
Ground conditions: 
damp, wet                                               Brood No.    -7 
l. Map no.              2. Time of day                 3. Contact no. 
4. Distance from (a) female                ) ; b  nearest chick 
5. Amount of time spent with brood    -   .    minutes. 
6. Direction you are going      t            7. Direction female flushed

S. General cover from which flushed (answer a, b, c, and d) 
a. Slope---(1) compass direction down    ........... _ 
(2) Dsae, gentle or Iteep    Ko 
b. Distance from opening       I feet. Kind of opening 
c. Tpe of opening    tV 
d. Distanc from crown cover    [       feet 
9. Immediately sarrounding cover (within 100 feet of flush) 
a. Crown c:cer (kind & approx. density) 
b. Underg: c th: (1) type                    ; (2) denity ....     ____ 
c. Ground x :ov\ier: (1) type                ;(2) density 
10. Exact cover irom hich flushe&(withi I0 feet of flush point) 
a. Close .o trees or shrubs: (1) species                (2) height 
b. In the 3pen (at least 10 feet from trees or khrdbs): 
(1) distance from tame hayfield            feet. 
(2) distance from grain field /0 /        
	
				
F'aville Grove hNun Survey                 4 
Weather:                                                  Date 
coud~r _rainy                              Section      r 
c. St. wind,      , still                              Names 
Ground conditions: 
d         , wet                                         Brood No. 
1. Map no.             2. Time of da7                 3. Contact no.    I

4. Distance from (a) female I t       .   (b) nearest chick    JQs 
5.      t of time spent with brood     .      minutes. 
6. Diretion you are going                . 7. Direction female flushed 
8. Gcover from nhich flushed (answer a, b         c, and d) 
a. Slope---(l) compass direction down 
(2) flat, gentle or steep 
b. Distance from opening j24,,  feet.     d of opening          I 
c. Type of opening _ 
d. Distan-.e from crown cover          feet 
9. Immediately surrounding cover (within 100 feet of flush) 
a. Crown cover (kind & approx. density) .... 
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(2) distance from grain field   /-i   - ... 
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(2) undergrow.7th: species _ _   _   _   _   _   _density 
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Weather:                                                       7/t -bIk 
a. "arm. normal, cold                                     et    1i 
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c. st. wind, gusty, still                               Names E 
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dry, damp, wet                                          3rood NO. (% 
1. Map no.              2. Time of day        OIL      3. Contact no. 
1, Distance from (a) female    2(b) nearest chick                    _ 
5. Amount of time spent with brood   - minutes. 
6. Direction you are going WA..              7. Direction female flushe$j

8. General cover from .hich flushed (answer a, b, c, and d) 
a. Slope---(1) compass direction down 
(2) flat, gentle or steep                     CA 
b. Distance from opening'4 fee           Kind of opening 
c. Type of opening _ _              _      _ 
d. DistancE from crown cover            feet 
9. Immediately surrounding cover (within 100 feet of f      :.A 
a. Crown coier (kind & approx. density) 
b. Underg-crth.: (1) type       -               2 
c. Ground cover: (I) typ               A        (2) density 
10. Exact cover 7rom which flushed (wthin 10 feet of flush point 
a. Close ' c trees or shrubs: (1) species               (2) height 
b. In the open (at least 10 feet from trees or shrubs): 
(1) distance from tame hayfield 
(2) distance from grain field ___         _____            ____ 
c. xact description of species of co'er,    poit of flush: 
(1) overhaiging cover: species                       density 
(2) undergrowth: species                             density 
11. Vale Hun flushed nearby          (yes or no); distance from brood 
12. Condition of brood: 
a. Number of chicks: (1) seen _    _; (2) heard, not seen 
b. Estimated number of chicks in brood 
c. Size of chicks in comparison with a meadowlark 
d. Age of brood, estimated in 7eeks               weeks 
e. Brood flushed or scattered? .                   flew how far 
f. Development of plumage 
13. Behavior and movements of female, of brood and of men on survey: 
1P. Identity of brood based on                  ...                 .. 
15. Probable influencing factors: 
a. Regarding position of brood: (1)           jjj4 11 
(2) 
b. Regarding behavior of brood: (1)                    ....     ..... 
(2) 
c. Regarding methods of discovery and handling: (1) .... 
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Weather:                                                 Dt   7 3 
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c. st. wind, gusty, still                            Names 
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1. Map no.             2. Time of day                 3. Contact no. _ 
)4. Distance from (a) female ___      _;(b) nearest chick 
5. Amount of time spent with brood           minutes. 
6. Direction you are going                   7. Direction female flushed

8. General cover from 7hich flushed (answer a, b, c, and d) 
a. Slope---(1) compass direction down 0J 
(2) flat, gentle or steep 
b. Distance from opening ;  k    feet. Iind of opening 
c. Type of opening 
d. Distance from crown cover           feet 
9. Lmediately surrounding cover (within 100 feet of flush) 
a. Crown co-zer (kind & approx. density)  . ..,1C 
b. Underglc tth: (1) type                   ;(2) density 
c. Ground e-)ver: (1) type.                 ; (2) density 
10. Exact cover 1'rom which flushed (within 10 feet of flush point) 
a. Close .o trees or shrubs: (1) species             - (2) height 
b. In the open (at least 10 feet from trees or shrubs): 
(1) distance from tame hayfield           fet. 
(2) distance from grain field     ,           - 
c. Exact description of species of cover at point of flush: 
(1) overhanging cover: species     ,               density, 
2) undergrowth: species                           density 
11. Male Hun flushed nearby         (yes or no); distance from brood 
12. Condition of brood: 
a. Number of chicks: (1) seen          (2) heard, not seen      -C, 
b. Estimated number of chicks in brood 
c. Size of chicks in comparison with a meadowlark C 
d. Age of brood, estimated in weeks             week 
e. Brood flushed or scattered?               ;   flew how far 
f. Development of plumage                ._. 
13. Behavior and movements of female, of brood and of men on survey: 
1dei~to ,lbr       ood based on _        _..                    .. 
15. Probable influencing factors: 
a. Regarding position of brood: (1) 
(2)    , 
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Dail                            Summary 
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Man-hours                                                        Wind. 
ApproX. temp. 
Hngarian Partrike                                               Precip, 
Nuber flushed                  _   ___  .    .._ 
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"    dead or destroyed       . L               .  -     -      -.  
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"~   track records          .                                  -   
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"    dropping locations                                 -          
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"    misc. Hun. notes                 --- 
Ring-necked Pheasant              _    seen;          nests;         b roods;

quail                                  flushed;       nests; ..   ........
broods 
Prairie Chichen                        seen;         ,. broods;       dropping

locations 
Cottontail Rabbit                     seen;                sign; 
Gray Squirrel                          seen;               sign;    . 
Fox Squirrel                          seen;                sig ;  - 
Animal & bird' kills found, sp.             -                       
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Hawks, seen or heard, species        -            - 
Owls, seen or heard, s-ecies                    , 
Pellets found (no. locations)     .                . 
Gophers                                     seen;         runs;         
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"    broods flushed                            _   __-. 
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"    d,'rppine locations       .    ..      ..     ....... 
"    misc, 'Tun. notes                   ,     ___....             
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Quail                             ,,, flushed;      nests;   ......     brods

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locations 
Cottontail Rabbit                     seen;              sign; 
Gray Squirrel                         soon; ..... ____ sign; 
Fox Squirrel                              ;               ign; _ 
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Pellets found (no. locations)     ....     .    .            -_ 
Gophers                                    seen,         r             dens;

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Favtlle Grove H=Suvy                       2  /'3 
Weather:                         i       veDate                     7   
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c.                   still 
Grouz conditions 
dryi damp, wet                                           Brood No.    X-%0

1. Map no.    07    .   2. Time of day,    If           3. Contact no.  
   / 
4. Distance from (a) female   / L.. .... (b) nearest chick        / 
5. Amount of time spent with broo               minutes. 
6. Direction you are going      ,             7. Direction female flushed

9. General cover from which flushed (answer a, b, c, and d) 
a. Slope--(1) compass direction down 
(2) flat, gentle or steep .      7 
b. Distance from openin            feet  Kind of opening   A          J &

c. Tpe of opening      1        2- 
d. Distance from crown cover            feet 
9. Irediately suarrounding cover (within 100 feet of flush) 
a. Crown ester (kind & approx. density) 
b. Undergrth: (I) type _     _    __     _   ; (2) density 
c.  Ground  cover:  ()  type                 ;  (2)  density   ..... 
10. Exact cover from which flushed (within 10 feet of flush point 
a. Close to trees or shrubs: (1) species                 (2) height 
b. In the open (at least 10 feet from trees or shrubs): 
(1) distance from tame hayfield             feet. 
(2) distance from grain field ____ 
c. Exact description of species of cover at point of flush: 
(1) overhanging cover: species ,        __            density ...      ..

(2) undergrowth: species ___density ....                             __ 
11. Male Hun flushed nearby ..        (yes or no); distance from brood 
12. Condition of brood:        ( 
a. Number of chicks: (1) seen        .;  (2) heard, not seen 
b. Estimated wmber of chicks in brood 
c. Size of chicks in comparison with a meadowlark     a      ,         -

d. Age of brood, estimated in weeks                weeks 
e. Brood flushed or scattered?       .,; flew 1,w far               / 
f. Development of plumage 
13. Behavior and movements of female, of brood and of men on survey: 
14  Identity of brood based on                        o-Y .             
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15. Probable influencing factors:                                       o-O

a. Regarding position of brood: (1) 
b. Regarding behavior of brood: (1) 
(2)  ,,, 
(2) 
16. Remarks: (If long, give reference to position in notes)             
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Man-hours                                                         Wind 
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IHmarian partrjdge                                               Precip.
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Number flushed                             7 
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"    track records                 ........ 
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Quail                                  flushed;    I   nests; _   _   __
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Prairie Chicken                        seen;           brood-;         dropping

locations 
Cottontail Rabbit                      seen;               sign; 
Gray Squirrel                          seen;               si gn; 
rox Squirrel                           seen;               sign; 
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Hawks, seen or heard, species                                       J 
Owls, seen or heard, species 
Pellets  found  (no.  locations)   .. . ._........... 
Gophers                                     seen;         runs;         
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Dog                                         seen;         sign; 
House Cat                           I K     seen;         sign; 
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Man-hours                                                      Wind     J

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Number flushed 
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II   track records 
"    misic, Hun. notes                     ___,,_ 
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Ring-neoked Pheasant                  seen;       ,  nests;    /    broods;

quaail                                flushed; 4         ;broods 
Prairie Chicken                       seen; _      _ broods;         dropping

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Gray Squirrel                         seen;              sign; 
Fox Squirrel                          seen; 
Animal    bird, kills found, sp.     -      - 
Ha ks, seen or heard, species     _                                     I

Owls, seen or heard, sTecies                       -      -      -      -

Pellets found (no. locations)                     ..    ....-----./.-. 
Gophers                                                  run!         dens;.

seen;                                                   sign; 
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Woodchuck                                  seen;        trat;           den;

Crows seen or heard               _____,(7 
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b.   n1_1y raF        snowing~ 
C.   r    nd,   a  still                        Site - 
Giroin44Itions: 
aj( Fl/ damp, wet, snow                          Nanes- 
RUMS PLUSED 
1. By whom 
2. MAap number                             1 
3,  Time-                                            -   -     -    - 
4. Distance from birdI-                   LL    -    -    -    -   - 
5, Direction Dfbm hed        -1-A/-6 
6. Direction ycu re oing            - 
7.              the              II 
S.  Sex  (e)                 -.-. 
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(a conIas direction down                    -     -.-.  -a 
gen ,    s tle,*  steD      /  -           -    -    -..-.- 
10. T  of cover (p enora!)                    1 -    -    -  .-     .- 
SI.xct cover from which flushed                    -.     -    - 
(a)'                           /. 
12.rbable influoncing factors        -                        - 
a  stne from firs  ls            ."'    -.-.-. -              - 
II     d ire c tion  re fu sh ed   - -              -.-.-.- 
c) distance from bird         -I-           -     -             - 
(d) eneral ty-pe of cover     -    -        -    -    -.-. 
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Weather:                        Paville Grove Area             Date 
a.       no   a,  ola - 
b.       , cloudny,     , ing                                -to 
c. Strong wind, gusty, 011                                 Site 
Ground -4ditions: 
a.      damp, wet, snow                                    Names 
HUNS FLUSHED 
1.. By whom 
2. Map unber-                                --                     -   
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)4 Distance from bird--                                       - 
5, Direction flu  .h.d                       -k-.-                      
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6  ieto    cu are going                             -     --1 
7, 1qo. flushed together                     - 
8. Sex (es) 
9. Slope                                                          I     
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(a) compass direction down                                         IA'_ 
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(b) flat, gntle. see-p- 
I0.T32e of cover (general)                                     -     -  
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1.Exact cover from which flushed                                    -   
       - 
a) 
(b)--                                                - 
12.Probable influonciy factors----- 
(a)-                                                                    
   - 
33.Reflushed 
a) distance from first flush        ..             .    ,- 
(b) direction reflushed                 -    -     -     -     -     -  
  - 
(c) distance from bird             -    -     -     -     -. 
d      r    te of cover 
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BROOD DATA 
Weather*                     Paville Grove Hn Sarvey      fDate 
a ha.    normal,                                         Section  
b.         Cloud--gainy                                  Sectio 
C. as. wind,  oi3lr still                                Names 1/ 
Grouvl~conditions: 
pBrood No. 
1. Mp no.              2. Time of day                 -3. Contact no. _L

4. Distance from (a) female               ; (b narest chick          L  QL..
. 
5. Amount of time spent with brood      J h     minutes. 
6. Direction you are going   !C iLd  .     . 7. Direction female flushed

8. General cover from iich flushed (answer a, b, c, and d)     ,   If 
a. Slope---(1) compass direction down 
(2) flat, gentle or steep .     ind o    e 
S bDistance from opening /        feet. Kind of opening 
c. Type of opening .- __ _    _   _  _   _   _   _ 
d. Distance from cro    cover            feet 
9. Imediately surrounding cover (w Tin 100 feet of flush) 
a. Crorn coier (kind & approx. density) 
b. Underg¢ Cwth: (1) type                     ; (2) density 
c. Groundr ovar: (1) type.        .,          T, density    771 
10. Exact cover from which flushed (Athin 10 fe t ot flush point) 
a. Close 'f trees or shrubs: (1) species                 (2) height 
b. In the open (at least 10 feet from trees or     mba 
(1) distance from tame hayfield             feet. 
(2) distance from grain field     / A          .. 
c. Exact description of species of cover at point of flush: 
(1) overhanging cover: species                        density 
(2) undergro7th: species                     ,,_density 
11. Male Hun flushed nearby    -       (yes  - no); distance from brood 
         , 
12. Condition of brood: 
a. Number of chicks: (1) seen   .L. .    (2) heard, not seen 
b. Estimated number of chicks iii b rood 
c. Size of chicks in comparison with a meao-lark 
d. Age of brood, estimated in weeks                weeks 
e. Brood flushed or scattered? _                    fle7 how far     0 
f. DevelopmenT-of plmage 
13. Behav     and m em ets of f   ~l%, ofbrood -nd of, n on svey: 
14, Identity of broo   based on ,     ___                  _      _     _
    " 
15. Probable influencing factors: 
a. Regarding ositon of brood: (1) _ 
(2) 
b. Regardii Zbehgvior of brood: (1)                         ..    ... 
(2) 
c. Regarding methods of discovery  n d handling: (1) 
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Approx. temp. 
Hungarian Partr3.dp- 
'lumber flushed                  4                                    - 
"  broods flushed         __                 __ 
If   dead or destroyedJ             -     -      -     -     -      -   
 - 
"    nests found                                       -     -     
-     - 
" ~dust bath locations        -     -      -     -     -     -     
- 
"    track records                  / 
"    misc. -un. notes        -            -     -           - 
Other Gam    ,el-.       oo        t   .      8 
Ring-necked ?easant                  seen;   ,       nests;    L /  broods;

Quail                         i 14   flushed;   (   nests;             broodse

Prairie Chichen                      seen;       L   broods; 
Cttontail Rabbit                     seen;               Sin;     ...   
   .... 
Gray Squirrel                   0    seen; _i_; 
Fox  Squirrel                        seen;               sign;   .....  
 .. .. 
Aimal & bird. kills found, sp. 
Haks, seen or heard., species     - 
Owls, seen or heard, pecies        -       --.            ... 
Pellets found (no. locations)           +_   .  -     -   .- 
Gophers                                    se;   d dons; 
Dog                                       seen;         sign;  4__      e__;
  _ 
House Cat                                 seen;         sign; 
Woodchuck                                 seen;         tracks;dos 
Crows seen or heard                                              i 
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FLUS DATA 
ThUSI4 flTA 
Weathe                           aville Grove Area           Date 
a        norma, cold 
b.        cloudy, rainy ,     ingSectio 
c. Strong wind, gusty, Cstil                              Site          
         j 
Ground conditions: 
a. Try, damp, wet, snow                                   Names _   _   _
  _ 
HUNS FLUSHED 
1. :y whom                                              - 
2. Map number-                                          -     --        
      - 
3. Time                                           - 
4, Distance from bird /'                  26 
5. Direction f.uahed 
6. Direction yqu are going             -          -           - 
7, No. flushed together      2.             2 
9. SeX (E'S)           ~~ 
9.  Slope                              -    ---.-.-                   . 
-     - 
(a) compass direction down      . 
II.Exact cover from whIc flushed    Vc®,A&            ...       
           ..... 
12,probable influencing factors                                  1 
(a)- 
b 
13.Refluh ed 
(a) distance from first flush 
(b) direction reflushed             ,__._ 
(c) distance from bird 
(d) general type of cover                                               
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a.       n ormal, cold                                   Section    N 
b          cloudy, raa 
C.     Wind, gusty, t                                    Names    )' 
Ground conditions: 
Sdamp, wet                                                Bo/ 3Noo   o. 
1. Map no.    Q         2. Time of day                     Contact no. 
4. Distance from (a) female       l-' -; (b) nearest chick .. 
5. Amount of time spent wvith brood             minutes. 
6. Direction you are going _jj.               7. Direction female flushed
         jAI 
8. General cover from Thich flued (answer a,               d) 
a. Sope---(1) compass direction down 
(2) flat, gentle or steep 
b. Distance from opening           feet. Kind of opening 
c. Ty#pe of opening 
d. Distan-e from crown cover             feet   +      k     ( 
9, Imediately saurounding cover (within 100 feet of flush). 
a. -    roin,      (kind & approx. density)      / A- - 
b, V'drg.'-wt4:( 1) type                      ;(2) density_________ 
c, G-roumd cower: (1) type _   _______;(2) density ________ 
10. Exact cover from i:hich flushed (within 10 feet of, us point) 
a. Close to trees or shrubs: (1) species     -(2) height 
b. In the open (at least 10 feet from trees or shrubs): 
distance from tae hayfield           5      feet. 
( 2) distance from grain field   C~~ 
c. Eact description of species of cover at point of fsh: 
(I) v'      Zng cver: species               V        density 
..underro7t      species                                sity 
11. Male Hun flushed nearby           (yes or no); istance from brood 
12. Condition of brood:      Cf 
a. Humber of chicks: (1) seen    /     ; (2) hard, not seen 
b. Estimated number of chicks in brood      I- 
c. Size of chicks in comparison with a meadowlark         . 
d. Age of brood, estimated in veeks      j         weeks 
e. Brood flushed or scattered?       7              fl e7 how far  .T0o 
f. Development of plumage 
3.B evi      .idmov    ens of female, of~brood and of mn on survey: 
14. Identity of brood based on 
15. Probable influencing factors: 
a. Regarding position of brood: (1) 
b. Regarding behavior of brood: (1)                   J /,,( 
c. Regarding methods of discovery and handling, (1) ___________ 
_______(___o__,_ re(2) 
16. Remarks: (If longs, give reforence to position in notes) 
 
 

					
				
				
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Weather:                                                  Date 
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1. "   no. _      _    2. Time of dayI                 . Contact no.
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6. Direction you are going __. 7. Direction female flushed 
8. General cover from which flushed (answer a, b, c, and d) 
a. Sop e---(1) compass direction down 
b i (2) flat, gentle or steep 
b. Dstance from opening   X. fet. K      d of opening    i * 
c. Type of opening       & 0 
d. Distance from crown cover _         feet 
9. Imediately surrounding cover (within 100 feetof flush) 
a. Crown cc'  er (kind & approx, density) 
b. Underg(,,-th: (1) type 
c. Ground coier: (1) type                      2      ttr 
10. Exact cover from which flused   within 10 feet of flush point) 
a. Close 'o trees or shrubs: (1) species 
b. In the 3,pen (at least 10 feet from tr   or shrubs): 
(1) distance from tame hayfield           feet. 
(2) distance from grain field     30 ",    .  ....... 
c. Exact description of species of cover at point of flush: 
(1) overhanging cover: species                      density , 
S(g) undergrowth: species-/                           density 
11. Mle     flushed nearby          (yes or no); dist'nce from brood 
12. Condition of brood: 
a. Nmber of chicks: (1) seen     7L-    (2) heard, not seen           - 
b. Etimated number of chicks in brood . 
c. Size of chicks in comparison with a meadowlark  L 
d. Age of brood, estimated in weeks              weeks 
e. Brood flushed or scattered?               /    flew how far   -' 
f. Development of plumage 
13. Behavior and movements of female, of brood ari of m   on sure: 
1~4,, Identity of brood based on  L 
15. Probable influencing factors: 
a. Regarding position of brood: (1) 
(2) 
b.  Regarding  behavior  of brood:  (1)  ......... . ... 
(2) 
c. Regarding methods of discovery and handling: (1) 
( 2 )  .. .... ._.       . .. .  . ....       . 
16. Remarks: (If long, give reference to position In notes) 
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a.~ wa"                                       Section     Z 
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a. st. win,        still                               sm*e 
wetrood No.                                                  2 2 
1. Mp no,             2. Time of day3                   Contact no. 
4. Distance fro m (a) female                 nearest chick    Yf______el__

5.       t of time spent with brood           mnutes.                   
AIPt 
6. Direction you are going            D.    7   irection female flushed J±IF

9. Gral cover from Yich flushed (answer a. b, c, and 4) 
a. Slope --- (1) compss. direction down 
(2) flat, gentlq or steep 
b. Distance from openiA   t      4ee- kind of opening 
c. Type of opening    L 
d. Distance from crown caer            feet 
9. Imediaely surrounding cover (within 100 feet of flush) 
d. Crown cc-7er (kind & approx. density) _______________ 
b. Undergreivth: (1) type                   ;(2) density 
c. Ground cover: (1) type A         5 .    .e ; (2) density 
10. Exact cover 'rom vihich flushed (within lO'Veet of flush point) 
a. Close  'o trees or shrubs: (1) species ._,,      _(2) height 
b. In the open (at least 10 feet from tee or shrabs): 
(1) distance from tame hayfield  I J6     feet. 
(2) distance from grain field ______________,__I.______ 
c. Exact description of species of cover at point of flush: 
(1) overhaing cover: species                       density 
2) undergrowth: species _    _       V_______ density 
11. Wale Hun flushed nearby         (yes or no); distance from brood 
12. Condition of brood: 
a. Number of chicks: (1) seen  j..     (2) heard, not a en 
b. Etimated mnmber of chicks in brood ...                           . 
c. Size of chicks in comparison with a meawark 
d.  ge of brood, e  dtmte in weeks              we 
e. Brod flushed or scatterd                       fl-T o  far,-16 
f. Developent of plumage                    V-AA 
14.      .t of brood based.....- 
15. Probable influencing factors: 
a. Regarding Rsition of brood: 4) 
( 2                                    .. ...L  . . . .    .    ,- 
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c. Regarding methods of discovery and handling: (1) _,,,   ___,___, 
16. Remarks: (If long, give reference to position in notes) 
 
 

					
				
				
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Se in'~ ~Daily &mnary                                Dat   i z 
Man-hours                                                      Wind 
Appro*. temp.- 
Hungarian Partride                                             Precip. 
Number  flushed                          _..._....    . ..._ 
broods flushed                                    C7_       ______ .. 
"    dead or destroyed.      ___ _ 
"    nests found               - 
S    dust bath locations   ..     ..._..                           .. 
S  track records           - 
'S dropTping locations 
S misc.~ H{u. notes      __7_ 
Other Game Spe;-.'s                  c' 
Ring-necked Paeasant                 seen; _____nests; L Lbroods; 
quail                                flushed;    -   nests;  ....       broods

Prairie Chicen                      seen;          broods;         dropping

locations 
Cottontail Rabbit             _      seen;               sign; 
Gray Squirrel                        seen;               sign:__si 
Fox Squirrel                         seen;               sign; _ 
Animal & bird, kills found, sp. 
Hawks, seen or heard, species 
Owls, seen or heard, species 
Pellets found (no. locations) 
Gophers                                    seen;        rus           dens;

Dog                                       seen; -        sign; 
House Cat                         ....  .. seen;        sign; 
Woodchuck                                 seen;         tracks;        dens;

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Section-SE                      Weather--e$l""( 
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Prairie Cicken                seen;        broods      dropping 
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Gray  Squirrel            sn    ;  ...... .       .__ 
Fox Sqirrel              -  Been;           sign;____ 
Ani4mal & bird. kills found, sp.                      ______ 
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BROOD DATA 
Paville Grove Han &'vey      D 
Weather:                                                   Date    16 
a:     nor      , cold                                  S               
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b. ,  o ,   in Section 
c. at. wind, gesty. 99 r                                NamesPI e 
Ground conditions: 
y     damp, wet                                         Brood 1;o. 
1. Map no.              2. Time of day  2   .  id,\3. Contact no.       
L 
14, Distance from (a) female  0-           (b) nearest chick    S-' 
5. Amount of time spent with brood __- mimtes. 
6. Direction you are going   SJ.%,)          7. Direction female flushed
     . 
8. General cover from which flushed (answer a, b, c, and d) 
a. Slope---(1) copass direction down 
(2)   a   gentle  or  steep  ......_-_.... 
b. Distance from opening ,        feet. Kind of opening 
c. Type of opening 
d. Distan6c from crown cover         -- feet 
9. Immediately sarrounding cover (within 100 feet   fflush) 
a. Crown -7'er (kind % approx. density)   a- -     /   ... 
b. Undergz-ct7th, (1) type(2dest 
c. Ground icover: (1) type C(2) density 
10. 3xact cover from 7hich flushed (     in 10 f  t of flush point. 
a. Close    trees or shrubs: (1) species _____          (2) height"

b. In the Lpen (at least 10 feet from trees or shr    ): 
(1) distance from tame hayfield            feet. 
(2) distance from grain field 
c. Exact description of species of cover at pint of flush: 
(1) overhanging cover: species               jJIfA~  density7. 
(a) undergrowth: species i?   L,                    density        T 
11. Male Hun. flushed nearby  ~   .(yes or -no); dastanc, from brood_____

12. Condition of brood: 
a. Number of chicks: (1) seen     7  ; (2) h     , not seen . 
b. Estimated namber of chicks in brood      '     .. 
c. Size of chicks in comparison with a meadowlark 
d. Ae of brood, estimated in weeks ,. 
e. Brood flushed or scattered?   -fle, hw far 
f. Development of plumage 
13. Behavior aD mvements of female, f rood and of men on survey: 
14  Identity of brood based on ..              .......... 
15. Probable influencing factors: 
a. Regarding position of brood: (1) 
(2) 
b. Regarding behavior of brood: (1)..               _   . 
(2) 
c. Regarding methods of discovery and handling: (1) ..      ......... 
(2)  __,,, 
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COVER DATA 
Faville Grove Area 
xMoisture conditions-4,                               ate: 
E xact  ite  N o .                                  Section :         44

How mach of site checked:                           Name: l4 
% covering on site: a * over 75%; c = 50-75%; fc = 25-50%; no     15-25%;

R= 5-15%; v = below 5%. 
TZDW                  EMACEOUS               1     WOODY PLATS 
17 C. thistle               1 tamarack 
2 red clover                2      thistle              2- red cedar 
lals. clover                iwd. sorrel                3 cr. juniper 
ow. clover                  foxtail                            spruce 
5   Y ". lover               Cruciferae                 5       pine

61 t imo thy                6 sh. purse                 6i7l1' 
r,                          7 penny cress               7       hazel 
0                           8RC. grs  9 vervain         9       popple 
9 quc                       9 crowfoot F.               9       oak 
10 orchard gr.             10 cowslip                   0       Oak 
i1                        il mead. rue                  I       hickory 
12                         12 milkweed                  2 bI. walnut 
3IE                         velvet leaf               3      locust 
1 ,llieJoint               1  cheeses                  1 basswood 
25 Bluestm                  5 violet                    5      maple 
3 red top                   6 nightshade                6      elm 
4 t'   grass               7 chickweed                 7      ash 
5 1partina                 1  campion                   S wd. plum 
6 silpiium                  9 mint fam.                19 wd. crab 
70 riper                    O lily fan.                       cherry 
9 f1i                       1 sol. seal                21 hawthorn 
9                           2 carrion fl.               2      apple 
0                           3 parsnip                   3 Rhibes 
11 s                        4 pr. lettuce              24      berry 
12                          5 mullein                  25      berry 
phlox                     6 nettles                  26      grape 
1  teadfa~x                17 plantain                 27 V. creeper 
15 pleabane                2 Rurvex                    29 greenbriar 
16                          9 Polygonum                2       rose 
17                          3 pigweeds                 30       sumac 
11 L. quarters                                          1 Vibernum 
.9                          32 amaranth                 2      dogwood 
o    L0                     3 ragweed                   3      honoyouc 
CILTIVATD                 4 burdock                  3 
corn                     35 five finger               35 
2 barl6 6 legume F. 
r y7 trefoil                                            1 d"ad vog.

5 wheat                    39 vetc                     2 boggy 
6 buckweat                40 spuged                    st'd water 
7pearge                                             bare ground 
7 peas                      1 compositae                5 av. gravel 
S beans                     2 dandelion                 5 an     v 
9 soybeans                    sunflower                 6 sand 
10 sorghum                  4i goldenrod                 7 peat 
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NESTING ECORDH 
Lo ca2 Ity ~ 
Date found           Kind of nest ......_                           __  
   _   _ 
Map number                                          _   __    __ 
Number of egs 
Eg s  clean  or  dirty      .  ....______-_........._. 
flushed from nest: 
direction                           _________      _     _    _ 
distance she flew                ,  _    ___    ___--_____ 
acted as t'hough injured_______ 
Distance to dust bath                 S             __-_/__        , 
Distance to gravel                   _  __    __    _ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield           _ 
kind & height of grain                           _____......  _ 
Distance from roads or trails .-__ 
much used?                       _ 
General Conditions Prevailing:              , 
a, Slope (direction & degree)       - 
b. Distance from opening                           ______ 
c . Typa of openi~ng                               ______ 
d. Di tance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement     j______ 
e       of cover 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heav, mod., scant) ._                                __._._            
   _ 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest)       ,,_                         ___     ___i__ 
h. Destruction factors:             . 
i. No. fertile eggs                                _____ 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfiel d 
species of hay                _ 
species of weeds 
height of nest cover 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge                                             ____....__....

type of "edgel' 
S ecies 7ithin SI of nest     _ 
c. Distance to good 7inter covert 
d. Recheck data 
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Su=ary Qf Dates First Eggs were Laid by Runs, During, 1937-- 
Rivided into Periods Baaed on Aocurdcy 
No. of Nests: Ac;U acy Within: Total 
3-Day Peri2ds.      3 days    6 days    12 days Nests 
April 20-30 -- - -  - - ----  --------- 2 ------ -  2 
May    1- 3              - -  --------- -------- 
4- 6 ------ 2 -------- 2 --------- ----- 
7- 9 ------ 1 -------- ---------  -------- 
10-12 ------ 3 - ------ 3 --------- 2 ------- 14 
13-15 ------ 5 --------  ---------- --------                ... 
16-18 ------            ---------  -------- 
19-21 ------ 5 -------- ---------  -------- 
22-24 ------ 1 -------- 5 --------- 3 -------- 25 
25-27 ------ 0 -------- --------- -------- 
28-30 ------ 1 -------- 2 --------- -------- 
May 31-Ju.2 ------ 4 -------- --------- -------- 
June   3- 5 ------ I -------- 4 ---------- 7 -------- 19 
6- 8 ------ i -------- ---------  -------- 
0 -------- 1 --------- -------- 
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1 -14        6 -------- 
15-17 ------ 0 ---------- 2 --------- I -------- 11 
18-20        4 -------- ----------  -------- 
21-23                   --------- -------- 
24-26        3 -------- --------- 
27-29 ------ 1 -------- 1 -------  5 -------- 16 
June 30-Jul..-2 ---- 2 -------- ---------  --------- 
July, 3- 5 ------ 2 -----    2 ---------  -------- 
6- 8 ------ 0 -------- ---------  -------- 
0 -------- 8 
JUl.Y              0         1          0         1 
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Eg  clean or dirty                                                4 
le flusd from nest: 
directioni 
distnce she fleI                                ________ 
Ditneto dust bath~_                                 _  _   _ 
Distance to gravel                  ______ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grai~nfiel.d                S      _____ 
kind & height of grain                        ______           ______

Ditanefro   road  or trals                        _  __ 
much used?                           ____ 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Sl~ope (direction &% degree)                  ______________ 
b~. Di stance from opening 
c. Type of openin 
d. Distance from and size of 
neaestcover fLmrovment 
e. Tye f   cve 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(he- v, md., scant) 
g. Vegetation 
(spcies arun    nest)4 
h. Destruction factors:                    e     I 
date 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfiel.d 
species of hay 
species of weeds 
height of nest cover 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to ee dge 
type  of  "edge"             __...._..... 
species -rithin 91 of ns      _____ 
c. Distance to good -inter cover / 
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Locality                                                                
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Date found     "/?Kind of nest                   "-   )     /,'o,

By whom founid                      -"4.0, 
Map number 
Number of egs 
Eggs clean or dirty                 ______________ 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction 
distance she flew      "_                                  _,_     
       _ 
acted asthough injured_                        "           '   __  
   ....... 
Distance to dust bath 
Distance to gravel    '    ''1             a 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield 
kind & heigt of grain                                         ______,_______

Distance from roads or trails l. 
much used? 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slo e (direction & degree) - 
-b. Distance from o                    3    ;ILI 
c.  Ty e  of  open... 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement      1,1 1t-1..11 
e. _T pe  of  cov er                  ...__.                         .  
 .    .... 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavyv,_mod.._scant)______ 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest) 
h. Destruction factors:                                   f 
cause                            0 e, 
date 
i. No. fertile e~  s -eg;g.                         ....s-_ 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                                                     i 
species of hay                            " 
species of weeds 
height of nest cover         ________..... 
b. Pencerow or roadside 
distance to edge                      el _V 
type of f "edge" 
species within 5' of nest 
c. Distance to good winter cover-, -' 
d. Recheck data 
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'Date found  !     < Kind of nest,-_____ 
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   _ 
Map mber'  
Number of    _e_                                       _   _   _ 
Eggs clean or dirty                                                ________....__

Female flushed from nest:            / J,.                              
7,< . 
direction                             ...   . ._ _ 
distance she few                  ..     ..... 
acted as though irLiu-ed             ___ 
Distance to dust bath_____ 
Distance to gravel                  __ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield ...._________ 
kind & height of grain                          ____________ 
Distance from roads or trails                      _________| 
much Used?,,, 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree)                   , 
b. Distance from opening                ' 
a. Type of opening_______ 
d. Distance from and size of                                    j 
nearest cover improvement 
e. Type of cover 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant)                           ___________ 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest)                          ________ 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause_______ 
date                                         __//____ 
i. No. fertile eggs                ______ 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                        _ 
species of hay 
species of weeds              ________ 
height of nest cover 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge              _              ....    __ 
type of "ede" 
species within 8' of nest 
c. Distance to good winter cover           , .,,, 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
LSTING IMCORD SHM 
Date                Kind of nest 
737 Wom foun% 
ILap rumber 
NUM   er  eggs 
Efgs cl ean o r dirt              ___i-.1,____ 
Female flushed from nest: 
. .r                                                .  ... 
direction 
distance she flew 
acted as tliough ini'e 
Distance to dust bath 
Distance & direction frOM 
%   nearest   ainfield 
k-ind &c Leight of -grain.... 
Di tance fro road  or trails 
nnuch used? 
General Conditions Prevailin: 
a _Sope(direction&der)                         ________________ 
b flitance from o oni 
c.  pe of o enin- 
d. Distance from and size of 
fGround cover near nest  ---- 
9   etton 
Destruction factors:                                    -;4 
cause 
Specific Cover 
0.ie.'OW or ro6adsd 
distance to edg                 V 
d  Re  ec   d t' 
-£4qr~ 4,.,f 
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IMSTING RECORD SHW 
Locality             7  W   (ic&4               11       '    '     /

Date found           Kind of nest                                   _   
_   _   _ 
Zap nmb er                                           ______ 
Numibe r o f egs                                                    _______

Fgs clean or dirty 
Female flusbed from nest: 
direction  ..    .... 
distance she. flew_______ 
acted as thpough injured      I_____________ 
istance to &ut bath-- .. ..  .______ 
Distance to gravel                     .'" 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield 
kind & heir.ht of grain.                   /     _____..... 
Distance from roads or trails               f       _________.. .__ 
m a c hi  u e d ? 
General Conditions Prevailing'.I 
a. Slope (direction & deee)        ,/ 
b. Distance from opening________ 
c. TYPe of o        enin. 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvemen                                           7 
e. Type of cover 
f. Ground cover near nest                                           "

(h~eavy, mod. 'scant) 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest)_______ 
h. Destruction factors: 
caase                         _______ 
date77 
i. No. fertile egs.          . 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                        _ 
species of hay_______ 
species of weeds 
height of nest cover          __,_'_" 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge 
type of ledge!                                               _   _, 
species within 81 of nest                                    _________-__

c.  Distance to good   wnter  cover.________ 
d. Recheck data 
71 
,                    ~ 9:                                   n,' 
*       .   ., s ,                       A 
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WESTING RECORD S 
Locality1               j     §                            444     
d    ,i 
Map  number     ......._                        _ __"__    _ 
Fumber  of  egs  . ._..            ._..                    .... 
Eggs clean or dirty ..    ......___ 
Female flushed from nest-.4/ 
direction                      ..                 ...__ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
distance she flew 
acted as though                                              77ie  ~L 
Distance  to  dust bath  ,_"____.__._... 
Distance to gravel                             __,____-i, 't_ 
Distance & direction from       I 
nearest grainfield 
Distance from roads or trails        i_-___ 
much used?                                  __________.....I__ 
General Conditions Prevailing:                           /      ,/
	
				
IESTING RECORD SRET 
Locali'ty     1'    ~     ~            V     r                          
          A 
Date found    4r     Kind of nest 
By 7hom fo2d                          IV____ A______ 
Map number ' 
Tumb er of egs                      Z      Z 
Es clean or dirty                    _            ....____._____ 
Female flushed from nest:                                             j 
       ~t~~ 
direction                    ~'                                     3   
§t 
distance she flew                 _  _"__               _  _     _ 
  _  _    _ 
acted  as  though  injured                            .  .............. 
Distance to dust bath .... 
Distance to gravel_                                      ....     .. 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield                  i.                      j 
kind & height of grain 
Distance from roads or trails    -____________"_ 
much used?                                         ' _  _"_        
         _ 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction &.. degree)        0- 
b. Distance from opening                                       V7,' 
c. Type bf opening 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement              J.. 
e. Type of cover 
f. Ground cover near nest          V 
(heavy, mnod., scant)                  'i     -_____        _________ 
g. Vegetation                          ;.1 
(species around nest) 
h. Destruction factors: 
date                                        .4 
i. No. fertilee   s egs 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield 
species of hay 
species of weeds 
height of nest cover                          ________-___    _      _  
 _ 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge                                             I 
type  of _"edge"                              ...   ....   .  _

species .within _' of nest     _ 
c. Distance to good rinter cover 
d. Recheck data 
Reaks,          e 
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(   It2)1ESTING RECORD S=                             7" 
Locality     JA)~/Pf                  )LA     t/4 
Date  found       0       ofnest    A/  n-       ,  . . ....            ...

By whom foundM                     ______ 
daP nmber                                        ______ 
Numnber of eggs                                          ._ 
Eggs clean or dirty                 ______ 
Female flused from nest:                1f// 1JJu i 
direction   ..    .ii                                                   
  - 
distance she flew 
acted as though-injuxed_______ 
Distance to dust bath     ._                                 _ 
Distance to gravel                   /_____                        _____,

Distance & direction from 
nearest  grainfield          ,,, ___  ___   __ __...  .    _    __, 
kind & height of grain                                        "i_"_"_'"

Distance from roads or trails -____________, 
much  used?                                     ______..... 
General Conditions Prevailing:     i 
a. Slope (direction & degree)         'Z L.,b                (Y 
b. Distance from opening                           ______ 
c.  Type  of  opening  . .. ..___... 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement 
e. TYpe of cover 
f. Ground cover near nest         9 
(heavy, mod., scant)k_______ 
g. Vegetation                                              1 
cause                                                      ________ 
d a t e     .........       ._                                ...... 
i.  No.  fertile  eg s       ,,,___                         ...... 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield 
species of ha 
species of weeds              ______________ 
height of nest cover          _ 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance  to  edge                           ___......  .  .__ , 
type of fledgel. 
species .7ithin 81 of nest                                              
        X 
c. Distance to good winter cover                  __,_______... 
d. Rechek da 
Remarks:                                                                
   7 
2 3.                      ... 
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NUTING RECORD SHW 
L oCalit, I                                              .   ..   . 
ate found           Kind of nest -0______ 
By *bom fo'untI______ 
MDnumb e r___                                                           ___

-Nmber of eggs    - 
Eggs clean or dirty         ._              __ 
Feale flushed from nest:           1               ___ 
direction,                          /_____L_...            .. 
distance she flew ....         ....__ 
acted as tholih injured -,_,_,, 
Distance to dust bath               _    _'. 
Distance to gravel                ,     _, ,_                   _      _
    _ 
Distance c& direction frm 
nearest grainfield 
kind & heig.ht of grain                                         __ 
Distance from roads or trails                      _ 
much used?                       ,______,_,_ 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree) . 
b. Distance from openin 
c. Type of opening                                                _ I___
I_.. ... 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement            .   ....                     .. 
es Type of cover_                      _  _   _ 
f. Ground cover near nest                        T 
(heavy, mod. ,scant)              J         I 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest)           ___________ 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause                                        _______ 
date            "____"__ 
i.  No.  fertile  ez s   ............_ 
Specific Cover 
a._Hayfield                        ______ 
species of hay                                              _____________,_

species of weeds 
height of nest cover                                         ___..._________

b. Fencerow or roadside 
di stance to edge 
type of "edge" 
species .iithin 81 of nest    ___________, 
c. Distance to good winter cover, 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
NESTING REORD SHE.                        X     4  '     A 
Locality 
Date found 7/,/ Kind of nest                  /    _     _    __/_ 
By whom found                                       _______ 
M ai numb e r 
Nu~mber of eggs 
Egs clean or dirty 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction                                        ____ .   ...___,, 
distance she flew ...                                      ....... 
acted as tho-ugh injured      _  _       , 
Distance to dust bath                 .......                      _ 
Distance to gravel      -______ 
D~istance & direction from 
nearest grainfield                                          _______ 
kind & height of grain                                          _   
_   __ 
Distance from roads or trails                          C   I]i 
much used?                       ....____ 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree)        / 
b. Distance from opening                                           _ 
c. Tye of opening                  _.___,_____ 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement           ! 
e.  Type  of  cover       ........ .. 
f. Ground cover near nest                                        I 
(heavy, mod., scant)                           _______... ___ 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest) ,_                              ___ 
h. Destruction factors: 
Cause                                        ______ 
date                                             ..... . 
i.  No.  fertile  eggs  ...._____..... 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                                   ......         ..._       
       _ 
species of hay                _     _   _    _-___ 
species of weeds                             _    __' 
height of nest cover                                         __'"_/__

b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge 
type of' "edge" 
species within S1 of nest     .   .     .. 
c. Distance to Food winter cover                  ......_               
      _ 
d. Recheck data 
Remark-                                                    A 
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Locality 4: ber                     iS 
Dlate found  i7/   'Kind of nest-                       1_              
____ 
By aT om faun________ 
M ap numbe r 
Nu~mber of eggs 
Eggs clean or dirty          4.    .________..                          
         __ 
Femae flushed from nest:            i    2 
direction                          ,, 
distance she ..lew_                         _" 
acted   as  th ouh  i njured 
Dist ance  to. du sit  bath                                          ...
.*        .. 
Distance to gravel                              .....____ 
Di1stance & direction from 
nearest grainfield ...._ 
kind & height of grain            _     _   _ 
Distance from roads or trails ._._                                      
        _ 
much used?                                      t 
General Conditions Prevailing:     /1_____"_____ 
a. Slope (direction & degree)       j 
c. Dite of o    ening 
b.   sTae f opening 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement      1_     _   __                   ._. 
e.  Type  of  cover               ..J/               .. . 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant) -- 
g. VegetationT 
(species around nest)                                                   
                A  1s   , 
h. Destruction factors:                    !              ' 
caxse                         _ 
date                          _ 
i. No. fertile egs                     /_                   _ 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                         _' 
species of hay                                     ....... 
species of weeds              _ 
height of nest cover 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge                                                      OW

type of "edge"               _,__,-               _,_'__ 
species within 8' of nest              ,                      _i___---______

c. Distance to good 7inter cover                                  ,.. 
d. Recheck data                           I          .A i 
Remarks- 
 
 

					
				
				
NESTING REZCORD SHE~ET 
Lo cal ityW                                       wJ      v     i. 
Date found   /4/3A    Kind of nest                      / 
By whom feuxa[                                                       _____

Map number                                           _     _   _ 
Number of eggs                                       ________ 
Egs clean or dirty          ...                            .    .... 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction                 .     .... 
distance she flew 
acted as thouh injured ,_ 
Ditae to dust bath                                   __,__ 
Distance to gravel            ......__ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield 
kind & heig ht of grain                 t______ 
Distance from roads or trails 
much used?                                              .... 
General Conditions Prevailing, 
a. Slope (direction & deree) 
b. Distance from opening") 
c. Type of opening 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement        __ 
e. Type of cover_ 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant)                                            _______ 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest)            _     ___-_            _  _ 
h. Destruction factors: 
ca se                                                        ___-_____.....
. 
date                                                          ________ 
i. No. fertile _eggs 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                              ...  .     _ 
species of hay 
species of weeds 
height of nest cover 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge 
type of "edge" 
species !within 8' of nest 
c. Distance to good inter cover           ..            .. 
d. Recheck data 
L~ 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
Locality                                 OOD     t4    4   4Alb 
Date found 7/7 Kind of nest                       . 
By yehom fun  '                                            _________ 
Map number 
Number of eggs 
Eggs clean or dirty 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction_,__ 
distance  she  flew . .....                  ....._ 
acted as tho-ugh injured  ...                       ..... 
Distace to dust bath                _   _,_,_ 
Distance to gravel                  _ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield              /                           __ __ ''    __

kind & height of grain          I 
Distance from roads or trails      J 
much used?                                       __-   ___ 
General Conditions Prevailing:     I P      I 
a. Slope (direction & degree)     P %_ 
b. Distance from opening_______ 
c. Type of opening 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improveent        __......._. 
e. Type of cover                    _ 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant) ,_                __. 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest) 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause                         __ 
date 
i. No. fertile egs 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield 
species of hay .     . 
species of weeds 
height of nest cover 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge                  _,_-____ 
type of "edge"                               _ 
species 7ithin 8' of nest 
c. Distance to good winter cover. 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
NESTINXG RECORD SHF 
Lo cal        ty 
Dte found7        7Xnof nestA/                      / 
By rhom f    dfc 
M ap numbe r 
Number of eggs 
Egg   clean or dirty_______ 
I'emaje flushed from nest: 
direction 
distance she fle _...          ... 
acted as tlhoih inJured           _ 
Distance to dust bath 
Distance to gravel 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield           _______         __,      __ 
kind & heijht of grain                          __.____"___'' 
Distance from roads or trails       '________ 
much used? 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction &x deg ee) 
b. Distance from opening 
c. TYe of opening                                I' 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvenent 
e. Type of cover                    _     _    _   _ 
f. Ground cover near nest                       d 
(heavy, mod., scant)                       A- 
g. Vegetation                                                     i 
(species around nest).._.._,_ 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause                                         4tt 
date 
i. No. fertile egps                ______                         _______

Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                            - 
.     species of hay                                _     _   __      _ 
  _   _ 
species of weeds            ,,       _   _    _ 
height of nest cover_                 _        _ 
b. Fencerow or roadside to                                              
             A" 
distance to edge 
type of "edge"                                                
-,,_ _ 
species w7ithin 8' of nest 
c. Distance to good winter cover           ...... 
d. Recheck data     ' 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
ITESTING   RD SHEE 
Locality 
Date found2A 771      Kind of nest-.io                  1$_             _____

By rhi~     7 -______                                              ________

Ma   number                                         _ 
Tumber of eggs 
Eggs clean or dirty ......._'___ 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction                                        _    _ . ....... 
distance she flew ....... 
acted as though injured ..                                   ..__...    
       ... 
Distance to dust bath 
Distance  to  gravel .. . ........ ._ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield ....... _ 
kind & height of grain                           ....,_ 
Distance from roads or trails 
much used?                                      II 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree)                                . 
b._Distance from oening~                          ________________ 
c. Type of opening 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvemeht        _      _               _ 
e. Type of cover                                                  .,,   
       -, 
f, Ground cover near nest 
( h e a v ,   m o d . ,   s c a t )   . . . .  "  . .. .        ', 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest)                                           _____,_...
. 
h. Dlestruction factors: 
ciise 
date 
i. No. fertile eggs ..       ...                                        
 ... 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                                        _ 
species of hay 
species of weeds                  "_                    _ 
height of nest cover             'I 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge 
type of "edge" 
species within   ', of nest   _ 
c. Distance to good winter cover 
d. Recheck data                                                    _    
 _ 
Remarks:                           L/ 
 
 

					
				
				
ITESTINO RECORD SHEET 
Locality                 2 
Date foun d        7 Kind of nest,-     ,( 
B13  wom found 
Map number 
Number of egs 
Es clean or dirty                                  ,,_,___- 
rema-le flushed from nest: 
direction                                         _________ 
distance she flew                 __..                    ..__..._ 
acted as thoug, injured          _   ___ 
Distance to dust bath        ......___... 
Distance to gravel .....V                        _    __.. ... 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield            _   _   _- 
kind & heighit of grainA 
Distance from roads or trails 
muich used?______ 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree) 
b. Distance from opening. 
C. Type of opening 
d. Distance from and size of                   J  ,v r 
nearest cover improvement                                      A . - -ef

e.  Type  of  cover    ,_                   ,_... ... 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant)            __'__ 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest) ---, 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause________ 
date                           ,_, 
i. to. fertile egs 
Specific Cover                                                     j 
a. Hayfield 
species of hay                        (                6 
species of weeds                              _______ 
height of nest cover                           ______o_____" 
b. Fencerow or roadside                       a/v 
distance to edge_                                  _     _ 
type of "edge"                 _ 
species within 9' of nest .... 
c. Distance to good   inter cover ',,;,________ 
d. Recheck data 
. . ..,                                " I 
Remarks: 
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MISTING EOORD SHBM 
Locality 
flat efud ,          Kind of nest                ________ 
By whom fouxd                                        ____- 
Map number                                           _    _    _ 
Yumber of eggs                                      _______ 
Egs clean or dirty_______ 
Female flushed from nest:                                               4
   S 
directiono 
distance she flew                                              7   "1

acted as though inju~red                         ______ 
Distance to dust bath 
Distance to gravel                   _ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest prainfield 
kind & height of grain 
Distance from roads or trails 
much used?                        _ 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree) ....___________ 
b. Distance from o    in                                          __'_"___,__

c. Type of opening                                      I______ 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement     _1 
e. Type of cover                   "__                    u_____ 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant). 
g. Vegetation 
( species around nest)                   41 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause                                              4 
dte                                          ____ 
i, No. fertile   e _________/_/- 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield 
species of hay 
soecies of weeds                                             __,___.... 
height  of  nest  cover .                         .....___' __  _  t _,____________

b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge               _  _   _  _ 
species within 81 of nest   !               i               _ 
c. Distance to good winter cover                                      Z 
d. Recheck data                   :.) C               I ' 
Remarks: 
£Ae- M- 
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VESTING RECORD SHEET 
'i r 
Locality       44A           d                                          
 jf 
Date found~~!. Kind of' nest_______ 
By ivhom fou________ 
M4ap number 
Nuimber of eggs                                                         
                ) 
Eggs clean or dirty                  ____.                              
...._-- 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction                                         __.____,__ 
distance she flew                 _   _   ___            _   _ 
.cted as though injured       _, 
Distance to dust bath           ,                    _                  
 .... 
Distance to gravel                                                  i 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield                                              . 
kind & height of grain          j 
Distance from roads or trails 
much used?                              A,/                          "
   - 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree)        * 
b. Distance from opening           I 
c. Type of opening                          'ij 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover i]Rprovemnt 
e. Tye of cover          . t                            .      .       ..

f. Ground cover near nest 
g. Vegetation-- 
h. Destruction factors:                                     j4 
cause                                                                   
   ....... 
date 
1, No, fertile eggs                       77,____ 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                                               I 
species of hay_,, 
species of weeds                                 .. _         _ 
height of nest cover 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge                                             I 
type of "edge"                                       ._ 
species within ' of nest         ,_     _     _     _, 
c. Distance to good winter cover                     ........           
          ... 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks., 
.!....                                                         IX 
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NESTITG RECOBD SHW 
Lo cali ty  n    O     tIs/     r4/j                              '     
      '4< 
Date found            Kind of nest                _9 
By whom fou-d__, 
Map number 
Number of eggs 
Egs clean or dirty .        .....___                  '   '_'__ 
Female flushed from nest:                  / 
direction                                         _     _.... 
distance she flew    '_'_,_,,_,_, 
acted as though injured                             ...... 
Distance to dust bath                                                   
 , 
Distance  to  gravel     ,_                _ _   _ _........._          
             - 
Distance & direction fron  
nearest grainfield 
kind & height of grain                 e 
Distance from roads or trail s                                  /S   Y.4A,.IL-

much used?                         ________- 
General Conditions Prevailing:                                    , 
a . Slope (direction & degree)                                      
__'___i 
b. Distance from opening 
c. Type of opening               ,               . 
d. Distance from and size of-- 
nearest cover improvement                                               
        . 
e.  Tfroe  of  cover            . . ..... .... 
f . Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant) .,; 
g. Vegetation 
(species around nest)            ______________                  _______

h. Destruction factors: 
caase                                         t 
date     ,_,_,_                                              _  _ __t_  
    _ 
1. No. fertile egs                 _      _-  _, 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                                         _      __-_ 
species of hay 
species of weeds________ 
height of nest cover           _ 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge 
type of "edge"                 _       _       _ 
species within 9' of nest .                                   1 
c. Distance to good winter cover;: 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks:/ 
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NESTING RECORD SH 
Lo cal i ty           J   ~   &a    ~    /K 
D/ f                 Kindof nest 
By whom f oun                        ______           _____________ 
Map number 
Number of egs                                                           
              el, /L 
Eggs clean or dirty 
Female flushed from nest:                                / 
direction 
distance she flew                               "__ 
acted as thou~gh IpjuredI 
Distance  to  dust  bath _____,             _      .... __ ,_,.____,,   
_ 
Distance to gravel                   __                              _ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield           _"                          __ 
kind & height of grain 
Distance from roads or trails        _ 
mu ch  u sed?  ... . ....    .  .    ........... 
General Conditions Prevailing:                                     i 
a. Slope (direction & degree) -_              _     _              __
     ..... 
b. Distance from opening. __.....                             _, .... 
c.  Type  of  opening  ....       ....                                 ..
.  ... 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement 
e. Type of cover                                                 _ 
f. Ground cover near nest                                         I 
(heavy,  mod.,  scant)                  .................... 
g. Vegetation                                                           
  . 
(species around nest)                          L ....... 
h. Destruction factors:                                           I 
caise                                         , 
date 
i. No. fertile ,es , 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield                                                       ±

species of hay                _ 
species  of  weeds             .. ... ..    ..........._    I 
height of nest cover                                         I 
b. Fencerow or roadside    . 
distance to edge 
type of "edge"        .     ... 
species 7ithin 8' of nest     _      _..                                ..

c. Distance to good winter cover                                  ! 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks:...             .. ...../ 
 
 

					
				
				
nESTING RECORD SHEE 
Lo cal ity  6' 
Date found   !  3-! Kind of nest                    _ 
By rh~om founid                      _____ 
M gp number                            "                      .. . .

NTumber of eggs                                                         
   ,/ 
Eggs clean or dirty _"______!___ 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction 
distance she flew                 _____/_____ 
acted as though injured           _ 
Distance to dust bath        , 
Distance to gravel                   _ 
Distance & direction from 
nearest grainfield    .   ..._                         _ 
kind & height of grain            _ 
Distance from roads or trats         _ 
much used?                        _ 
General Conditions Prevailing: 
a. Slope (direction & degree) 
b. Distance from opening                               J- 
c. Type of opening                 5__                              _ 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement                 Q     _-_____,_,_     , 
e. Type of cover        ,_i 
f. Ground cover near nest                         I 
(heavy, mod., scant)     .    ....-_____ 
g. Vegetation                                         ' ( 
(species around nest),/~_______ 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause__                          _ _  _ _ _ _ _ _ _  _ _  _ _ 
date                                                         I 
i. No. fertile eggs 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield2 
species of hay                _     ___                 _ 
species of weeds               _              _ 
height of nest cover 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge 
species within 8' of nest 
c. Distance to good winter cover;: 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks:, 
 
 

					
				
				
N38TING RZOORD SHEET 
Lo ca i ty 
Date found            in  o___nest 
By who   found.               ..           ... 
Ma  mber 
Egs clean or dirty                  ,o -      i.. 
dit direction  rd                                               7   \ 
sne aushe flromnest_ 
acted  as  though  injured                       _______;_____  _________

Distance  to  dust  bath r  i                       ________       ___.....

Distance  to  gravel                .. .......                          
      .  . 
Di stance  ( direction from                         ___________    _    
 _    _ 
nearest    grainfield        _  _  _  _  _  ____________    ______  _____

kind & hei   t of grain' 
Distance from roads or trails 
much used?      ,                         ,<                     i 
General Conditions Prevailirg:           /1 
a. Slope (direction&  degree)        '7< 
b. Distance froq.opening              s            , 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement                        (~7 
e. Type of cover                    ____                                
    _ 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, moa., scant)                           __,_______.__.__ 
g. Vegetation 
(species aro.nd nest), 
h. Destruiction factors:/ 
cause 
date__                           _ _ _ _ _ __                  _ _ _ _ _
_  _ 
i. No. fertile eggs 
Specific Cover 
a. Hayfield 
species of hay                                      '_ 
species of weeds                            I 
height of nest cover                        i 
b. Fencerow or roadside 
distance to edge             7______        _______ 
type of "edge"] _ 
species within 81 of nest 
c. Distance to good winter cover_ 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks:                                                      / 
/                       /,/ 
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INESTING REORD SHEET 
Locality 
Date foud &,          ind of nest 
Map number 
Number of egg 
Eggs clean or dirty                      ..... 
Female flushed from nest: 
direction                                              i  4j 
distance she flew                               .....      .... 
acted as thouh injured ..     ..    ___.... _ 
Distance to dust bath ...._                                             
_,, 
Distance  to  gravel  ....._"__                    "  _'-_    
       __'" 
Distance & direction from 
nearest gai~nfield                <{/(                               
       d 
kind & height of grain 
Distance from roads or trails                                      _________

imuch used?                           7__________ 
General Conditions Prevailing:                                    t 
a. Slope (direction & degree)     I          .    .      ..       _ 
  _,_ 
b. ti stance from o-pening 
c. Type of opening                   ______1 
d. Distance from and size of 
nearest cover improvement       _ 
e. TZ-e of cover_ 
f. Ground cover near nest 
(heavy, mod., scant)           _____-_.                       _ 
g. Vegetation                     I    ,p         I 
(sPecies a.rouind nest) 
h. Destruction factors: 
cause                                                        _    _"

date  ..    . .  . 
i. No. fertil.e eggs                               ______ 
Specific Cover 
a. _Hayfield  o... 
species of ha 
species of weeds 
height of nest cover 
b. Fencerow or roadside                  / 
distance to edge                 _/ 
type of "edge"_______C_______ 
species ithin 8' of nest 
c. Distance to od winter cover.. 
d. Recheck data 
Remarks: /,if                                                           
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Kind of nest -             .... 
Nest Not-.____      _- _ 
Location of nest: 
Cause of desertion:_______________________________________________ 
Date and time deserted: 
Date and time eggs removed from nest: 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:_      _    _     _   _    _    _    _ 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:__               _     _      _ 
Weather during exposure:_____                 _______ 
Weights and measurements: 
Clutch size       No. broken        No. infertile or dead 
No. of eggs weighed j       No. measured,_       Average sizeiii' /i' / 
Total wt. of-j eggs on  lt       (date) was  :    'J.Av.wt. per egg <
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Total wt. of-eggs on             (date) was .      Av.wt. per egg__ 
-.-.-.   -.-.-                            Embryo: 
Egg                   Egg Emb. Shel   b. est of   H 0    of eg    b. 
No.ate ourgg size wt. size wt.      wt.ontents d     csp  ontent  a a Renrks

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Kind of nest_     _    _ 
Nest No.__ 
I X         I 
Location of nest: I t" " 
Cause of desertion:_ 
Date and time deserted: 
Date and time eggs removed from nest_ 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:__     _   _   __      _   _   _ 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:_________________________ 
Weather during exposure:___________________________________ 
Weights and measurements: 
Clutch size     No. broken      No. infertile or dead______ 
No. of eggs weighed      No. measured       Average size________ 
Total wt. ofIeggs on        (date) wasJ ,  . Av.wt, per egg-L /2 
total wt. of      eggs on    (date) was     . Avawt. per egg 
-~~                          MT ----T--- 
-  " .......... .          omp~wt  -  "  E-mbryo": 
Egg                Egg Emb. Shel wmb..oest of H O  of eg mb. 
No..ate.ourgg size wt. size wt   wt. ontents d   csp. onteit_ ,ge Renwks

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/                       tKind of nest 
oc ion       ....                         Nest No. 
Location of nesti     I .. 
Cause of desertion:    C               ( ,.. 
Date and time deserted:                    / 
Date and time eggs" removed from nest:-_______________ 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:__________________________________ 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:__ 
Weather during exposure:__ 
Weights and measurements: 
V                    I# 
Clutch size /7    No. brokenJ     No. infertile or dead      / 
No. of eggs weighed         No, measured         Average size   /KV 
Total wt. of /§eggs on 7///J3(date) was !Jy. Av.wt. per egg /2, 
-        --7 
Total wt. of       eggs on       (date) was      9 Av.wt. per egg. 
 ..omp~wt@    Embryo: 
Egg                   Egg EmbShel!Etb   est of   H 0    of eg   b, 
No. at eourEgg size wt. size wt. wt., ontents dsp contents age Reks 
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16_                                                          __ 
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17       -.-.-         -   -     -     .- 
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Kind of nest__________ 
Nest No. 
Location  of  nest, _ _ _-_       _   _,__,_                  _ 
Cause of desertion:                      - 
Date and time deserted:_ ________________________________________ 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:_ _  _   __     _   _ 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:.______________________ 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:_________________ 
Weather during exposure:_____         _   ______ 
Weights and measurements: 
Clutch size     No. broken    No. infertile or dead______ 
No. of eggs weighed     No. measured  ji  Average size  ,7   .1 
Total wt. of   eggs on ./ ,_(date) was..    Av.wt. per egg-- 
Total wt. of-eggs on       ---(date) was  . Av.wt. per egg_ 
Somp.wt.     Embryo: 
Egg                Egg Emb. hell mb. est of H 0  of egmb. 
No. ate   r  size wt. size wt. wt. ontents disp content age Rmk 
___-2 
....-                                 -A 
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9 w        _,      -   -    -   -....-... .-                 - 
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Kind of nest__________ 
"  " J  iNest Not 
Location of nest: .,         1'N   J ),4frA   444      [               .

Cause of desertion:         -     c 
Date and time deserted:________________________ 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:_      _   _    _    _    _ 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:. 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:_    _   _   _   __     _   _ 
Weather during exposure:___________________________________ 
Weights and measurements: 
Clutch size .O   No. broken4,     No. infertile or dead. 
No. of eggs weighed   1    No. measured    ZAverage sizej       l 2 
Total wt4 of  C eggs on21/. (date) was .7_) . Av.wt. per 
Total wt. of___eggs on         (date) was      * Av.wt. per eg 
--mp .w        Embryo: 
Egg                  Egg Emb.Shellfrb  est of H 0      of eg  b 
N .ateotuEgg size wt. size wt., wt. ontents d~sp    ontent   age Renerks

24a J/  ~       4, 1 -7-       - 
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Nest No.         .y       r9 
Location of nest: .    ;,                    , 
Cause of desertion:     , 
Date and time deserted:          ..t..           1     ' 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:         :3 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:              I               . 
,'  ,/             (1    t ....  /  (.... 
Length of time eggs left uncovered: . 
Weather during exposure:                              ( 
Weights and measurements: 
Clutch size  .No. broken            No. infertile or dea     d 
No. of eggs weighed          No. measured. j- ,Average size 37/,        26,

Total wt. of___eggs on           (date) was    . * Av.wt. per egg 
Total wt. of      eggs on        (date) was       . Av.wt. per egg 
.omp.wto        Embryo: 
Egg                   Egg Emb. hell tb    est of   R 0  % of eg    b.. 
No..ateouEgg size .wt. size wt.      wt. ontents d sp content        age
Remarks 
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Kind of nest.    .,,___ __ 
 /         ...Nest           No.  
Location of nest:             . 
Cause of desertion:         ,   . 
Date and time deserted:______________________ 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:_______________ 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:________________ 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:_________________ 
Weather during exposure:____________________ 
Weights and measurements: 
Clutch size     No. broken     No. infertile or dead 
No. of eggs weighed.    No. measured   /  Average size________ 
Total wt. of   eggs on i/' (date) was,    ' Av.wt. per egg / 
Total wt. of // eggs on     (date) was / /(g Av.wt. per egg. 
"omp.w,      mbryo 
Egg                Egg Emb.Shel tmb. est of H 0   of eg  b. 
No. ateHou Egg size wt. size wt. wt. ontents d~sp content age Reer ks 
S - '.  ,  -d~      -..   -   - . ..       ...    . 
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19. ~ ~ ~~~1 ev " 1. .  . .:    .. 
12, 777-                     - 
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Kind of nest___________ 
Nest No.   // 
Location of nest:_______________________________________ 
Cause of desertion: -. 
Date and time deserted:______________________ 
Date and time eggs removed from nest&.- 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:________________ 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:___________________________ 
Weather during exposure:_____      _____ 
Weights and measurements? 
Clutch size ...No. broken.  No. infertile or dead______ 
No. of eggs weighed  No. measured 17  Average size .   " 
Total wt. of 1.7eggs on ,/L_(date) wastUz/  Av.wt, per egg ' 
Total wt. of /( eggs on  ,  (date) was2LZ. Av.wt, per eg 
--m ---o: 
... ,/   -...        Comp.w  .   Embryo: 
Egg     Egg Emb.Shell mb est of H 0 V of egmb. 
N. at Hour Egg size wt. siz wt. ;wt. ontents d csp ontent age Renwks 
--4- 
O  D-               -...     -     -..- 
-    -          -t       -       ,,,...        -   -  - 
2__     7 j S . ..... .. ..   .  .  ._ _       - . . .- 
-    -          - -    -   - 
-]    -  "  -6  '   -   -Il '  -     -   ....        - .. 
-' .     .  ; 9    -  -:  . . . ._..._.            . -   - 
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1'  ..... -   -    ,  -   - ,  -   -  -   - - .... ..  - 
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Kind of Nest      I) 
Nest NTo. 
Location of nest:      - ..     / .  . 
Cause of desertion:                        . 
Date & time deserted:      _   _   __._             _   _  _   _ 
Date & time eqgs removed from nest: ____,_____-                   _ 
Subsequent treatment of egrs:             - 
Length of time elis left exposed: 
Weather durin exposure: 
',Yeights and Ileasurements: 
Clutch Size    I, No. broken        No. infertile or dead     / iK I '  
  ( 
No. of egqs weighed       No. measured        Average size 3.     - -T- 
Total wt. of    e   o e's on   (date) was _      Av.-vt. per egg !Y- 
Total wt. of       eggs on      (date) was        Av.wt. per eg. 
T-                         Wt  of' e ol  ~mbryo: 
Eg,]T mb.Shell ontents     42O    of' e    b. 
iNo DatE -IouSiz ,t.It. ,t.   less embr.  i  content   a e    Remarks 
--                               ..4.          .  ...     ---          -
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Remarks : 
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Kind of nest . 
Nest No._      _    _ 
Location of nest:i .-                                  i .   >   i/"i.
J . 
Cause of desertion:- 
Date and time deserted: -     . 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:   /      , 
Subsequent treatment of eggs: . 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:                / 
Weather during exposure.: 
Weights and measurements: 
Clutch size J-   No. broken,.1 _No. infertile or dead              ( 
No. of eggs weighed-       No. measured      -Average size____ 
Total wt. of    eggs on   I-" (date.) wasJ.     Av.wt. per egg,2 
Total wt. of4egg/ on __ .(date) was_4. ' Avowt. per eggI.. 
-..-  -      -   -     -   -omp.w.          Embryo 
Egg                  Egg Emb.Shell mb  est of 110      of eg  m, 
No. Date our gg size wt. size wt.  wt. ontents dts0 ontent age ewks 
-                -    -    -                          -     1 
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fKind off nest_                 _____ 
Nest No.___________ 
tocation of nest:        , , ,                  :       L     _ 
Cause of desertion:      72>u. 
Date and time deserted:            .... 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:      ,                / 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:__________________________________ 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:        / / 
Weather during exposure:________________        _ 
Weights and measurements: 
Clutch size jj .No. broken     L   No. infertile or dead ,            . 
No. of eggs weighed         No. measured      ,Average size_______ 
Total wt. of_  ,eggs on         (date) was l    . Av.wt. per egg. 
Total wt. of     eggs on        (date) was       * Av.wt. per egg 
omp.w .        Embryo: 
Egg                   Egg Emb. hel fmb. est of   H 0    of eg  mb. 
No. ateourEgg size wt, size wt* wt. ontents d          csp  ontent  age Renrks

. ; : ,  , .s :    __   ___   __   __  ,_.... ..___..__,         -  :  ._

-                         -7 
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14 
20             /        .     . 
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Kind of nest    j, 
Nest No. / 
Location of nest:         .                                 ,    7 L 
Cause of desertion:_    _   _    _   _   _   ___          _    _   _ 
Date and time deserted:      .I L                          2 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:     M 
Subsequent treatment of eggs: > 
...  , ,  ...Aj+          ,     ... ...  -   CY  q (  &( U }'AC tJ  *
 ... 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:__ 
Weather during exposure-:__                      __ 
Weights and measurements: 
Clutch size/I     No. broken        No. infertile or dead      . 
No. of eggs weighed.-       No. measured -_      Average size_______ 
Total wt, ofjeggs on             (date) wasJ       Avwt   per eggJ 
Total wt. of     eggs on_        (date) was      . Avewt. per egg. 
omp # *        ryo: . 
Egg                   Egg Emb.Shel fmb est of    HO    of eg   mb. 
No. at   o rEgg size wt. size wt, wt     ontents dosp   ontents age Rearks

- ...!.      -   ,        .   .,______________ 
--                  - 
13"                                              ___X . 
-          - -  -.                                .--.        -  .. 
-        -,     - . .- .. -..-..-.-.....   ..          ..         -  - 
10 
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Kind of nest    ....         . 
Nest Noi_...   ___.... 
Location of nest$                   . 
Cause of desertion:      I  , ' 
Date and time deserted:________              __________ 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:_       _   _     _   _ 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:        /    A            . 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:_______________ 
Weather during exposure: 
Weights and measurements: 
Clutch size       No. broken       No. infertile or dead     0   (     ,

No. of eggs weighed        No. measured        Average size     f 3"<
   t5 
Total wt. of 'at eggs on j1   (date) was  5I   Av.wto per egg_.j 
Total wt. of     eggs on_z1 (date) was j      . Avwt. per egg. 
-   -    -    -.....                -  omp.wt. -      Embryo: 
Egg                  Egg Emb.Shell tb, est of HO       of egmb, 
No. ate oua Egg size wt. size wt.   wt. ontents dsp, content   age Renwks

4, -                                                      - 
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/               Kind of nest____________ 
Nest No.  
Location of nest:      / %                               rA 
Cause of desertion:         ii 
Date and time deserted:      _ 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:        ,        / 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:_______________________ 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:_______________ 
Weather during exposure:     .<              >( I,  0  , 
Weights and measurements: 
Clutch size        No. broken      "No. infertile or dead 
No. of eggs weighed         No. measured         Average size __ ___ 
Total wt. of                     (date) was2l/L. Av.wto per egg /2. 
Total wt. of_.Leggs on ...       (date) was      9 i/. Avewt. per eggL 
... . .."  ... .   " . .. ... .  "  omp.wt-,   Embryo- 
Egg                   Egg Emb. hellEmb    eat of' H 0     of' eg  mnb. 
No.DateHourgg .size wt. size wt.     wt. ontents dsp content      age Rew1
ks 
-2     -- I 
lq,!    -     -   -    -'   -                         "1- 
-    - s  -7,  -' -      .   .              . ...    -   - 
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Kind of nest________________ 
Nest No.__________ 
Location of nest'    o I              . 
Cause of desertion: ,       ,, K 
Date and time deserted:_______________________________ 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:_ ________ 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:_ 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:_ _   _   _    _   _ 
Weather during exposure:_____         _______ 
Weights and measurements: 
Clutch size    No. broken    No. infertile or dead_____ 
No. of eggs weighed    No. measured4_LAverage size ______ 
Total wt. of16 eggs on Jj (date) was2Y    Av.wt. per egg 
Total wt, of_.eggs on      (date) was    . Av.wt. per eggj . V 
-       -   . .. ..... - --      'omp.w t,    Embryo: - 
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No. atiourEgg size wt, size wt. wt. ontents disp ontennt 
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Nest No._#__       __ 
Location  of  nest:  J_________,___          _    _    _    _    _   _ 
Cause of desertion:___ 
Date and time deserted: _________  _    _   _   _   __     _   _    _ 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:_ _________________________ 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:.,                          . 
Length of time eggs left uncovered: 
Weather during exposure:_       _  _   _     _   _  _   _    _   _  _ 
Weights and measurem6nts:                                              ,/(4
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Clutch size-       No. broken        No. infertile or dead______ 
No. of eggs weighed          No. measured         Average size 
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Total wt. of__.eggs on_ /K        (date) was Ia). Av.wt. per egg IC0L 
-omp.wt.        Embryo: 
Egg                   Egg Emb. hel2    best of     HO     of eg    b. 
No. atiouEgg size wt. size wt.        wt. ontents d~sp content     age Remwks

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Cause of desertion:     -1  A 
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Date and time eggs removed from nest:____________ 
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Length of time eggs left uncovered:     .  .           . 
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Cluteoh size j    No. broken      No. infertile or deadl-             <

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Total wt. of     eggs on -_.(date) waslY  .a Av.wt. per egg/ 
-   -    -                 -....-...-   om p.wt.  -   Embryo:- 
Eg                    gg Emb.Shel mb. est of   HlO     of eg  mb. 
No. ateHou Egg size wt, size wt, wt. ontents d sp contents ae Rawks 
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Date and time deserted:      I,        /          / 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:_______________________ 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:             ' t        ... 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:' _    ____         ___ 
Weather during exposure:____________________ 
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Clutch size // No. broken_ ;      No. infertile or dead / &J 
No. of eggs weighed        No. measured        Average size________ 
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.......-mpw.                                       Embryo: 
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Nest No.'_______ 
Location of nest: 
Cause of desertion':____________________________________ 
Date  and  time  deserted: _... .................___.....__.__.- _._-- 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:_________________ 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:____._..___________________ 
Length of time eggs left uncovered:_ _   _     _    _ 
-Weather during exposure:___________________ 
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Clutch size   ..-No. broken  No. infertile or dead 
No. of eggs weighed    No. measured, ,  Average size  fr ', 
Total wt. of.jjeggs on     (date) waJ   Av.wt. per egg L ; 
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Location of nest:_______________________________________________________

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Date and time deserted: _______              _______ 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:______________ 
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lUngth of time eggs left uncovered:_________________________ 
Weather during exposure:__________________ 
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Clutch size  Ij  No. broken      No. infertile or dead_____ 
No. of eggs weighed       No. measured       Average size 
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-- .-            -                   o-p-wt.     Embryo: 
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No. of eggs weighed         No. measured         Average size 
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Date and time deserted:i       ,          /                -    , 
Date and time eggs removed from nest:_____________ 
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Clutch size L  .. No. broken       No. infertile or dead    / 
No. of eggs weighed        No. measured    ..Average si_         _ 
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Date and time eggs removed from nest: . 
Subsequent treatment of eggs:_______________________________ 
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Weather during exposure: ....    > 
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Clutch size i4    No. broken       No. infertile or dead       }-fj 
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-  . -"  -  ... ..                   . .  omp..w  *     'Embryo: 
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FARM NESTING SURVEY 
.ar                                Route     ________,__ , 
State             .                Farm No. 
County                              Farmer's Name___________ 
Location of farm                                              ; ,. .' ( 
Acreages: 
Total farm           legume hay      ; alf. "R. cl._; Sw. cl. 
Total crop           grass hay      ; upland       ; marsh 
Total pasture         nixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot    .o small grains        ; corn 2     ; 
Total brush          upland pasture           ; bog pasture 
Misc, wasteland___      sc. block cover            ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
.. .. ... .__..Crop acres cut              Nests found to this date 
Date     -------            2            T           Hun-- -   eas.-   Quail

l     -s  crop  dr       y                   2 i  .11 21 rI    2' 3 
out of   __out of_           out of 
out of         out of_       out of 
out of_    _   out ofjL      out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:_         __          _     _    _     _  
  _ 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census:____ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year __                           Route            i: / 7 
State ___Farm No. 
Count                             Farmer 's Name_______________________ 
Location of farm________________                             ______ 
Acreage s: 
Total farm 2.K      legume hay      ; alf. R, cl.        ; Sw. ci. 
Total crop,___ grass hay             upland    ; marsh 
Total pasture         ixed hays     ; mostly quack & weeds_______ 
Total woodlot    J   small grains; ..1 cort;..                   . 
Total brush     JL upland pasture         .   bog pasture    . 
Misc. wasteland _   m sc. block cover .           orchard____________ 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
op acres out                 Nests found to this date 
Date          12                                  Run      heas.   Quail

ist crop hay 2nd crop hay      grain      ! "2  3  1 2 f31    2| 3 
out of     __out of         out of- 
out of        out of        out of 
out ofj    _out of_4_ _out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:      
	
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                                Route 
State                               Farm No. 
County_                             Farmert s Name_     _      _    _   
 _ 
Location of farm______                                                _ 
Acreage s: 
Total farm_          legume hay      ; alf.     R. cl.     ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop_______ grass hay         ; upland       ; marsh__ 
Total pasture        mixed hays       ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot         small grains       ; corn;___ 
Total brush          upland pasture           ; bog pasture___________ 
Misc. wasteland_ misc. block cover                 ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
t     acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date         i.      .   .2     ...,     3           H.    'Pheas.I Q~uai

lst 'crop hay 2nd crop hay       grain      1  2           3 1   2  3 
out of         out of_       out of 
out of     ___out of         out of 
out of         out of        out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census:_____ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                                Route     ?   ., 
State    i                         Farm No,          / 
County      /,                     Farmer's Name     k      / 
Location of farm    iT     J         /       >1         iu r     f   ,ii
        . 
Acreage s: 
Total farm_      __  legume hay.     ; alf.     .R  cl.  ; Sw. cl 
Total crop_          grass hay     ; upland       ; marsh________ 
Total pasture         ixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds_____ 
Total woodlot        small grains       ; corn       .... 
Total brush__    _   upland pasture           ; bog pasture_____ 
Misc. wasteland       isc, block cover             ; orchard_____ 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Date                                     6          Hun_ _  PheasI*. Quail

i_1st crop hay 2nd crop hay                1 T  2  3 I  "2 31 1  2 
out of_    _out of           out of 
outof____ outof___.out.of 
out of        out of         out of 
4j  out of l         Out of-,,-     out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:...          j- 
Other nests found:______________________________________ 
Broods seen:      /            , 
Winter census:__ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                              Route   ,,,        . 
State ,      / (                  Farm No, . 
County_      _    _     _         Farmer' s Name-\ 
Location of farm_______________________________________________ 
Acreage s: 
Total farm  3       legume hay-; alf._       R. cl.     ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop_______ grass hay.       ; upland     ; marsh_      _   _ 
Total pasu    .    ixed hays     ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot       small grains     ;  corn ,.    __ 
Total brush         upland pasture          ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland      isc. block cover           ; orchard_____ 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut              Nests found to this date 
Date   .3                                          un    Pheas.  Quail 
ist crop  y2nd crop "hy        a          2           3 3   '2  3 
out of        out of       out of 
out of        out of       out of                   . 
i out of I l   out of     ¢  out of Do 
Misc. cutting and nests found:__        _    _    _   __      _    _   _

Other nests found:_________________                       ________ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census:_    _    _    _   _    _   _    _    _   _     _    _   _

Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
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FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year     $                         Routet           e 
State                              Farm No._....._......_ 
County                             Farmert s Name V?      A
	
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year___                            Route __ 
State______________               Farm No, 
County   ..          /             Farmer's Name_ 
Location 'of farn   .     A,, 
Acreages: 
Total farm    ,      legume hay_    ; alf.    R  cl,._; Sw. cl. 
Total crop_   _    grass hay     ; uplandjj; marsh 
Total pasture J]O mixed hays         ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot     j small grains/      ; corn    L; 
Total brush $.       upland pasture     /j; bog pasture 
Misc, wasteland__    isc. block cover           ; orchard____________ 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained:       /   7' :'      .. 
rop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Date         1 I..2_"                  , ,3,       Hn ...    eas,  
Quail- 
ist   crop  yndcrophay       grain     '-1  2  3.1  2 1 311  2  3 
out of        out of        out of 
out of        out of        out of 
out ofL _out of           / 
	
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                                Route     ,     6 
State       , 4..    .,             Farm No. 
County     7,7                      Farmer's Name               ,   >

Locationofar7 
Acreage : 
Total farm     i4 .legume hay-; alf. R, cl.                ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop________ grass hay        ; upland        ; marsh_      _   _ 
Total pasture /      m ixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds__________

Total Aoodlot         small gralns   4; corn        . _________ 
Total brush__    _   upland pasture _ ,         bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland        isc. block cover            ; orchard     w 
Strip cover: 
// 
Reports obtained: 
rop acres out                 Nests found to this date 
Date        1 1             2            3 .. Hun             heas.    Quail

ist crop hay 2nd crlpha         ain      -   2  .3 1  2  3 12      3 
out of         out of        out of 
out of_    _   out of_       out of 
Sout of         out of             of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:      /. 
Other nests found:     .      , 
]/ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census:      __________________ 
Crop damage:                    ....         / 
Remarks: 
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FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                               Route_________________ 
State                               Farm No.__ 
County                              Farmer's Name   . 
Location of farm . 
Acreage s: 
Total farm_      _   legume hay-; alf.          R. cl.    ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop_          grass hay/     ; upland       ; marsh__ 
Total pasture   m ixed hays_2 _; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains       ; corn J/ /;.... 
Total brush          upland pasture           ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland___    isc. block cover            ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
/J 
// 
i/ 
Reports obtained:                                                     J 
Crop acres cut,  Nests found to this date 
Date         1                   .                  Hun ... Pheas     Quail

ist crop    y2nd cro     pha grain        I   2  3 1   21   1   21 3 
out of_    _out of       _   out ot 
out of     _  out of     _   out pf 
out of      __out of__       out oP            I   I 
Misc, cutting and nests found:                __,________,_______,________

Other nests found:_______________________ 
Broods seen:          " 
Winter census:_     _   _   _   _    _   _   _   _   _   _   _     _   _
  _ 
Crop damage:              - 
Remarks:                                                             , 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                               Route 
State                              Farm No, 
County                             Farmer's Name__________ 
Location of farm               /. 
Acreage s: 
Total farm           legume hay-; alfR. cl.              ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop__    _  grass hay     ; upland       ; marsh_________ 
Total pasture         ixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds_        _

Total woodlot        small grains       ; corn     _    _.... 
Total brush          upland pasture          ; bog pasture_     _    _ 
Misc. wasteland      misc. block cover            ; orchard_______ 
Strip cover: 
/                    , 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres out               Nests found to this date 
Datei '                                            Hun     Pheas.   Quail

De     ist   crop    Edcrophay        grain      1   2  31 23 1         
2  3 
out of__      out of__      out of     / 
out of        out of        out of: 
out of        fou tof        out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year______________               Route            (. 
State ..Farm No. 
County_____________              Farmer's Name       .            . 
Location of farm_     _     _      _     _     ___                _ 
Acreages: 
Total farm   j3     legume hay_; alf,       RR clq_; Sw. al. 
Total crop_         grass hayland.               marsh________    _ 
Total pasture m5)'   ixed hays-   ; mostly quack & weeds_______ 
Total woodlot       small grainsj_ ; corn        ;. 
Total brush        upland pasture .         bog pasture 
Misc, wasteland      isc. block cover          ; orchard 
Stripe over:    .....                                        ° 
Reports obtained: 
.op acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date     1.....I          2           3         Him    Pheas.    Quail 
i st arop h y  d rop'ay     gaIF      1  2131 1 2 13 T    21 3 
out of       out of        out of 
out of    __out of_        out of 
I out of-     -out of        out of/'Y 
Misc. cutting and nests found:_      _     _      _    _      _    _ 
Other nests found:_    _      _     _     _     __           _     _ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: /    /                        / 
Crop damage: 
Remarks:    ,                                (   . 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Ye     ar                           Route ~iy 
State      / .                      Farm No.,__     _........    . 
Count                . .Farmer's Name_                 ____       _____ 
Location of farm-                         . 
Acreage s 
Total farm_______    legume hay     ; alf.2R, cl           ; Sw. cl., 
Total crop           grass hay.      ; upland      ; marsh_.      __ 
Total pasture          ixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds___________

Total woodlot         small grains     _   corn       _________________.
 _ 
Total brush _upland pasture                   ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland _      d__ ac  block cover         ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
.rop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Date  ",.  ...._I ' _ 1_      _'       '..___ _._ .          Pheas.
  .Quail 
ist cro ,.ay 2nd crop hay                      2   3   .2   3 1  2   3 
out of         out of        out of 
out of__...   out of        out of 
out of   ,     out of     4..out of 
Misci cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found:____________                               ______ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
I                        FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year             .                 Route ,            L 
State ____ _________               Farm No,___________ 
County_                            Farmer's Name _        _  _,_ 
Location of farm 
Acreages: 
Total farm_______    legume hay     ; alf.R.       cw. cl. 
Total crop_      _   grass hay      ; upland       ; marsh 
Total pasture        mixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds______ 
Total woodlot        small grains       , corn 
Total brush_______ upland pasture             ; bog pasture     u 
Misc. wasteland       isc, block cover            ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports -obtained: 
Crop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Date         1              2            -3_.   "         T Pheas."
Qil 
.     .ist .nd cro        crop hay    grain      _ Y  2  3,1. 2 13 1  21
3 
out of        out of         out of 
out of        out of         out of 
outofut of               out of.._:         .   . 
Misc. cutting and nests found:___ 
Other nests found: __ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year _________Route _                         _    _   _   _   _ 
State ___________                   Farm No. 
Count                              Farmert s Name                       
 / 
Location of farm 
Acreage s: 
Total farm        7  legume hay.-    ; alf.     R. cl.    ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop______     grass hay      ; upland       , marsh          C 
Total pasture  ,     mixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds_        
_ 
Total woodlot        small grains .     ; corn ,    ___...... 
Total brush          upland pasture           ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland_     misc. block cover             ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date         1              2 Huh                         ....Pheas_._ --Quail

_s__   Fcrop hay 2nd crph y    grain      1   2  3 1   2  3 i! 2" 3

out of         out of        out of 
out of        out of-        out of 
Lout of      ___out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:           I     i . 
Other nests found: . 
Broods seen: 
Winter census:_     _    _    _    _   _    _    _    _    _     _    _ 
 _ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year ..Route_______________ 
State _   _    _    _     _Farm No.__________ 
County      ,  /                   Farmert s Name 
Location of farm 
Acreages: 
Total farm       L   legume hay-; al.        R. cle         Sw. ci.    .

Total crop________ grass hayS; upland            _; marsh______ 
Total pasture       mixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot.       small grains     ;corn       .. 
Total brush          upland pasture          ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland       isc. block cover             orchard______ 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date         1                          7"3........  Hun  ..... Pheas.,
 Quail 
..   . !s .crp hay 2nd crop hay       an       1 '2  31 1  2 [3 i" -2
 3 
out of        out of        out of 
out of_      _out of        out of 
out of        out of        out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: / 
Crop damage: ... 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year_____________                  Route . 
State______________                Farm No.___....._         _ 
Count                              Farmerls Name_     __      __      __

Location of  farm 
Acreages: 
Total farm           legume hay_    ; alf.    R., cl.    ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop________ grass hay_       ; upland     ; marsh_____________ 
Total pasture        mixed hays     ; mostly quack & weeds_        _

Total woodlot        small grains      ; corn.   , 
Total brush_______ upland pasture            ; bog pasture_.__ 
Misc. wasteland__    misc. block cover           ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Cropacres out                Nests found to this date 
Date         1             2            3          Hi .             Quail

1st   crop hay 2nd crop hay     'rn       -1-1'2  3 - 12 .3 1" 21 3

out of        out of        out of 
out of        out of        out of 
out of'I      out of       4) out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:______________________________ 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census:_     _    _      _    _    _     _    _     __          _

Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year .    / jK                      Route ,      -      U 
State      LU t                     Farm No. S. 
County                        -    Farmer's Name 
Location  o_ farm _..         ............. ..... .... ....... 
Acreage s: 
Total farm    L4     legume hay-; alf.          R. cl.     ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop____       grass hay   -; upland     Q    marsh 
Total pasture         ixed hays    4_; mostly quack & weeds______ 
Total woodlot        small grains       , corn..   _   __________________

Total brush_     _  upland pasture; bog pasture_                 _   _ 
Misc. wasteland       isc. block cover             ; orchard__ 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Date         1              2         ... 3        ME -u   - eas." Quail

lst crop hay   nd crop hay      grain.         2  6    1.    I 1 1  3 
out of         out of        out of 
out of        out of         out of 
Iout of           out of        out of 
Misc* cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found:_________________________________ 
Broods seen: . 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
.. .  /   . .. . . .           ....  . .. .. 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year     '                         Route   _____________ 
State .       1.  &                Farm No.                   - 
County                             Farmerts Name            .        .. 
  '> 
Location of far' 
Acreage s: 
Total farm      ,    legume hay     ; alf.    Re cl.      ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop__    _    grass hay.    ; upland      ; marsh__________ 
Total pasture       mixed hays.     ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains      , corn      ; 
Total brush_     _   upland pasture ,          bog pasture____________ 
Misc. wasteland       isc, block cover           ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
rop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Date                       2                       Hun  ,,Phea,_ _  _.,____,_'Quail

ist crophy2nd crop hay         grain     ,T   2  3 1 ,213 1    21 3 
out of_     _out of_      _out of 
out of        out of        out of 
out of        out of        out of 
Misc *cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census:___________________________ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year    /                       Route__       __     __ 
State                           Farm No. , 
Count                           Farmer' s Name__________ 
Location of farm________________________________ 
Acreag~es: 
Total farm   J     legume hay-; alf.R. cl.          ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop_        grass hay   _; upland    .   marsh 
Total pasture      mixed hays jj_ mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot      small grains     ;corn,_;_.     ... 
Total brush   _   upland pasture; bog pasture__ 
Misc. wasteland__   isc. block cover         ; orchard_______ 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
__pacres cut              Nests found to this date 
3D..                              ....3Hun   Pheas._ 'Quail" 
Date        1                    _    _2  , 
lst  rop h  2nd crop ha'    grain     1  2 3 1 2 3 Y    2.1 3 
out of       out of       out of 
out of       out of       out of 
-1,      out ofut of            lout of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen:              - 
Winter census:   _     _     _    _     _     _    __           _ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year Route                              _    _ 
State   .                        Farm No. 
County___ J    _ __ ___        Farmer 's Name_      _    _    _    _ 
Location of farm 
Acreages: 
Total farm          legume hay     ; alf.R. cl.      ;. Sw. cl. 
Total crop_    _    grass hay-; upland          ; marsh_    ___ 
Total pasture       mixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot       small grains     ; cor;n 
Total brush_      _ upland pasture         ; bog pasture_________ 
Misc. wasteland_    misc, block cover          ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut              Nests found to this date 
Date        I1....        2    '    _3           Hu_ ...heas.* I  Quail 
Ust cro5p hay 2nd crop hay    rain      1  2  3 1  2  3 i    rI 3 
out of        out of       out of 
out of        out of       out of 
Iout of_            out of_   4out of_      / 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found:______________                          ______ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year_    _   __                    Route 
State                              Farm No.__ 
Count_                            Farmer's Name_____________________ 
Location of farm.. 
Act eage S: 
Total farm   JI      legume hay-; alf.JR, cl.           ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop_          grass hay     ; upland      ; marsh 
Total pasture_,     mixed hays       ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains.     ; corn 
Total brush      -   upland pasture          ; bog pasture______      _ 
Misc. wasteland_     misc. block cover           ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut                      Nests found to this date 
Date        1               _         3           u "    has      Quai

lt    5p a   2nd crop hay     gran      1  2 .3  1  2  3 1   23.. 
out of        out of        out of 
out of        out of        out of 
out of        out of        o ut of              o 
1                                         1.  ,4     ,,_ 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen:               _ 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks:- 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year    /                       Route 
State _______________          Farm No.__________    ___ 
Count                           Farmert's Name_____________ 
Location of farm_.....                              ..___      _   _ 
Acreages: 
Total farm    jj legume hay      ; alf.R. cl.,; Sw. cl. 
Total crop__       grass hay      ; upland     ; marsh__ 
Total pasture   /  mixed hays     .; mostly quack & weeds_     _ 
Total woodlot      small grains      ; corn.k; 
Total brush        upland pasture         ; bog pasture__ 
Misc. wasteland     isc. block cover          ; orchard_    _  _ 
Strip cover: 
Reportt obtained: 
Crop acres cut             Nests found to this date 
Date    .     12                ,_   3  "              Meas.  Quail-

... ist crop hay 2nd crop hay,    graln         2 3 1     2 31  2 3 
out of       out of       out of 
out of       out of___    out of 
out of  -    out of___    out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:____         __________ 
Other nests found:_   _    _    _    _    _   _    _     _    _    _ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
j, 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year       /   3                   Route__         _____ 
State                              Farm No, 
County       (I                    Farmer' s Name_ 
Locationo    f  m 
Acreage s:                               ..V-    ........ 
Total farm _   __    legume hay      ; alf.    R. cl.     ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop__     _   grass hay     ; upland      ; marsh 
Total pasturej        mixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains         corn 
Total brush          upland pasture          ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland       misc. block cover           ; orchard 
Strip cover: /. 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres out                Nests found to this date 
Date         1              E            3          HM        eas.   Quail

ist croFBh    E ndcrophay      grain      1  2   3 1- 2I 3 1   2  3 
out of_    _out of_          out of 
out of        out of         out of 
7/2 4      out of'        out of__  2 6out of     - 
Misc. cutting and nests found:___             __________ 
Other nests found:__ 
Broods seen:    .."               , 
Winter census:                / %-'( 
Crop damage: .- 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Ye ar'                            Route_______________ 
State_     __                     Farm No. 
County          r_                Farmer's Name ,           j 
Location of farm_      _    _     _     _     _    __            _    _ 
Acreage s: 
Total farm _   _   legume hay      ; alf.    R. cl._; Swb c1. 
Total crop_     _   grass hay      ; upland       ; marsh      / 
Total pasture       mixed hays i J_; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains +.; corn.       ; 
Total brush         upland pasture          ; bog pasture_______ 
Misc. wasteland        sc. block cover           ; orchard__ 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date         1                   -_-_-_-----------  Hu_,  Phe as.  Quail

Ist  crop hay      rop hayT grain       .    ". 
out of_    ._out of___ ___out of 
out of        out of        out of 
T  iiout of/     out of        out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: _    _   _   _     __    _    _  _    _  _

Other nests found:_______________________ 
Broods seen:                ,                                   . 
Winter census:         I , 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year      >'                       Route_____________________ 
State____           _             Farm No,..___ Fr 
County__________________           Farmer's Name           .7     r C 
Location of farm 
Acreages: 
Total farm. .        legume hay-; alf.JjR. cl.            ; Sw. cl.    .

Total cro            grass hay      ; upland    _   marsh______ 
Total pasture        mixed hays_     ; mostly quack & weeds___________

Total woodlot         small grains,     ; corn     ,_........... 
Total brush          upland pasture          ; bog pasture_______ 
Misc. wasteland_    imsc. block cover.            ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date      T   -                                   Hun     Pheas.    Qual

.....st  cr p  a d  crop  hay  ... . grain  .......I ' 3  1   2 '  1 ' 
out of        out of        out of 
out of        out of_       out of 
out of ..     out of___     out of             I T 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found:_______ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census:__       ___        __     ___       __     _    __     __

Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year Route__ 
State                               Farm No. 
County__                            Farmer's Name________________ 
Location of farm_      _   _    _    _   _    _    _    _     __       _
  _ 
Acreages: 
Total farm _ .       legume hay-; alf.        jR, cl.     ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop           grass hay      ; upland       ; marsh        / 'I 
Total pasture      .   ixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds_________

Total woodlot         small grains_..      corn      ;_, 
Total brush          upland pasture           ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland        isc. block cover            ; orchard________    _

Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
.op acres cut                 Nests found to this date 
Date                        2             3          Hun           ----Quail

Da      fs 2c'        nd cop hyay      grTain        1  2  31  21 3 
out of_        out of     __out of 
out of_    _   out of__      out ofr 
out of_        out of__      out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:__ 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                                Route___ __     ___       __ 
State _   _    _     _      _Farm No. _ 
Count                              Farmer's Name_________ 
Location of farm 
Acreage s. 
Total farm    Zi     legume hay    _; alf.      R. cl.     ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop________ grass hay        ; upland,         marsh 
Total pasture /2     mixed haysj[ .; mostly quack & weeds_________ 
Total woodlot ,,     small grainsj      1 corn_  1Z    _ 
Total brush    , (   upland pasture           ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland___    isc. block cover             ; orchard__ 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Date     "                  2    ......___          Hun     Pheas. 
  Quaii1 
lst crop hay    nd crop hay     g                       2  3    2  3 
out of        out of         out of 
out of        out of         out of 
out of_    _out of           out of J 
Misc. cutting and nests found:__                 __             __ 
Other nests found:                 ~/   .        .         . / 
Broods seen:        / 
Winter census: , 
Crop damage:              . 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year      /  5                     Route        ,        2      " 
State       /    <                 Farm No. 
County _________                   Farmer's Name__________________ 
Location off            .    "-- 
Acreae s: 
Total farm           legume hay-; alf.        R. cl.      ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop_          grass hay.   ; upland      ; marsh_     ___ 
Total pasture       mixed hays         mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot_       small grains I i; cornJ___;_......__.         .....

Total brush          upland pasture         ; bog pasture_ 
Misc. wasteland       isc. block cover           ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
_rop acres cut______ Nests found to this date 
Date                       2            3          Run       Pheas.  Quail

...      st crop"hy 2nd crop hay       gran          2  3 1   2  3 1
     3 
out of        out of        out of 
out of        out of        out of 
out of        out of        out of 
Misc,. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census:__ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                               Route___________ 
State                              Farm No, 
County_____________                Farmerts Name_      _   _    _   _   
_ 
Location of farm________________                             ______ 
Acreages: 
Total farm    6      legume hay-; alf.          , Cl.     ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop____      grass hay     ; uplandj..jj; marsh___________ 
Total pasture        mixed hays     ; mostly quack & weeds_____ 
Total woodlot        small grains4'      corn., 
Total brush          upland pasture       .* bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland       isc. block cover           ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports _obtained: 
rop acres out    3Nests found to this date 
Date         1             2            Z          Hun       eas      Quai

lst ,crop hay2nd crop hay     grain      1   2    11 21       21 3 
out of        out of_       out of 
out of        out of        out of                             2   : 
out of        out of     __out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:            j        /                    9

Other nests found:_ 
Broods seen:           J- 
Winter census:______________________________ 
Crop damage: . 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year ..                             Route           ,. 
State                               Farm No.__ 
County _____________                Farmer' s Name ., 
Location of farm 
Acreages. 
Total farm        - legume hay       ; alf.   R, cl.       ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop__     _   grass hay       ; upland      ; marhsh 
Total pasture         ixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains       _ cornL.     ;.. 
Total brush          upland pasture           ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland_     misc, block cover             ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Date         I'             V,              ....    Hun      heasi   Quail

,. ist crop    ay 2nd crphay        grain      1  2  3_   2 .3  _ 21 3 
out of         out of        out of 
out of        out of_        out of 
out of        out of       out of. 
Misc. cutting and nests found:__                    ___ 
Other nests found:_      _     _     _     _     _     _     _      _   
_ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage:- 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year___      __    _               Route      T2 _ 
State__________________            Farm No. 
County_    __   _____________      Farmer 's Name_______________________

Location of P rm  ___________" J    _'   _ "" _ " _ 
__:_____   ____  __ "    ( 
Acreage s: 
Total farm        - legume hay-; alf.         R. cl.      ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop__    _   grass hay     ; upland      ; marsh       f 7 
Total pasture         ixed hays      .; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grainsj , corn      j; 
Total brush          upland pasture.        ; bog pasture_________ 
Misc. wasteland       isc. block cover           ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Report s .obtained: 
Crop acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date                       2            3          Hun    Pheas.    Quail

Ist crop hay 2d crop hayI      grain      1   2' 3          1  2- 3 
out of        out of        out of 
out of        out of        out of 
out of        out of        out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found:_ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year_____________                 Route ---- 
State___________________          Farm No.,. 
Count y_______          _        Farmer's Name________________ 
Location of farm 
Acreage s: 
Total farm          legume hay     ; alf.' R. cl.       ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop___      grass hay      ; upland     ; marsh_______ 
Total pasture  -    mixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds_      _ 
Total woodlot       small grains_ L,. _; corn 
Total brush_    _   upland pasture          ; bog pasture . 
Misc. wasteland      isc. block cover           ; orchard 
Strip cover:/ 
Reports obtained: 
rop acres cut              Nests found to this date 
Date         1         _     _         3                  heas. .. Quail

1st .FUTha    2nd crop'hay       ain     !  21            l '  - 2"
3 
out of        out of       out of 
out of        out of    __out of 
out of___ --out of        out of          ' 
Misc. cutting and nests found:_____            _________ 
Other nests found:_ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage:                      ,. 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
/I 
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year_________                      Route____________ 
State                              Farm No. 
Count__                          Farmerts Name_____________________ 
Location of farm 
Acreage s : 
Total farm           legume hay-; alf.        Re ci       ; Sw. ci. 
Total crop ______grass hay         ; upland     , marsh_____ 
Total pasture       mixed hays.     ; mostly quack.& weeds_        _

Total woodlot        small grains      ; corn       ___;_.... ....... 
Total brush_____     upland pasture          ; bog pasture_ 
Misc. wasteland___ misc. block cover             ; orchard_    ___ 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date         1                          3 Hun Peas.               Quail 
Ist crop hay 2nd crop hay      grain      1  2   3 1  2  3    _2  3 
out of_    _out of_         out of 
out of        out of        out of 
out of_    ___out of__      out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
SNY 
Year                               Route             ' 
State   ,                          Farm No.,_______________ 
Count    o                         Farmerts Nae_____..... 
Location of farm              I .. 
Acreage 
Total farm_____      legume hay.     ; alf.    R. cl.     ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop__     _  grass hay         upland      ; marsh____________ 
Total pasture         ixed haysj ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot         small grainsj; corn--           _...... ...........

Total brush          upland pasture           ; bog pasture_______ 
Misc, wasteland       isc. block cover            ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Da.t..                     z   ..     . 3          Hun       eas." Quail

Dte     st crop "   y2nd croph.y       grain      1  2  3  1 2 _ - 1
     3 
out of        out of         out of 
out of        out of         out of 
out of     _out of           out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:__                    ___ 
Other nests found:__        _   _    _   _    _   _    _     _   _    _ 
 _ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census:_____ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
				
				
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Year     _ote,____ 
State        L.                   Farm No.___________       ___ 
County                            Farmer's Name 
Locator__f farm 
Acreages: 
Total farm          legume hay     ; alf.     R. cl.     ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop.k!       grass hay_$; upland           ; marsh jtt'-. 
Total pasture         ixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains3; corn_;_._ 
Total brush         upland pasture          ; bog pasture     4 
Misc. wasteland__ misc. block cover              ; orchard          . 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date                       2 _ _        3   "u          . 
ist crop hay       ro         & aln   '     2  3     . 21 3 1  213 
Lout of_             _    ..__out of_ V 
out of        out of        out of 
out of        out of     ___out ofI 
Misc. cutting and nests found:__                   ___ 
Other nests found:         U--       A.*-' _A---t 
Broods seen:   *.,.p&22    4tt. 
Winter census: 
Crop damage:     _ 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                               Route          .... \^ 
State                              Farm No. 
County                             Farmer' s Name .           . 
Location of farm 
Acre age : 
Total farm____       legume hay-; alf.         R. cl.    ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop________ grass hay        ; upland      ; marsh 
Total pasture        mixed hays.; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains 0Q.; corn______ 
Total brush          upland pasture          ; bog pasture_______ 
Misc. wasteland_     misc, block cover            ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date         1             2 ....       3          R. Hun  Pheas." 
 Quai'" 
st .crop hay2nd cr. ha!        grain      1  2  3 1   2 131   2   3 
out of        out of        out of 
out of        out of_       out of 
out of_       out of_       out of 
Misc, cutting and nests found:... 
Other nests found:________                                 __ 
Broods seen:          4 
Winter census:__ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year ___       _    _ 
State _  _  _   _   _   _    _     Farm No. 
County ___________________         Farmer' s Name (4.    t) 
Location of farm___________________________ 
Acreage s: 
Total farm   I V-3   legume hay    _; alf.      R. cl._    ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop____      grass hay      ; upland.     ; marsh_________ 
Total pasture         ixed hays._     ; mostly quack & weeds______ 
Total woodlot4Q      small grains.g; c or n4S1 
Total brush       _  upland pasture           ; bog pasture____________ 
Misc. wasteland       isc. block cover             ; orchard _EL.. 
Strip cover:                         C" 
Reports obtained: 
-Crop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Date         1              2      .                Hun     Pheas.   Quail

ist crop haynd                  gran       1 .   2  3 T1  2  3 1i 21 3 
out of__      out of-        out of 
out of        out of         out of 
out of'_      out of     __out of                    II 
Misc. cutting and nests found: ... 
Other nests found:_________________________ 
Broods seen:, 
Winter census:                  - 
Crop damage:             r -.....                               . 
Remarks:         I. _".                                          _ 
_  _  _  _ 
4                                          .- 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                               Route 
State                              Farm No________ 
County__                           Farmer 's Name I+_     ,  S,, 
Location of farm_      _      _    _      _    _      __           _    _

Acreages: 
Total farm _ _    2   legume hay    ; alf.R      , cl.     ; Sw. cl, 
Total crop           grass hay      ; upland      ; marsh 
Total pasture         ixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains -'5O ; corn       ;_....      ... 
Total brush          upland pasture           ; bog pasture____________ 
Misc. wasteland       isc. block cover            ; orchard______ 
Strip cover: 
Reports _obtained: 
Crop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Date                             "3                 Hun    Pheas. -
Quail 
,_ _ Ist crop hay 2nd crop hay        grain     T   2  3 1 1 2  3i    2 
out of        out of         out of 
out of        out of_        out of             >1 
out of        out of         out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: , 
Crop damage: ,,        1 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                               Route________ 
State                              Farm No. 
County________                     Farmer's Name___ 
Location of farm 
Acreages: 
Total farm   J# 5    legume hay.; alf.         R, cl,    .; Sw  cl.     
   7 
Total crop      jp   grass hay      ; upland_    ; marsh _     _      _2_

Total pasture    3    ixed hays__    ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot I      small grains3Q; corn          _;__, 
Total brush      )   upland pasture          ; bog pasture________ 
Misc. wasteland     Imisc. block cover            ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date         1             2                       .... ...         -_..
 Quail 
Date   ist crop F  y 2nd crop ha'     grain      i. 21 31    21 3 1   21
3 
out of_       out of_       out of 
out of     ___out of        out of           >-I 
out of_    ___out of_    __out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found:_____        __ 
Broods seen:                 4 a,.,   .V-2... 
Winter census:____ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
,LAA*Lp          / 
 
 

					
				
				
Year____________ 
State                              Farm No. 
County                             Farmer's Name 
Location of farm 
Acreage s: 
Total farm           legume hayj   ; alf._R.     cl._    ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop.         grass hay     ; upland         marsh 
Total pasture         ixed hays .    ; mostly quack & weeds_________

Total woodlot        small grains   .; corn 4. ;______.___,,.,,__ 
Total brush          upland pasture          ; bog pasture__________ 
Misc. wasteland___ misc. block cover             ; orchard 
Strip2 cover. 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date         1             2            3....             Phea.     Quail

..st cro-p         2   d            Fain       1  2  3 1  21  - 11 21 3 
out of        out of_       out of 
out of        out of___ ___out of 
out of __     out of        out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found:____                                           _ 
Broods seen:   1                                             C_ A  !  - 
Winter census: 
Crop damage:    ,    - 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year Route  
State                              Farm No._________ 
County                             Farmer's Name 
Location of farm       . 
Acreages 
Total farm     13
	
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                                Route    ,4     .. 
State                               Farm No. 
County_                             Farmer's Nae            At, ... 
Location of farm_________________________________________________________

Acreage s: 
Total farm    j 0   legume hay-; af,             .   _-; Sw. c. 
Total crop________ grass hay4        ; upland_      ; marsh 
Total pasture          ixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlotIO     small grans-L; corn          n; .. 
Total brush_    _     upland pasture          ; bog pasture_ 
Misc. wasteland__      isc. block cover            ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Cropacres cut                 Nests found to this date 
Date                        2             3u                 Phe as.   Quail

IsE crop           Fohay12 '.    grain    '1   2   3 1  212 1     3 
out of_    _out of_          out of 
out of         out of        out of 
out of         out of        out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found:           ...... , 
Broods seen: ,       ... 
Winter census:     ___ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks:- 
 
 

					
				
				
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                              Route  _   _    _  _    _ 
State                             Farm No,              ,4 - 
County                            Farmer',s Name__ 
Location of farm 
Acreages: 
Total farm          legume hay     ; alf.R, cl.         ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop_____     grass hay_; upland          ; marsh 
Total pasture        ixed hays     ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot       small grains      ; corn ___,_. 
Total brush     '   upland pasture          ;bog pasture_____ 
Misc. wasteland___   isc. block cover           ; orchard______ 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres out              Nests found to this date 
Date         1                                   R 3_ _ un  Pheas.    1Quail

..._ Cs co  hrop.             galn --    1  2  3 12             6 3 
out of___ ___out of        out of 
out of_   _out of_         out of 
Aout of         out of       lout of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:      ,____,__                        ....

Other nests found:_      _     _     _     _     __           _      _ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census:____ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                               Route 
State                              Farm No. 
County                             Farmert's Name_    _    _   _    _   
_ 
Location of farm_    _   _    _   _   _   _   _   _   _     _   _   _   _

Acreages: 
Total farm           legume hay_    ; alf.    R. c.       ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop____       grass hay     ; upland      ; marsh_____ 
Total pasture        mixed hays     ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains.    ; corn -'. 
Total brush          upland pasture          ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland       isc. block cover           ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Cro  acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date                       2                                 e  g-e .  Quail

ist   of5   2    ut co   -_-=    nof            1    1     __ 
out of        out of        out of 
out of_-      out of-       out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:__________________ 
Other nests found:____________________ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year Route 
State                               Farm No. 
Count                               Farmer's Name_____________ 
Location of farm__        _    _   _    _   _    _   _    _      __     
_   _ 
Acreages: 
Total farm____ legume hay-; alf.                R, cl.       ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop            grass hay      ; upland        ; marsh 
Total pasture         mixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot         small grains        ; cornjIj; 
Total brush_     _    upland pasture           ; bog pasture 
Misc. wa~teland    _ misc. block cover               orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres out                 Nests found to this date 
Date          I              2           "             ue          
    Quail 
_       Ist crophay &d crop hay         grain   ' I2      3-1  2   3
1   2" 3 
out of         out of         out of 
out of         out of         out of 
out of         out of         out Of, 
Misc. cutting and nests found:_ 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                               Route_....____ 
State                              Farm No.__              _ 
Count                              Farmer 's Name_____________________ 
Location of farm 
Acreages: 
Total farm           legume hay-; alf.         R. cl.      ; Sw. ci. 
Total crop__ __grass hay            ; upland       ; marsh_    _   __ 
Total pasture   ixed haysj           ; mostly quack & weeds      d 
Total w ocdot.      small grains ; corn 
Total brush__    _   upland pasture           ; bog pasture_______ 
Misc. wasteland       isc. block cover            ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Date         13                             ..     . -Hun__  Pheas. "-Qual
3l 
ist crop hay 2nd crop hay                  1  2           3        3 
out of     _out of_          out of 
out of        out of         out of 
\ iout of        out of         out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found:_      _     _    _      _    _     __           _    _

Broods seen: 
Winter census:__ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year________                       Route 
State                              Farm No.,__ 
County__                           Farmer' s Name 
Location of farm 
Acreage s: 
Total farm           legume hay     ; alf.     R. cl.     ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop___        grass hay      ; upland      ; marsh_____ 
Total pasture 1 jj mixed hays           mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains    j4; corn     1;; 
Total brush_     _   upland pasture           ; bog pasture______ 
Misc. wasteland___    iso. block cover            ; orchard______ 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Cro   acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date         1          _                3          EM      Pheas    Quail

ist crop hay 2nd crop hay       =a n       -  2       3 --l 
out of        out of         out of 
out of        out of         out of 
out of__      out of         out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:_       _      _     _     _   _     _    
_ 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                                Route____________ 
State                               Farm No._ 
Count                               Farmer's Name______      _ 
Location of farm_,,         __________                        _____ 
Acreages: 
Total farm           legume hay-; alf.          R,. cl.   ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop________ grass hay         ; upland      ; marsh____________ 
Total pasture        mixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains I; cornJ           ;, 
Total brush          upland pasture           ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland       ise. block cover             ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
8eport ., _bt ine: 
Crop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Date       '"               2            3          Hun     Pheas. 
  Quail 
Ist crop hay 2nd crop hay      grain      T   2  3     2  3 1   2  3 
out of        out of         out of 
out of        out of         out of 
out of-        out of        out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:__                     ___ 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen:, 
Winter census:_      _     _      _     _     _      _     __           
_ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
/f 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                               Route 
State                              Farm No._    _    _   _   _ 
County                             Farmer' s Name__ 
Location of farm__ 
Acreage s: 
Total farm     j     legume hay     ; alf.   IR, cl.       ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop_          grass hay_      ; upland     ; marsh_______ 
Total pasture        mixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains      ; corn        ___........ 
Total brush_     _   upland pasture           ; bog pasture________    _

Misc. wasteland___    isc. block cover            ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut                Nests found to this date 
Date                                 - "  .         Hun     Pheas, 
 Quai 
.....  ist  rop hay 2nd crop hay .n           "'        3 2    3 12
1 3 
out of        out of         out of 
out of        out of         out of 
out of        out of_        out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:_______________________________ 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census:_       __           __            ___                   _

Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                            Route 
State                           Farm No.__________ 
Count                           Farmer's Name_     _   _   _   _   _ 
Location of farm___       __     __     ___       __      __     __ 
Acreage s-: 
Total farm         legume hay   ; aif.     R, cl.    ; Sw. cl 
Total crop_      _ grass hay     ; upland     ; marsh_________ 
Total pasture4      ixed hays     , mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot   ,  small grains      corn.    ; 
Total brush_   _   upland pasture        ; bog pasture.       j...r 
Misc. wasteland     isc. block cover          ; orchard_____ 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres out             Nests found to this date 
Date        1            T               " '   Hun    Pheas. I_ail_

lst _crop       ay2nd Crophay      rain     Y. 2 3.1211         1  3 
out of       out of       out of 
out of       out of       out of 
out of    4out of         out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:__ 
Other nests found:_    _    _    _     _    _    _     _     _    _ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage:-.- 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                             Route_________ 
State                            Farm No.,_  _   _   _   _ 
County                           Farmer's Name_ 
Location of farm 
Acreage s: 
Total farm___       legume hay    ; alf.   R.  cl._.; Sw.. cl. 
Total crop_____     grass hay     ; upland     ; marsh______ 
Total p apure      mixed hays     ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot       small grains     , corn.; 
Total brush        upland pasture         ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland      isc, block cover          ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut              Nests found to this date 
Date        I             2  ....__..     .    .  -   .. h       Quail _

. .st ,,.ro . . ..  c r chop nay  grain  2  3 11 .2  3 1Y2  3. 
out of       out of     _out of 
out of_   __out of         out of 
out of       out of    _   out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found:__ 
Broods seen:                       . 
Winter census:________________________________________ 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                                Route    _    _    _    _ 
State                              Farm No. 
County ___________                 Farmerts Name____________ 
Location of farm___ 
Acreage s: 
Total farm_      _   legume hay      ; alf.    R. cl.     ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop_          grass hay       ; upland      ; marsh 
Total pasture         ixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds__________

Total woodlot.       small grains       ; corn    ; 
Total brush          upland pasture; bog pasture_                 _   _ 
Misc. wasteland_     misc. block cover             ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Cropcacres out                Nests found to this date 
Date         1                                      Hun       eas. 
ist '2r6  ha2nd crop hay        grain      I "2 -3 1     -2 ,3     
3 
out of_    _  out of         out of 
out of        out of         out of 
out of        out of         out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:__ 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                             Route Ai 
State                            Farm No,__ 
County _Farmer s Name__                                      _      _ 
Location of farm 
Acreages: 
Total farm   i      legume hay_   ; alf.    R. cl.    ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop_    _    grass hay     ; upland     ; marsh.. 
Total pasture       mixed hayS63   ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot    - small grains       ,corn 
Total brush         upland pasture         ; bog pasture__ 
Misc. wasteland      isc, block cover          ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut              Nests found to this date 7, 
Date 1.         "         2           '          RHun  *Pheas.   Quail

ist crp    n   d crphay      grain     1 2    3 1  21     i- 2I 3_ 
out of       out of        out of 
out of       out of        out of 
out of /2    out of     Zout of2'     -   /                     3 
Misc. cutting and nests found:__         __      _    __      __      _ 
Other nests found:_______ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census:__      _    _   _   _   _    _   _   _   _     _   _   _ 
Crop damage:        {.           . 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year     / 7                       Route 
State                              Farm No. 
County_________________            Farmer 's Name___________ 
Location of far                    tW~7    A 
Acreage s:                            , 
Total farm           legume hayL; alf.       R. cl.     ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop_______ grass hay -L-; upland          ; marsh_______ 
Total pasture.        ixed haysjj1; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot._      small grains-L    _, corn 
Total brush          upland pasture          ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland___    isc. block cover           ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date         T             2                                         W u
 Eheas.  Quail 
Ist crophay 2nd crip hay   grain     l ... 2  3 i1  21 3 I' 21 3 
out of        out of        out of 
out of        out of        out of           /. 
out of___     out of        out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found:____            __________ 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
* 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                               Route________        _ 
State    /                         Farm Noo 
County                             Farmerts Name 
Location of farm__       _   __    _   __    _   _   __      _  __     _
  _ 
Acreages: 
Total farm________ legume hay_      ; alf. /1 R. cl,     ; Sw. cl. 
Total crop_     _    grass hay_     ; upland      ; marsh________     _ 
Total pasture        mixed hays_     ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot        small grains._; corn       -;______________     __ 
Total brush_    _    upland pasture          ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland__     isc. block cover            ; orchard____        __

Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
Crop acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date              7                     3           un ..Pheas.      Quail

Ist__ _asdcrop y n              grain      1  2  3 1 1 21 3 1      3 
out of     _out of          out of 
out of        out of        out of 
out of__      out of__ Z    out of)       2     _ 
Misc. cutting and nests found:__                   ___ 
Other nests found:____ 
Broods seen: 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
F~ARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year _____________Route                             / 7 
State     A/                     Farm No,.   __        _ 
C   ot                          Farmer's Name        Z  6 
Location of farm -j        7 .             ( 
Acreage s: 
Total farm     s.   legume hay L ,; alf       R. cl._    ; Swe cl. 
Total crop_______ grass hay       ; uplandj      ; marsh   /6 
Total pasture       m ixed hays     ; mostly quack & weeds___________

Totalwoodolo__. . small grains_17 ; corn., L; 
Total brush         upland pasture . ,      ; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland     misc. block cover           ; orchard________ 
Strip cover: 
RePorts obtained: 
Crop acres cut               Nests found to this date 
Date         1    _      2                      H      PEas.,   Quail 
___st crop       a 2d crop ay       gri      1T            21 3 1 _ 1 
out of_    _out of_         out of 
out of        out of__     out of 
[<.     out of/       out of_ /7out of 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen:                      ( 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
FARM NESTING SURVEY 
Year                              Route , 
State                             Farm No,         / 
County                            Farmer's Name    C,              "

Location of farm 
Acreages: 
Total farm   /W 0   legume hay        alf.    R. cl._ Sw. cl. 
Total crop__    _   grass hay       ; upland_    ; marsh 
Total pasture  3      ixed hays      ; mostly quack & weeds 
Total woodlot d-     small grains     ; corn       /..y ;'E 
Total brush_    _   upland pasture; bog pasture 
Misc. wasteland       isc. block cover           ; orchard 
Strip cover: 
Reports obtained: 
rop acres cut              Nests found to this date 
Date         1 ....2...         .       3  .    .Hun .Pheas.. I Qua! 
.. It crop    ynd  op hay        grain     1   2  3   1 2.311   2 
out of        out of        out of 
out of___ -_out of___ ___out of_ 
S        out of      oout of     ;-4out of?'< 
Misc. cutting and nests found: 
Other nests found: 
Broods seen:           3>7       ,' 
Winter census: 
Crop damage: 
Remarks: 
 
 

					
				
				
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NEST RECORD 
Nest No. 
Species'~                     Found                   l 193R  by 
Locality    ,         - 
Nest marker    A1whS 
Consqruction, materials,' orientation 
Surroundings 
Visits 
ByJ 
Dlate        3*%A      -4-L    J- 
Eggs, No.    STVL      -3 1.j              a;%    -                     
    Z. 
C ondit8                  II.4 ?**                                      
          3,- 
Hen                                                      I L 
Deductions 
Phenology 
First egg                  Clutch                    Incubation began 
Last egg                   Interval                  Hatch 
Mortality 
Remarks 
 
 

					
				
				
JEFFTRSON COUR7TY  7.ST.I' SURVEY 
The University of Wisconsin Department of W1.1C.lifc Vanagement is trying
to measare the loss of game bird nests. 
Will you kindly acquaint us with the follot-ng ntsting information as it
applies to your farm? Mail the completed sheet 
to A. S. Hawkins, Faville Grove Wildlife Area, Lake Mills, Wis., or hand
it to your local 4--H Club leader. 
Name:                             Location of farm (township and section):

(A) HAYFIELD NESTS 
While mowing        acres of  r              hay, I uncovered the following
nests: 
I Kind of   Kind of           Ha!:hed be- Destroyed be- Destroyed by Reclaimed
after 
Date        hay        bird  No. eggs fore mrwing fore mowing     mowinp
        mowing           Remarks 
Note: If your 1936 haying uncovered no nests, please fill in the acreage
and kind of hay, and write "no nests" on the 
table. We are sampling the county and are just as anxious to get such reports
as reports of nests uncovered. 
HAYFIELD NESTS, 1935: Last year (1935) I uncovered _      pheasants,    
 Huns,   -    quail, and       prairie 
chicken nests on this same farm. 
(B) NON-H.YF ELD NESTS 
In addition to the hayfield nests, I found on my farm this year: 
Was nest     I Location of nest (fence- 
Date        Kind of bird   No. eggs     successful? I row, pasture, woods
etc.)            Remarks 
2. 
 
 

					
				
				
T U  oof W                 Inage  ent is tryig to m   th s s of g bir nst

toA.S.HakisFaile roeWialfe Area, Lake Mills, Wi., or hdit toyuoa 4-H Clu
leader 
Name:              ~~Location of far (townshpadseto) 
(A) H     NESTS 
Whl  own    cer  f ________ha__, I ucvrdtefloignt    s: 
Kid f  in o    aciip P- esrydb-Dsrydby Reclaimed after 
2. 
NtIyu13h          iucvered no ness D  fl in te a  g an kind of hay, and rt
"no nests" on t 
tabe.Wearesaplngthe cuty and ar just as axous to gt suc reports as reprts
of nssucvrd 
HYILNET,13:Last year (19 5) I                    -noee  -haats   us  quail,
-n  prae 
In aditon t th hayiel nests, I fournd on m  amti er 
77 
2. 
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NEST RCORD 
Nest No. 6 
Species   -.   .   .    Kr.    Found    alz 4, 11 A.     193   by 
Locality ....                 .... 
Nest marker     th     LI of   oor    o       er o"     (i    e    
        r. 
Construction, materials, orientation                   IVeL  ;  Jof e   
        C .   E.f 
SurroundingsC          l.h            Li<.                           
   :12c 
Visits 
By 
Date          J  -.1   ",    1-01.. 
Eggs, No.    _1. (I        ri,) 
Condition                r 
Hen                     Vi 
Deductions 
Phenology 
First egg     u             Clutch       4              Incubation began

Last egg                    Interval                    Hatch 
Mortality 
Remarks 
I'     4   4.   II                    80  Lj Y.       A>    2       f

ve  ;oe  o-1r    : 1  c0s@ re.y      le-¢ .. ."  h            
                (21s a~r 
 
 

					
				
				
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NEST RECORD 
Nest No. __ 
Species                        Found       L93X by B           by 
Locality      N... 1..          ,I(Aj c,                               m-i-.---.-.

Nest marker 
Construction, materials, orientation 
Surroundings                                             -to,-1L  ~4 
Visits 
By                                    k    Q-         a%*-  0 
Date            Ttn. I. I-,"".                                
    C9    I       ,0,- 
Eggs, No.     r,-. 
Condition 
Hen 
Deduct ions 
Phenology 
First egg                   Clutch                     Incubation began 
Last egg                    Interval                   Hatch 
Mortality 
Remarks 
 
 

					
				
				
NEST RECORD 
Nest No.    1L 
Species    u ri .        .    Found     Ju   1   r. ., 193   by Sou1le, 
  re, 
Locality    '                   * , il           ( Pb !74o       i*  %o        CIVcIL v  s el      re ier 
r} A                ii Li   1oC 4    or    eore                 . 
Remarks 
oe     , tooeCr iesit~>    i       rot       e ~         4-  . 
set Ii.  }ro.r  1  t~o  ae  bx)o] '  e   1.   se~ii~ 
 
 

					
				
				
NEST RECORD 
Nest No.    14. 
Species   T¢unria Pvrt.      Found   Jujie 1, i,.- . , 193 8 by  Ooo
L~me re ortea to 
Locality i       .     .       L         *           -e 
Nest marker         -      i  S. rc   r      r o'd 1. 
Construction, materials, orientation           of o   1                 e
I  ,   1     ) 
Surroundings   C)          -                                        e 
,  ,,, , , ,   ,,  ,  ,   1  ,   0 ~ ! . 
Visits 
By                     L ..     " 
Date         J    19 ..        '. 
Eggs,  No.        -   ..       . ,   ,    " 
Condition                                  r  4_1 
Hen 
Deductions 
Phenology 
First egg                  Clutch        i            Incubation began  
 J     11 
Last egg                   Interval                   Hatch 
Mortality                            ,          ,9                  r o , r         r  I/  0' Y  :'  
	
				
NET RECORD 
Nest No. P1. 
Species        :             Found  J ..1....        197_  by. 
Locality   ;o    . '. of   i           "     ec                ro 
Nest marker 
Construction, materials, orientation    e_        Of   _____r__________________r_

?  e   f l i r .   I < 2    < {   Lw   h   > , 1 t   I j r o. <
 : r e .   S i o  i   S    k   < : u   a .>)     e 
Surroundings    es. 1     fi r o11  v%    of o0sCk 1Ie    aer   o1 3    
      . 
sUure  oK. <:::C, s e  oi  < sI;  Las:[  w a<:  <+,fl'   oo :
 "o   o  e 
s   1 cr,'e  (Siie's) ,i o1% gO y{}.  r. 
Visits 
By 
Date 
Eggs, No. 
Condition 
Hen 
Deductions 
Phenology 
First egg                 Clutch       1.           Incubation began   Je
1: 
Last egg                  Interval                  Hatch 
Mortality               .Tet o  oer by roat orew e  i   - r  1 on June 16.

or  I ly  lruok" w~s ver  t of <-oa   , bu' fe   e thers itvlic 
-q. Ir ha. 
esc ee  u~iI 3urD.  e s ertiov  3ue to ieiw  owe  over 4 ile  es u uer 9
-ws 
toviedl o-#er s few  .-au es 1' -er but hei  ; not esert. iSa -e Xiu 'io'.
ir Lot]  e 
Remarks 
 
 

					
				
				
NXMT RECORD 
Nest No.    1 
Species             - rt.     Found           A..     19>    by     e
     . 
Locality '3orth si0e of ?r. Ro   ,  .   cor     o                       i

Nest marker             f   e       fro   r     '  .. 
Construction', materials, orientation 
Surroundings 
Visits 
By 
Date 
Eggs, No. 
Condition 
Hen 
Deductions 
Phenology 
First egg                  Clutch      21            Incubation began 
Last egg                   Interval                  Hatch 
Mortality 
Remarks 
:,  ,,"e to. %e  : ,   !}   8 :  : ,,I 
 
 

					
				
				
NEST RECORD 
Nest No.    II. 
Species             P  t.    Found J           .,  ,l193     by  :1,    
   T ,.. 
Locality               " .  P.     2 i  i i  1o                    .

Nest marker       e  i      e                sli. 
Construction, materials, orientation                                ft  r
o. 
1tch so)0 o4 i        . .< *    o    a i *: .  s, 
ofi 1r33 o  i" 3 
Surroundings      t     o.i A                  (,  i   Pi   TovluLu 
{  .e   O  n  7,     , }> S i     "}S (3      1" }   vl,11 
Visits 
By 
Date 
Eggs, No. 
Condition 
Hen 
Deductions 
Phenology 
First egg                 Clutch                    Incubation began 
Last egg                  Interval                  Hatch 
Mortality          l    II                       , 
Remarks 
 
 

					
				
				
NEST RECORD 
Nest No.    i. 
Species        .              Found ___19_                    by ____......

Locality                            i~           t 
Nest marker    -     t     . 
Construction, materials, orientation              'leer  .L~o        Let
     e of lo t 
n  old                v:f      'rs.   '        op      :   *tc       ol 
 e 
Surroundings                                                          r,
  lLt 
Visits 
BY 
Date 
Eggs, No. 
Condition 
Hen 
Deductions 
Phenology 
First egg      r '     )   Clutch      12   ro) IL     Incubation began 
Last egg                   Interval                   Hatch 
Mortality        Co          i, 
}I'    tV : e]  ~  j   { .  fro  C:es'  %oC,                      A :m ,
:] ...  i %hj :    dd     UiJi e     p ,)e    ct:@r  'resh,  o
o0 o) 
 
 

					
				
				
NEST RECORD 
Nest No.    . 
Species           P        Pi.  Found  Jule II    19    by _ss_______ 
Locality E. s      o  on          t ahj fo  ic ,                     _  
     . 
Nest marker    3, Yo~t 0l1z      C         w ....         c           . 
Construction, materials, orientation oesA 1'                 11 e e f  ,
cut 0  rA  jre 
Surroundings j-r7    £1ei  o    side oO v        r.      rr}i i  o
 . yi e 
of ros'. (]oo  ro- si(e o er oL 1% )tu  es. o  ro41            Incubation began ____

Last egg                 Interval                Hatch 
Mortality 
Remarks 
He or  .) vd£ e >ouv, 1~i t:o* flsts ±}o         e:   c 
 u .R      aIe 
a.v  '    [ > o JiG~  10,  oarr,," itl 12'O "(a  ;; ()<)
aa 3ae  so(  e 
o   Jure  16  ;a[  I I5    I   :ic,  Ui:.  -Ih  eA  w)s ve  lu   ' > es1
, 2 
 
 

					
				
				
NEST RECORD 
Nest No.    8. 
Species   iu    _______ Found            J              193 5' by 
Locality                                              t A ro  r  S  o. o
 w it  the  f 
Nest marker    I    I ~   e  oi    jA    ers)o     oi,    e. 
Construction, materials, orientation      es   1   o     oj 'I: 
Surroundings ......    , 
Visits 
By           Ju e 16, 2:K 5  . 1 
Date         Dus) G S' 
Eggs, No.     ?? 
Condition    ? 
Hen                t - I acub~ti   . 
di 'a ot flus      h. 
Deductions 
Phenology 
First egg   ...... ____6   Clutch                      Incubation began 
Last egg                   Interval                   Hatch 
Mortality 
Remarks 
 
 

					
				
				
VEST RECORD 
Nest No.    7. 
Species   u gri         .     Found     ,    i       , 193 8 by    olier
     oc:. 
Locality   'loe io 0c  ish       e     1... 
Nest marker           e 
Construction, materials, orientation      e    10' fro    me o£   
 er,   L     e !G 
Surroundings                  Di'~~~ c O:A e. sb. c  Cr    ~>1r.     
         ~    Y 
el s  roy.i ;             N- e  o er, 2  0      o 
Visits 
By                Ce,      V i  ,    I s,      r 
Date        Ju.- 1, l( P. 
Eggs, No.      1/2 h1ll: o LeIllo re o                 ~e oi ,/21) 
Condition   S} 1)    ero i h.ac -                  '3o o  o1  ed. 
Hen           o brs se       ii yi  it. 
Deductions 
Phenology 
First egg   Lay 2 (lus orClutch       12           -, . l b.)Incubation began

Last egg                   Interval                   Hatch 
Mortality     GCT   e" (?) es     ro"e   c"te  y oro;, h 
            w     o 
emJ -rk 
Remarks 
to 
 
 

					
				
				
NZST RECORD 
Nest No.    C. 
Species              P . L.  Found                   1938 by   'r r 
Locality   ..  o  r            4     . 1  o  -r  [,  j  C,              
      r 
Nest marker                    , 
Construction, materials, orientation        J-i-'  _____ 
Surroundings    eI<   '    >or. iel                         1     
    :   . 
Visits 
By 
Date 
Eggs, No. 
Condition 
Hen 
Deductions 
Phenology 
First egg                 Clutch         ,           Incubation began 
Last egg                  Interval                   Hatch   " 
Mortality  17rcx                                           x 
Remarks 
co: oe~le   {]  o% {r:le  l~ hofs 
 
 

					
				
				
NEST RECORD 
Neat No.    . 
Species   %    W    Ir .    Found   Ju e G          193  by    e        
  r 
Locality                                     O *  '  -  * f* o. ,2 rcc, 
Nest marker S%. 
	
				
NEST RECORD 
Nest No, 
Species   T            t-     7ound.197                     by         .

Locality             r      LI 
Nest marker     o     i   2O' 7. . of  est.      cor er      r0 e 2ie 1r
I e.r I 
Construction, materials, orientation    Ir  e reo        reOl        e o
 oli   rs 
c18 ste, ; oY[ le.a; ,eli femu    reQ.  S urrouc
	
				
NEST RECORD 
Nest No. ,. 
Species   u:-ri        .     Found    Ju:e 2       , 193- by ir~e  0. !is

Locality  C. 2, 5' S. oI Sir                    ri 
Nest marker S17il rod  !oh c      evce Yy  et. 
Construction, materials, orientation 
Surroundings 
Visits 
By          3uss 
Date        June C, 13S, 1:15 
Eggs, No.   13 
Condition 
Hen          Deserted Oue to   o. lS uek)flu~hi     icr fro . t o  Jue 2
;rhen 
we fouu this est.   irthouih og lid   ot hurt her w e  flush--, 
I Oo not' w  jlor :t hor  esertin- the  esft. 
Deductions 
Phenology 
First egg      y __       Clutch     i 1z   c.)     Incubation began 
Last egg                  Interval                  Hatch _ 
Mortality    He  n. tudcs £ frirhtened but I doxi't thiok she was iciured
-whea 
o  took out sone fethers ou Juae 2. 
Remarks 
.di c''  o.: (S :-   c,]   u ht i.  (  }, '   leP[iiD   elt .Uut  L1: ot
PurK oer (?) 
f r o   1 s t   . e ~  r & .}   , e s   1 o ~ t  f ew   ) .,,   r , 
_, ,,t   f ~   ce t 
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409 Sidney Street 
Madison, Wisconsin 
October 31, 1938 
Dear Art: 
I am enclosing the information I gathered from 
the Hun study in Jefferson County. I regret that the 
results are not more satisfying, but believe that you 
will understand the circumstances in view of Prof. 
Leopoldts letter. 
I had a conference regarding this study with 
him the other day, and the conclusion was to drop the 
work in consideration of the lack of data. I think 
Lyle intends to try to get Sam Kyso to shoot a few 
birds for dissection. 
As I noted in the report, I spent nine (9) 
days On the job, of which 47 hours were in the field, 
and the rest of the time I was unable to get transpor- 
tatton due to Bill Laesch's having to be in court or 
in the office. 
My room and board bill at the Tillotsens was 
$6.00. The professor advanced the  -oney for me to pay 
this bill, so you can square that with him. While in 
the field with Laesch, I spent a total of $3.80 for 
meals. 
It was a big disappointment to me not to be 
able to turn in a more extensive report. I was really 
interested in the project and wanted very much to do 
a thorough piece of work, but I found myself handicapped 
by transportation and a limited number of hunters and 
kill. However, I hope you can use to advantage what 
material I a submitting. 
With best wishes, 
Sincerely, 
Harry tson 
 
 

					
				
				
Information on Hunters Kill of Hungarian 
Partridge in Jefferson County 
According to the county plat book, hunters who had Huns 
were given nimbers 1, 2, etc. I note this to indicate to you 
that when I ref2er to thema by numbers, you will be able to locate 
the areas where Huns were shot. 
During the period of nine days (October 15-24), I contacted 
87 Pheasant and Hungarian Partridge huiters and 29 Squirrel and 
Duck hunters. I put in 47 hours in the field, and travelled 
583 miles. The following data was accrued from contacts made. 
The 87 Pheasant and Hungarian Partridge hunters hunted for 
a total of 1832 man-hours with 24+ dog-hours. They saw a total 
of 65 Hungarian Partridge of which 9 were killed, 218 Pheasants 
(females predominating) of which 42 were killed. In the particu- 
lar localities where the Huns were shot, the hunters were out 
for a total of 17 man-hours and no dog-hours, and had seen a 
total of 12 Pheasants to the 65 Huns. 
Crippling losses in Huns were 0 while that in Pheasants 
amounted to 15. There were no crippling losses of Pheasants in 
the territories where the Huns were shot. 
On the following page a chart tabulates the information 
~athered on the Huns observed. 
 
 

					
				
				
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1    Jefferson   X        405 &re Yel.-    Full    Young     None 
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3       "        X        402 " Bluish     Full    Adult 
No information was gathered from the hunters in regard to past 
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UNIVEREITY OF WISCONSIN 
*  COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 
*                        MADISON. WISCONSIN 
EPARTMENTr AGRICUL.TURA-- ECONOMICS              Faville Grove Wildlife Area

Lake Mills, Wisconsin 
August 13, 1938 
Dear Art; 
You are probably anxious to get my summary of this year's nesting work 
here on the area. If there are any details you want pertaining to this summary,

please feel free to ask them. I will do my best to clear up any rough spots.

Game Bird Nests found (April 22 to August 13, 1938)s 
Pheasants - on area - 27 
- off area- 24 ----- total -------------------------- 51 
Hungarians - on area - 
- off area-      -- Total --------------------------1 01 
Plove - on area 25 
-off area- 1-------- total -------------------------- 26 
Quail - on area - 5 
-off area - 0 --------- total --------------------------   5 
Duck (Teal) - on area - 1 
- off area - 0 --- total---------------------------1 
TOTAL GA,4E BIRD NESTS --------------------------------------- lw" 
Marsh hawk - on area - 4 
-off area - 0 ---- total ------------------------     4 
Crows ------ on area - 4 
- off area - 1 ---- total ------------------------    5 
TOTAL N.TS.---------------------------------------------- 
Acres cruised looking for Upland Plover nests       298 
Acres cruised looking for other Game-bird nests --- 361 -------   659 
Total miles of roadside cruised on area -----------  28 
Total miles of fence-rows cruised on area ----------40 -------     68 
Man-hours spent cruising roadsides on area --------141 
Man-hours spent cruising fencerows on area --------  82 --------  223 
Man-hours spent cruising for plover nests on area - 120 
Man-hours spent cruising for other Game-bird nests- 167 --------  287 
I am inclosing details of plover nesting acreages and other Game-bird 
acreages covered (With details of man-hours of plover cruising). Lyle dug
out 
the details of man-hours used in cruising fence-rows and roadsides. 
Will you let me know of any further information you might obtain concern-

ing plover? Thanks old sock. 
The olde fish-skale, 
 
 

					
				
				
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Department of Agricultural Economics 
Division: Game Management 
College of Agriculture 
316 North Mills Street 
Madison, Wisconsin: 
Dear Mr. Buss: 
I heve your letter of the 13th requesting a 
report on the past season's shootings of the 99, 15 weeks 
old, pheasants released on the preserve in the town of 
Lafayette by members of the Elkhorn Game Club. 
Only two banded birds were sh.ot curing the regu- 
lar Dreserve season, and tose two ,ere shot in the last 
15 days of the season. 
Should you want further information kindly let 
me know. 
Very truly yours, 
William H. Freyt 
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MILWAUKEE PUBLIC MUSEUM 
MILWAUKEE. WISCONSIN 
S. A. BARRETT. DIRECTOR 
March 16, 1939 
Mr. iven 0. Buss 
316 North -'ills Street 
Madison, Wisconsin 
My dear Buss:- 
I trust you will pardon the delay in replying 
to your letter of February 27.   It is quite true I have 
been extremely hampered in my banding And shooting preserve 
report activities this year.  However, I am working every 
evening now and with the help of my wife expect to have the 
reports whipped into fair shape within the next few weeks. 
Will this be soon enough to get into your paper on the 
subject?   Please let me know.   I would be glad to send my 
notes and original rough  outline of the work but I am 
afraid that either you or anyone else would have a tough 
job working them up. 
I think I have obtained some interesting data 
this last year regarding the activities of birds liberated 
from the premises where raised from a chick versus strange 
birds liberated on the same ground, etc.   If the release 
records will be of any use to you, I can send them as they 
are in fair shape, but as for the returns, we have them 
worked up in pencil manuscript and almost ready to type so 
I think I had better finish the job. 
I certainly appreciate your kindness in offering 
to do this work for me and assure you that some time in the 
future I will be glad to accept your kind offer. 
I have moved to 2911 South Wentworth Avenue. 
Most sincerely, 
I. J. Perkins. 
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obbtanAi from Joh  Nornickl uaw   Milford. If th. o2;ewiu~mt saw     prozM
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Mlwaukee, Wis 
Auust 23,1938 
Mr. Irven **BusS, 
Faville rove Wildlife Area , 
Lake Mills, Wisconsin, 
My dear Mr. Buss, 
I am planhing on liberating about 25 pheasants, 12 
weeks old next Sunday Au6ust 28thA938-            - 
I want to band and weigh them Saturday afternoon or 
evening. So that everything will be done and in perfect readiness 
by Sunday when the warden arrives to witness the liberation. 
If you think It not worth while to come yourself to 
help band and weigh such a small lotplease send about 500 bands and 
the scales to me at once to the foilowing address, OoonomowocWis. 
R.FD.#4 Box 230, Wa. Perkins. 
When you answer this letter address it to me at the 
Public Museua,818 W. Wisconsin Ave. Milwaukee, Wis.,4s I want your 
reply at the earliestpossible dAteas to if you prefer to send the 
material or cone personally to help with the banding etc. This will 
enable me to call some ofay friends in the city by phone to assist *e* 
Yours sincerely, 
o1 T   kns 
2911 So. Wentworth AvE. 
IJP/EP                                           Milwaukee, Wis. 
 
 

					
				
				
H. W. MACKENZIE.DIRECTOR             0 F  W                    ERNEST SWIFT.-DEPUTY
DIRECTOR 
FORESTS 6 PARKS--C. L. HARRINGTON                               GAME MANAGEMENT-.
F. GRIMMER 
CO-OPERATIVE FORESTRY--F. 0. WILSON                             LAW ENFORCEMENT.--ARNEY
DIVINE 
FOREST PROTECTION-.E. J. VANDERWALL                             FINANCE--C.
A. BONTLY 
FISHERIES PROPAGATION--S. O. WEBSTER                            CLERICAL-oMISB
LYDIA STUMPF 
.IOLOGY--DR. EOW. SCHNEBERGER  fO Sfl   VITI(l   D   Tm rT     PUBLIC RLAYIO...DWARD
N. HEIN 
CONTRACT & COMMERCIAL FISHING  con$Wnflon      DEPlfhiini       RECREATIONAL
PUBLICITY 
ROBERT A. GRAY                                                  J, J. H.
N. ALEXANDER 
EXPERIMENTAL GAME AND FUR FARM 
POYNETTE 
FILE REFERENCEI 
3Management 
Mr. Aldo Leopold                                     Bird Banding 
1532 University Avenue 
Madison, Wisconsin 
Dear Mr. Leopold: 
I have a memorandum from Mr. Fred R. Zimmerman 
requesting that we send you 500 pheasant bands, and 
I am sendinF you these bands under separate cover 
numbering 14-801C to 45300C, inclusive. 
We would appreciate it very much if you would 
forward a detailed banding report to us. 
FOR THE DIRECTOR 
W. F. Grimmer 
Supt. of Game Management 
H. B. Kellogg 
State Exp. Game & Fur Farm 
HBK: DRF 
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William H. 7reytoa 
Elkhorn, Wisconsin 
Age of birds 
Date of release 
Band No.     Fex       Pt. of release       Band No.     Sex         Ft.
of release 
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illism H. Freytag 
Elkhorn, Wisconsin 
Age of birds       s       . 
Date of release__________ 
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WILLIAM H. FREYTAG 
: istrirt Attornet 
M alwor Tounty 
ELKHORN. WISCONSIN 
September 24, 1938 
Mr. Irven 0. Buss, Assistant 
Faville Grove Wildlife Area 
Lske Mills, Wisconsin 
Dear Mr. Buss: 
I have yours of the 20th together with the banding 
report enclosed. 
The letters "V" and "" and the name "Price"
indicate 
the one who released the birds. OR" stands for rooster, and 
UHO stands for lien. 
Those where the sex is not indicated were too young 
for one to be able to determine. 
Enclosed herewith, please find the report. 
Yours very truly 
WHF:cd                      William H. Freytag 
 
 

					
				
				
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INSURANCE AGENCY 
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FORESTS S PARKI--C. L. HARRINGTON                      GAME MANAGEMENT..W.
F. GRIMMER 
CO.OPCRATIVE FORESTRYFr. Q0. WILSON                     LAW ENFORCEMENT..BARNEY
DEVINE 
FOREST PROTECTION-K. J. VA1DERWALL                     FINANCE-.C. A. BONTLY

FISHERIES PROPAGATION--B. 0. WEBSTER                    CLERICAL--MISS LYDIA
STUMPF 
.IOLOGY-oR. ROW. SCHNERER P   CSDfl n    I   TPLIC RELATIONSE  AR  N.  IN

CQNTNACT & COMMERCIAL FISHING  % E RVI1Ro I  W          RECREATIONAL
PUBLICITY 
ROBERT A. GRAY                                          J. N. N. ALEXANDER

EXPERIMENTAL GAME AND FUR FARM 
POYNETTE 
August 12, 1938            FILE REFERENCE 
Management 
Bird Banding 
Mr. Irven C. Buss 
Faville Grove Wildlife Area 
Lake Mills, Wisconsin 
Dear Mr. Buss: 
I have your letter of August 11, together with 
your banding report. I certainly want to thank you 
very much for submitting this report to me, as I find 
it very complete and most interesting. There is a 
wealth of material within this report, and I am very 
thankful for it. 
Regarding the two pheasant bands that you require 
information on, they are as follows: 
No. 5539. Hen pheasant shot by Mr. I. J. Perkins 
was shipped to Mr. Art Brown of Darien, Walworth 
County, on August 4, 1930 from the game farm at Fish 
Creek. 
No. 36435B was a Ringneck hen shipped to H. F. 
Gehler, Waterloo, on September 7, 1937. 
If we can be of any assistance to you in the 
future, please do not hesitate to call on us. 
FOR THE DIRECTOR 
W. F. Grimmer 
Supt. of GameMa     ent 
B. Kellogg Jr. Manage 
State Exp. Game & Fur Farm 
HBK: ,DRF 
 
 

					
				
				
Faville Grove   ildlife Area 
Lake 1411s, Yiiscnn 
August 11, 1938 
Nre H, B, Kellogg, Jr, Manager 
State       a  e & Fur Farm 
Poyette, isonsin 
,.*sr  Xr Kelloggs 
I am inclosirg e report of pheasant bending operations on southern 
isooncin shooting presetrvs as conducted by the University for the past 
season. All band-recoveries to dote are also included in this report 
except those which have come in since toiletion of the report*  hse 
bends are listed below, The bands recovered or returned to me by presurve

co-operators are being sent you under separate cover. 
Not all of the bands reported as being recovered are being sent 
you ns many of them were lost before they reached me. Ho-ever, the report

is accurate and R1 bands reported as recovered can be relied upon. These

band numbers aro recorded under the records headod; "Band Returns 
Bands reco-vered from preserves number 60 and 89 are being sent in 
separate boxes labeled on the outside of the box. The third box contains

bands from a nuulber of loceftions, but each lot or each band is labeled

to aid you in tracing the band sh uld you so desire to ascertain its 
banding history. ,ost (or all) of the bands ere given in the rgport; so 
Ibelieve -this w7ill be um-necessary, 
th i1e bands recovered since completion of report area 
No's. 2029, 28412-B, 37677-B, 44438-B, banded ant released at 
Faville Urove Area by Irven 0* Buss during ieceuber and Janrary 
of 1937 & 1938 (See banding records for this area). All of these 
bIands have been recovered from dead birds on the area -tated. The 
hens were killed by haying oprations during nesting season and the 
rocks we -e either predator kills or failure to survive during the 
late wnter and early spring. 
No ,21293-B, 21296-B, 21327-B, banded on August 22, 1967 by Lake 
ils Sportsmen. o. 21293 - hen shot and crippled during hunting 
season; died, found by farmer, band burned in on July 16, 1938. No. 
21296 - cook shot 1/2 mile from point of release by hunter during 
first part of 1937 hunting  eason. No. 21327 - hen found dead on 
nest of 16 eggs on July 20, 1938 by 'r. Ham of Lake Mlls, 
No. 2757 and 44406-B banded and held for breeders by John Hornickie, 
preserve number 60.  D'ied during July, 1958, I personally collected 
these bands. 
No. 38472-  cook pheaswnt banded and released April 19, 1938 on preserve

60. Found de,d by Alvin Funk, (farmer) In corn field while he was plowing

for -orn this spring, 1No predation noted, Mst have died soon after 
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Page No. 2                    .BKellogg                   August 11, 1938

I am also sending two beads that I aqould like any information that 
you night have concerning themn 
No, 5538  Hen ph easant, shot by 4. J. Perkins, 1808 RukAvenue 
hint, Milwaokee, Wisonsin on the north edge of his 
shooting pres-rve (No, 69) near Lake Golden ina Voaksha 
county, January 10, 1938, (Cea you tell me wo banded 
this bird, Yh*ro it was released, and any dates concerning 
its release?), 
No, ?*435-BHe phasant, found dead in corn field by Walter Lange, 
R, onsin during corn planting time, 1938, Found 
at extreme north edge of Dote          (   this a bird band- 
ed ad released by the Waterloo Sports en's Croup, and can 
you give me any more history concerning its release?) 
If there a'e any questions concerning this repot# please feel free to 
call on m  for clarifis-tion or correction. I f-e   the rport is accurate

and covers a1 bands obtained from you up to August, 1938. 
Very sincerely, 
Irveu 0# Buss 
Game Managoment Deparmnt 
 
 

					
				
				
july- 26, 1939, 
. . m. mer,        't. of 0ame, 
6.newtio    Department, 
Atace is my report on the Pesn         avalStuy. In prseting 
these praliminaxy fidns I vmaat to thank the Deatet for their help in funp

ishing tras, baud, eqipment and the seryloess of arold Shine. 
I think these findigs are so iwport*at that another year's stu4y is 
ned before pblihing. 
One of the   stion u     rlyi   per srvival of imtur..re atifial 
and stored wilds ts their weght behavior immediately after relese. 
Ws get weight* on nely released artifieWs* I need to sheot a few 
birds be    o I cauat trp at that season. latarally shooing will      ofined

to thao identified., b  eolored tands, to be now releases. 
Can y   either assi   us a officer to do this shootin, or 4iv asa 
permit tol do  l "IIwat t takea totlof 15at il, anMilford.        ll

wndrtaks to get the neessar permiseon of ladwers an pro"s. 
alarmtie~ad  arhos r~r~be ourse woul be for 
r4*sool at 7avili, Grve. We wou     then &ttmpt to kill all of these
if Vmsi- 
hi,, for the purpose of recordin weigt behavior after relOW. * These could

best be of several ages. 
Your* Sincerely, 
Aldoee o4A 
Protestor of GaeMnas~ 
 
 

					
				
				
Faville Grove Wildlife Area 
Lake Mills,  isconsin 
July 26, 1938 
Mr. H. . Kellogg, Jr., Manager 
State 1Fxp Ge & Fur Farm 
Poynette, Wisconsin 
Dear 'r, Kelloggs 
This is to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 
July 22, and the 1500 pheasant bands sent under separate cover. 
Thank you for your promptenss in sending the bands, 
A complete banding report will be sent you of all 
bands. used as soon after banding operations are finished as is 
possible. A banding report of bands used during the seeson of 
1937 - 38 will also be forwarded soon. le also have about 900 
returns on bands of last season which will be sent you at the 
same time, 
Very sincerelys 
Irven o. Buss 
Game Menagement De artment 
 
 

					
				
				
STATE OF WISCONSIN 
FILE REFERENCE:        CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT 
Management           EXPERIMENTAL GAME AND FUR FARM 
Bird Banding                     PYET 
POYNETTE 
July 22, 1939 
Mr. Irving Busse 
Lake Mille 
Wi scons in 
Dear Mr. Busse: 
Mr. Grimmer has requested that we forward you 
1500 pheasant bands. 
Our band supply is very low at the present 
time, but we anticipate that we will have a new 
supply in very shortly. However, I am sending you 
under separate cover 500 bands numbering 645oIB to 
65000B, inclusive, so that you may receive them by 
Monday. We will send you the additional 1000 as 
soon as we receive our new bands. 
If possible, we would appreciate a banding 
report from you so that we may have these records 
for our files. 
FOR THE DIRECTOR 
W. F. Grimmer 
Supt. of Game Management  ,/. 
H. B. Kellogg Jr., Manager 
State Exp. Game & Fur Farm 
HBK: DRF 
 
 

					
				
				
STATE OF WISCONSIN 
FILE REFERENCE:       CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT 
Management           EXPERIENTAL GAME AND FUR FARM 
Bird Banding 
POYNETTE             July 29, 1939 
Mr. Irven O. Buss 
Faville Grove Wildlife Area 
Lake Mills, Wisconsin 
Dear Mr. Buss: 
I have your letter of July 26, and I wish to 
advise you that our new supply of bands has arrived. 
I am sending you under separate cover another 
1000 bands numbering 1C to 10000, inclusive. 
FOR THE DIRECTOR 
W. F. Grimmer 
Supt. of Game Management 
H. B. Kellogg Jr., Manager 
State Exp. Game & Fur Farm 
HBK: DRl 
 
 

					
				
				
, ,  , Bloom, Secretary 
'aukesha Cox-ty onervation Association 
422 East College Avenue 
ukesha, visconsin 
Di. r "r. Bloom. 
r.     i. Shurts suggested that I either c ntact you or write you 
conerning the recovery of pheasant bands from the birds you are releasing

in aukesha County this season. I vas very interested and glad to know 
that yoi are liberating such a large number of birds, 
e have been c nducting a pheasant study for two years based on the 
recovery of bands traced from their origin to the date and place of recovery,

:r. Shurts is one of our beat co-oper tors ad has contributed mch valuable

information to our study. He informed me that there may be difficulty in

recovering a large per cent of the bands from the birds you release. Needless

to say, without their recovery, bpnds are quite worthless, 
I believo a large r ,er cent of these bands can be recovered if we can 
let our hunters k ow there is a definite desire to get them, a   that no
one 
is ever prosecuted for returning them, even if it is from a hen pheaei  
  t 
on public shooting ground. You can help clarify the hunter's thinking con-

cerrin btnds in your region immensely if you will emphasize this fact to
all 
of your sporting group members during a meeting just prior to the hunting

soeson# Will you kindly explain this problem to your group this fIll? I 
assure you your assistene will be appreciated. 
There is a second problem that you can also help me with.  I am writing 
paper on the Upland Plover and am very anxious to complete a distribution
map 
of this bird for Wisconsin, 'Aill you kindly have the members ef your group

indicate n the inclosed map a-y records of plover they might have seen in

your region? A small dot at the location where birds were seen, immditely

followed by the year in which they vere seen, will suffice,  I am interested
in 
records of any year. 
If y u or they have any other infornrtion pertaining to plover, s ch as 
nests found or seen, numbers of birds tdwring any year, migration d~tes,
et,., 
-ill you jot them dovn on the bask side of the map? Thank you for your 
help in these matters. 
Very sincerely, 
Irven 0, Buss 
Game iMagment Department 
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i.~ille  rove Wildfe A.-m 
Lake Mlls, Wis.asi 
Oa  M gengot 10, 1938 
Mr. R. . Frea 
Bli, wismM i 
Z am sd       yo ud     sate cver a rpot 
onou pheasant bandin  operations I outhr Wio 
you for Ivo coperao ini obtanthi s Informaion. 
It you intend to release birds this fall and w4U 
W~in *.opeate, will ym kindl got in toc with us so that 
Wo a" forsard y   the necessar beads? 
If we a   be ot furthe asmtan, o y    , pleas 
feel fro* to cl fo    or hlp. 
Yours sincerel,, 
Zro 0, *0 
 
 

					
				
				
?a~U*Grove Wldlife Area 
Dear Ur. liabakra 
Inclosed ar the shooting retiim  from your p.)s2wr* 
Thank yoery =h for yu     cooeation ina obtaining ts Infor 
Toars uincerey. 
IKm. 0. h.m 
 
 

					
				
				
mtile Gove WldUe A 
Lake Mlle, W1iaousi 
Qaa.o                                  o aeaaet DI-Aul"  Angalst 10,
1939 
Mr. A. B. C.aak 
Dep.r Mr. Chasaki 
I am sfmta6   m unde searte cover a report on 
our pthaan banding operations *utu~ Wisconsin. 
honlos.4. Pr the shooting wotwrns fro your preserve. Thaak 
you foryour copr       tionIn obtainng this informat1oa. 
If ymitn      to rlease birds this fall and will 
again coopeate, will yau kincly got 1in totzeh with us so that 
w oui forward yon the neessary band4s? 
If we oan be of further assistae to y, pleas* 
feel free to oali for our    p. 
Your* sinoe-el 
enel                 Ire 0, las 
 
 

					
				
				
Wa~i~*Gro've Wildlife Aa 
p) ~ ~ ~ ~   ~   ~   ~   ~   ~  11,1s Wisconsin~ * o~~Wscnluf~ h 
G-,re anpamet Di-siona 
Lovejoly tse Bubilding ~   ~stAn    .p~bw 
Un'or sea to1i o I am sendinbyareporth ofr~ 
you will releAse, 1-inelly let me know so o 5c can furnimh the 
necessary bands. 
Very' sineioly, 
 
 

					
				
				
1?ville Grove Wildlif e Area 
L,-ks Mills, Wisconsin 
ivi   s Iion                                            . ,&u  10, 1935

Harris & Cran Pox"s 
illiams 3q', Wisusiu 
Dear Mr. Bilingst 
Under sep.arfteo oovr I am s4Liu1iw a rert of 
phoasant bauin , operations In southern Wisconziu for the 
'Past Season. 
'i( r arjioun to bwtd rorn ha~it this fall, 
especially thoae to be released in August and September. 
If you are iliug to coopera-te by Wa4ing the 
birds you will releaso, kiel lot ma know soon so I can 
ftruish then u.sas= bands. 
VTy sincerely, 
Vh                     Iren 0. Buss 
 
 

					
				
				
Maifr.son Tisoin 
D~e 1f 
Th10r 01  re c,   I as.       R~r     Of 
-A ~rdn       oortlio~ns ill southern Wtooonusin  U, o1 
*:! s-rfo ,xxlo:Lz to band more phoaats tk*s fall, 
cupecial1, those 4t-L b!) releas6d in Mx4 st ruid Saltmbr~o. 
Ifyou are will)ing to cooperate by banli±g the 
birda you iill reLease, kzidy let a. lnow; bcoan -o I can 
furnish tlo( neofosary bawls,. 
Very sinoer~ly, 
Tryo 0. Buse 
 
 

					
				
				
L, ue MID. 131,5i 
Dawa Mr-tZ~h 
1iheut bai~~ pug   ot Lz        ?u  Wea'''aisi~n f,,-r 'Lhe 
,;a  x. anziaus to bala uo)r. p sa  thi~s fall1, 
.upeo±&1Jly tao-sq to be r.eeasqd. in Au?iut a-n4 Se--.toribor

If you are w1ilig to oooperate- by btiilkn th~e 
birds you will1 r~4  e  k.idly let ma cio so(n 7,  I, 
furnish th. eosa     bainds. 
Very uincerely, 
Irvm, 0. Buse 
 
 

					
				
				
Dntivisieon                                   Agus 10, 1938 
Mr, D. R. Jones 
Pamyr 
WL~isonsin 
Dnar Mr. Jonest 
Under se~r4    covr I am sedn      report of 
phsaant bi-dn   ooorations in southrn Wisonsin :or th 
We are anxious to band more pha  ts thiis fall# 
espoialy tnos  tobe released ina Ast and 8erptember, 
If you are willing to o   praeby baw        het~ 
bird4s you will releas,, kindly lt.t me %ow soon, so Ica 
furnis~h the uewesary bads. 
Very aiicere. , 
hrvea (I. Blss 
 
 

					
				
				
4.24 Unvesity 7awx Plaeo 
*eMnget Divis                                        A&'st 10O, 1938

Mr. Mwwar Hinterber, Secretary 
Frenh Road Ehng Clu 
Watertown, Wisconsin 
Desar Mr. Rintwbwpg 
I an sening you & eop of orpors         eoto      h 
pheasat suxvival study'. A consierable part of this work, as youL 
probably know, was done on the Milford shting prsere through the 
cooperati~on ad help of Mr. Hornioe, sad others. Mr. Horni..e, has 
agin been helping use this year by allowing us, to meaue the gowth 
of his pheasants. 
He tells mo that this year you intend to make only late 
releases. I ta, of coure, se* the reason for thi becase the 
progress repot shows that on~e gets better survival. It woud be a 
conseiderable help to our research work. howeve, if you oou rlease 
a part of you  pheasats early so that we could wgin get a comarison 
between the early ad late method by n.oting which rates the better 
per cent duing the shooting season. If you ean see your wa clear to 
modify your plas to this .atenti, we would appreciate it greatly, 
althouA I realise that it Is entirely an acomodation to us. 
Thank you in an ease for your help. 
Tur sincerely, 
Aldo Isepold 
vh                                Professor of Gae Masgemnt 
 
 

					
				
				
Same to Clarence A. Hart, Racine 
424 University Parm Place 
Divieon of Gae       emenAugust 10, 1938 
Dr. C. B. Cain 
Evansville 
Wisoonsin 
Dear Dr. aint 
Under separate cover I am esn*u  a report of 
pheasant banding operations in southern Wlionsin for the 
past season. 
Last fall we forwarded 100 pheasant bnd   (smbere 
3T01-37900) to you for banding pheasaS on yonr prese    . 
Not having received any bending records or shooting rern, 
I assum yo did not get to uee thee bands. 
All of the bands we send out are funished us by the 
Conservation Dpartment, who hold us responsible for the. I 
wold therefore appreciate your returning the above bands to us, 
so that we can make our annual report to the Coneservation 
Departuent. 
Sincerely pyor*. 
Aido Leopold 
Vh                              Professor of Game Management 
 
 

					
				
				
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oer Dr. tairt 
t~i 0~Under sopattut cover aml sdna rep~bo tof h 
phesan banin oe ra ti*on In~ oto uiso for tbthe a 
pat ses n 
last fal we frmxder100 phasntansembr 
I ert eymuhnthvn rfeeve Yor baa~  rcod 
 
 

					
				
				
OsmAgus 10 1939!~~o 
Mr  Olwrew, A. Hart 
1106 Jones Avm 
2s*ino, Wisonsin. 
We~r selparats over I am sendin a report of pheaat 
bnmain  wiprations inat*r Wsconuin for the past *sn. 
!.et fall we forwarded 100 pearm  baas (mbe's 
39101-39200) to' you for badn phoaaats on yv     presore. 
rN,,rt very wioh not having reo ivo. ycfttr bai reoords or 
shootng retrs. 
All of the band we sen out are furnished us by the 
Conservation~ Deatet who hold us rosponsible for the.     Wi1ll 
you kindly return the above bands to us, so that re ca msk our 
aamv~4 report to the Consrvation Deprtet?  Thn you. 
Yours sincerely 
Aldo Lepold 
Th                      Professor of Q~e Uxmgnt 
 
 

					
				
				
Faville Grove Vildlife Area 
Lake Alls, Wisconsin 
August 3, 1938 
r. E. B. Shurts 
55 W. Colloge Avenue 
Waukesha, Wiconein 
Jear Mdr. 'Shurtegi 
Your phone call requesting pheasant bands has been re- 
ferred to !. Thank you for your interest and oo-operation. 
If I understood your request accurately, you now have 
40 bands left from last season, and you have a total of 600 pheasants 
to release this season, of which 100 are to be released very soon, 
We are very anxious to gept returns from shooting preserves 
releasing pheasants early in the season, By early I moan pheasants 
released in advance of the sh oting season as contrasted with pheas- 
ants released "under the guns" or a fe, days in advance of actual

shooting. 
Under separate cover, I am sending you 260 pheasant bands. 
nunmbers 1C through 260C. 
I am inclosing a sample she-t to show what kind of records 
1W would like to ret from pheasants released. Much information that 
we obtained last season could not be sed due to inadequat ness and 
inromleteness. 
If you need help in banding or releasing y ur birds, 
please febl free to call on us for assistece. 
Very sinoerely, 
Irven O, Buss 
Game Management D partuwnt 
 
 

					
				
				
545 W. College Avenue 
Waukesha, Wisconsin 
August 8, 1938 
Mr. Irven O. Buss 
Faville Grove Wildlife Area 
Lake Mills, Wisonsin 
Dear Sir: 
We enclose report on release of pheasants on 
shooting preserve #64 as of July 30th, 1938 and 
also release of August 7th, 1938. 
Additional releases will be made during the next 
three or four weeks, and the information will be 
forwarded to you accordingly. 
Yours truly, 
EBShurts 
GG 
Eno. 
 
 

					
				
				
Preserve No. . 
Wautkesha 
Date of release           9 
Age of birds   7-7 
Band No.    Sex     Pt. of release      Band No.  Sex     Ft. of release

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Preserve No.      64                                  _ 
Waukesha           i 
Date of Release,      /J, 
4. of birds    - 
Bad No.     8ex     Pt. of Release           Band No.   Sex       10t. of
Release 
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Iaville Grove Vildlife Are! 
Lake ills, Wisconsin 
July 26, 1938 
r. , H ans 
National -and & Tag Co. 
720-726 ( rhard Street 
Neort, Kentucky 
Dear r, IHaasa 
This will acknowledge recei t of your letter dated July 22, 
and the colored theaant bands sent under seaparate cover w:ith the 
sample bands. Thank you for your proaptness and courtesy. 
I believe wo can order and select exactly wvmt we want for 
imrking our pheasants from the samples and literature you have so 
kindly sent us, 
Ye have found that your number 10U5 wing-clips are very 
satisfac ory for marking pheasant chicks from one day old to maturity. 
-e also find the number 7 colored celluloid bands with large black 
numb rs .re exeollant for individually recording and marking pheasants 
or mature else. 
As yet We can not tell what success we will have by using 
your No. 7 Iconomy Trapnest Band or your No. 82 Mster Seal Leg Band, 
but we are satisfied that they are very superior to some othrr leg b nds

for mrking birds on pri-vte preserves, 
Very sincerely, 
Irven 0. Buss 
Galie Anagement Department 
 
 

					
				
				
"ATIONAL 
BAND  TAG CO. 
I-. Irven 0. Buss                                       720-22-24-26 ORCHARD
STREET 
paville Grove Wildlife Area                             NEWPORT, KENTUCKY

Lke Mills                                                        U. S. A.

'fi scons in 
July 22, 1938 
Dear Sir: 
This will acknowledge receipt of your order dated July 20, which 
was shipped promptly via insured parcel post. Same will be in- 
voiced in accordance with your instructions. 
Herewith, we are enclosing sample of our No. 7 Economy Trapnest 
Band and our No. 82 1haster Seal Leg Band listed in our catalog 
on pages 2 and 3 respectively.    The No. 7 Economy Trapnest band 
sample is in the regular No. 7 pheasant size and should be found 
suitable for t hs variety. However, we do not regularly stock 
the No. 82 aster Seal band in the pheasant size, consequently 
are unable to send you a samle of same. Enulosed sample No. 82 
Waster Seal band is in the No. 9 Mediterranaan breed size. In 
our opinion the No. 82 band would not be satisfactory in the suall 
size (No. 7) for pheasants. Although if you wish to try sone of 
them out we will gladly nuke you up a few saxples special.      It 
has been our experience tw the No. 82 band is very dificult to 
seal in any size saller than "o. 9, consequently, we have never 
recommended it for these snaller varieties. As mentioned would 
be glad to make up a fen sanpled if you wish to try them out. 
Thanking you for past favors and awaiting the opportunity to be 
of further service to you, we remain 
Yours very truly, 
NP\IIAL ATMIAT!  TAG COANY 
EJH:HS 
cFP\/ICF THAT           AIF 
 
 

					
				
				
I 
AT TONAL 
j3AND #o TAG CO. 
Mr. irven 0. Buss, Asst. in Game Management           720-22-24-26 ORCHARD
STREET 
Faville Grove Wildlife Area                           NEWPORT, KENTUCKY 
Lake MillsS 
Wisconsin 
June 29, 1938 
Dear Sir: 
This will acknowledge receipt of your kind letter dated June 27 
and for which please accept our thanks. 
I am unable to give you any definite assurance as to the usability 
of our No. 1005 tag for wing banding chick pheasants from day old 
to nine months. I can say, however, that we have sold substantial 
quantities of these bands for that identical purpose and on many 
occasions the customers placed repeat orders, w hich would indicate 
satisfaction. However, whether or not these bands are suitable 
for the purpose you have in mind is a point you must decide. I, 
personally, have never had any actual experience in wing banding 
day old pheasants. In fact, I don't believe I have ever seen 
anything but a fully grown pheasant and consequently I would be a 
poor judge indeed as to whether or not the No. 1005 tag could be 
applied on a day old pheasant chick. 
As a means of identifying these birds from day old until fully 
grown, I believe you would find  he No. 1005 tag entirely satis- 
factory but at the time the birdAliberated on the shooting pre- 
serves, as a precautionary measure, I believe, it would further 
be advisable to identify each one with a leg band in the proper 
size suitable for fully matured birds. Duplicate numbers could 
be supplied so that each bird would be wearing the saw number on 
the wing tag and on the leg band. 
Our size 31-6 (7/16" diameter) is largely used for pheasants and 
you undoubtedly would find it very satisfactory for leg banding 
the fully matured birds before liberation. 
If you desire us to forward shipment of these bands, please advise 
the exact manner in which you want them numbered and stamped, where- 
upon, we will give your order our immediate attention. Undoubtedly, 
you will want some special initials or lettering stamped on these 
tags in addition to the serial number. There is sufficient space 
SFPVICF THAT SATISFIES 
 
 

					
				
				
Mr. Irven 0. Buss - page 2 
on the No. 1005 tag to imprint possibly five or six small letter 
characters in addition to the serial number. On the leg bands 
there is sufficient space to imprint a sizable insignia in 
addition to the serial number of the band. 
For your immediate reference, we are enclosing herewith another 
sample of our No. 1005 tag also a sample of the size No. 31-6 
leg band. Kindly let us hear from you in the matter, by return 
mail, respecting the serial numbering and stamping so that we 
can give your order our best attention. 
Yours very truly, 
NATI     BAND & TAG COMPANY 
EJH:HS                              E,    Haas 
 
 

					
				
				
Favlle Grove Wildlife Area 
Lake Mills* Wisoonsin 
July 21, 1938 
Mr. C, B, Habeoker 
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 
Dear Mr, Rabeoker, 
Thank you for your letter of July 16, and your willingness to 
ooperate in the pheasant banding study, 
I amsendig 6 b     to y   under separate cover, numbers 
I am also sending you a form for recording the sex, age, 
tim  of release and banding nuber of your pheasants. We are very 
anxious to get shooting returns from pheasants released during the 
months of July, August and September. At a later date, I will send 
you a form for recording the kills on your 8h oting preserve 
If at any tins in the future we csn help you in banding 
your pheasants, please feel free to call on us, and we will send some 
one dowi to your place to assist you. 
Very sincerely. 
Irven 0. Buss 
Game Manageent DeTartment 
 
 

					
				
				
HABECKER-DERRICK 
Funeral Directors                                      Am-1 L s   A cznce
Service 
and 
FLOOR COVERINGS 
Phoe 94-V - 94-R 
Lake Geneva, Wis. 
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Faville Grove Wildlife Area 
Lake Mills, Wisconuin 
July 21, 1938 
Mr, WiAlliam H. Preytag 
Elkhorn, Wisconsin 
Pear Mr. Freytags 
Thank you for your letter of July 19. I asure youwe 
aneciate your willingness to co-operate in the pheiisaxzt banding 
study.,0 
Tinder separate cover I am sendin  y-u    bands for your 
pheasants, numbers            through4Jd 
I am inlosing a form 1or recording the age, sex, dote of 
release and band number of the birds liberated, If all the birds are 
liberated at the name plac, merely indicate this under the caption 
headed, "Pt, of release" with one note instead of recording for
each 
bird or for each rroup of birds. 
We are vry anxious to go  shooting returns from pheasants 
released during the months of July, August and  eptmbr,    If 
time we can be of help to you in bending your birds, please feel free 
to call on ,a and we will send some o   down to assist you. 
Very sincerely, 
Irven 0* Buss 
Came Management Department 
 
 

					
				
				
WILLIAM H. FREYTAG 
Stistrirt Attarne g 
ELKHORN. WISCONSIN 
July 19, 1938 
Mr. Irven 0. Buss 
Faville Grove Wildlife Area 
Lake Mills, Wisconsin 
Dear Sir: 
I believe you wrote me about a year ago about tagging 
young pheasants we-were about to release in order to study their 
wanderings. If that is true we are about to release about 300 
young birds this week and if you mnt them tagged, kindly send 
the tags by return mail. 
Yours truly 
 
 

					
				
				
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PHESANT KLL~ RECORDS     1937 
-*e  seaate sheet forco       and gizzard weights 
S*cie         Sex     Weight     Conditio    Spur  beg       Pry      Date
     hoWer 
1        Yale    628 1V10    Ave.                                1095   
    o      IP-I 
2    Female   479 gr.     fh in                              l0o/ /s    DogGP-

4        Cook    1186.7 gy,   Ave.   09 mm.             Round    10/23/8
 Shot Lon&i    as 
5Cock        1370.0 F.Hay10 mm.                     Rou , d  10/23/9    
     " 
6   Cok      1430.7.?   Heavy  13 mm.             Pointed 10/23/8     ' 
7        Cock    1444.6 gy    Heay  10 mmi.            Round    l0/2VPM Shot-W.Snkie
Ml. 
B*      Cook    1490.5 g* Heavy      11 mm.   11 mm.    Round   10/26/3 
 Shot G.P,0 Edge 
9*  Cock     1220.5   , gr  Cipn  7 mm.    11 mm.   Round    10/26/3  Shot-lIZ.F&V,
ode 
10        Cook    1516.5 gr    H eavy  11 mmn.  11 mm.   Round    10/26/4
  Shot-Crawfih C. 
11     Cook     1.371.7 gr  Heavy   12 mm.   11mm      Round    10/6/   Sh
ot -Mi d. G ,.-E 
12        Cok    1280.   gr   Heavy  13 mm.    11 mm.   Round    10/26/3
 Shot-Mid ,P.-Bas 
13*       Cock    1121.9   i.  Plump   5 mm,    11 MM.   Pointed 10/27/3
  Shot-PR.,ovmln 
14*    Cook     1496.4 g]   Feavy    9m.     11 m.     Pointed 10/2V/4  Shot-Smal1
Tr~g 
15        Cook    1170.9 gr    Ave.    5 m.     11 mm.    Inc.    10/29/9
  Shot-Wied-ick' Fa. 
16* Coc  138.9gr.Ave-        11 mm.    11 M.     ROUND   10129/9   Shot-G.P.
Eas   C. 
17        Eo',,2i-             Med,     ---      9 mm.   Round    1012915
  Car-f101 
18   Cock       408.0 gy  Heavy   15 mmn.  11 mm.    Round   10/*/9    Shot-Diedriek'
Fa. 
19*      Cock   1475.3 gr   H eavy   9 mm.   11 mm.    Round    10/49/12
Shot-G.P.,Nl. 
20*       Cook.   1540,5 gr    HEVY   16 mm.    11 -TM.  Round    10/30/2
 Shot-G,?. S.E. 
2*       Cok     15.      i.Md       5min.     11 mm    Round.   10/31/2
 Shot-B.. ,iyn 
22*    c    1349.0 g     Ave.   8 mm.    11 mmn.  Pointed 10/31/2   Sh ot-BE..
C inor I 
23*    Cok     12F 8,5 F   Si nml  71 MM,    10.,5 U-pi devel 10/30/PM,-
Shot-N.E. I rie 
24*      Cook    85.4 gi  Sm1l     7 mm.    10 mm.   'Undevel1 /5/10   Sht-.-L
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25*    Cok     1469.8  i  Heavy  14 mm,.   11 mm,.   Round   11/s/11   Sht-N..
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26* Coo    135.5gi     Ave.   1  mm.     10 rr    Round    11V5/11  Sht-N.Fa
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28*   Cock    12, 9 4  ,A. ve,   11M.      11  ,~n   Round   11/15/3   Dog-
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29*   Hen      70.9 gy   live.   ---       11       Ron. i 0u d  12/21/2
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Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SPECIN RECORD 
Species:     Pheas t 
Sex:         Fe ale                      Age:   About 10  eek   1 
3ands, feather-marks, toe-punches:       No e 
Collected by: Arthur. S,..  wkIds, Lake illa,  isoousi 
n'am e                       -" dres 
Ski prpa8  y:.......n....e............................ 
Examined by:- I~ r v  .I   "E 
Skin pr-arect by: 
a.m.                a.m.  .,.. 
Dlate:iO/9I/SY- -.m,      P..        ..           , ...   m   /7.6:00 p.m.

killed              found            received        examined 
Pcecollected: Jeffer ao, Lake lil s,    .1  E. T,8.  ,,    S ke .% rsh) 
Place coleced 
county        'nearest to y.'     exact lo~ation 
general surrounding habitat 
Im weedy sectioa of. msh                .     .   . 
...........s ,-ecific condtions-at collection site 
Specimen    ead     ; alive x    sick     ; healthy- .     entire     ; partial
_ 
fresh       ; decmposea       captive      ; wild x 
Cause of death:     Ch.       .kl.       .    .      *   - 
If eolleeted-while- still alive, did the. specimen olhibt any. naticoable
weakness 
before collecting? ?  o      How? 
Laboratoy oxamnation: 
Weight: . 7 .0      grams.     Fat _average                    maciat ed

How was sex determined?    1                 t 
How was ae determined?    -1 l ge    tr trri t   a     phyi. .   e elo e
t 
Colors: 
.  plumage or. alag pa.- hase  dditio8 
-. iris        bill . ......... tarsus . ..   feet  _  _  _,_     _ 
'-Moult:'. None ..   . partial ....    o mplete ...  head-       nock   
&. 
* br ast        back     .    remiges .      cavorts      retricea __ 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length                Hind foot 
Wing                     _  ulmen 
Tail            ....  ....  Spur 
Tar sUS                    Ear..... 
Autopsy Routin6. 
External parasitc8 ___...._        trachea 
.  es   __ _ ....__   _....             __lung s -,____ 
Sinuses                            heart 
Mouth                              livor 
Gullet                             spl o en 
Cro'                               kidneys 
Proventriculus  ..... .___ _, _- _  p  creas  _ 
Gizzard                            gonads 
Duodenum                           internal parasites 
,         ~~Caeca                  ...      .. 
Large  intestine  __._ __...   .._._ 
Findings: 
Crop contenxts: "r1 
Gizzard or stomach: (Dry  i                 r   1    r     r     2i 
Inmlia   lIow, S l~aies thuw, S fulse buoh4 heat, 2 lesser ragwveed,   S

Parts proseorvod:                None 
Parts sent to pathologist:      eNoe. 
Pathologist'   n-.me:  "__      _     _   _     _"_           _
  _ 
Pathologists, report.-  _ _ _...._       __....                     . 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin.  o . 
SPECI..N O..D 
Species: _Hua4e Partridge     (Fromf nest numberW 70L Tnr 1938 -0-t-) 
Sex        Female                       Age:    Unknown 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:          None 
Collected by: Lyle Sowls. Lake Mills, Wsconsi fIft Punzel Miled bird accidentally)

name                          address 
Examined by:    Lyle $owls 
Skin prepared by:    (None) 
a.m.               Ma..    -          a-.M. 
Date: 7/8/ 8    p.m.               p.m.                P.M. 7/8/3       p.m.

killed              found .         received         examined 
Place collected- Jefferson. Lke Mills, R.)lS 3, T.7 N, 8. 3 (Max P      
   farm) 
county          nearest town     . exct location 
Open, rolling fields, medium-sized oak hickory wood-lot 
general surrounding 'labitt 
Hay field 
specific conditions at collection site 
Specimen: doaT      ; alive    ; sick      ; healthy     ; entire      ;
partial x; 
fresh  x    ; decomposed      : captive ,      wild.  X 
Cause of death:    Killed by mower on nest. 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before collecting? ..._.. How?..      ... 
Laboratory oxanination: . 
Weight:   3j,       grams.     Fat     -    average          emaciate 
(Head missi.ng) 
How was sex determined?.     Wing         .         . t 
How was Aga determinod? 
Colors:.. .   . 
plumage or' plago phase-oddities 
iri~s ____bill _____tarsus _____foet _______ 
Moult: None     X     partial        complete        head       nook 
breast        back         remiges    -    coverts      rotrices 
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Measuroments: Total length.                       Hind foot 
77ing ___________Culmon___________ 
Tail,               .   ........  Spur' 
Tar~us  B_________                ar_____________ 
Autopsy Routine: 
External pDirasitns ________trachoc                 ________ 
Eyes _____________lungs_______ 
Sinusos                                   heart 
Mouth                                     l iver 
Gullet                                    sploen 
Cro    Dry weight,- 2.1 grams             kidneys 
Provcntriculus___________pcra                     _______ 
Gizzard    Dry wight - 3.5 gr s.          gonads 
Duodenum                                  internal parasites 
Cacca              ..             . 
Large Intestine 
Findings: 
Peas ---------------) 4          Trace 
Crop contents:                        Barley- .       .--------------48)
--13 grams 
.rasshopper -----------) ---- Trace 
rash ----------- 
Gizzard or stomach:                    Peas        ----(2            - Trace

P olygonum scandens -(1) 
Grit----------------       ---- 2.1 grams 
Tras h---------------    ---- 0.1 grams 
Parts preserved: None                      (Mostly barley pieces) 
Parts sent to pathologist:        None 
Patholcgist's name: ._        _    _   _ _....... 
Pathologist's  report:      _   .._*_...         ..._ _ _ _ __ _ _  ....
.   _ _ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
Species:    U     P lo- er, 
Sex:                                    Ag:    8 y. 
Bnds, feather-marks, toe-punches:         o         . 
Collected by:     Ir e   0. 3uss, Lke Mills,    isc             . 
Examined by:      Ire   0,u 
Skin  prepared  by:., .__  . .. .........._...... .. .............__.......__

a.m.               a.m.                a.m. 
Date: / 3 -     '      G/c/-l      ".     .. ...       .  m.C//8-730
    p.m. 
killed              found            received          examined 
Place collected:     j    rso   La e    is   R.1    , T. 8 Y. e.        
       r~ss 
county          aearest tow         exact location    *.. a   4 car r ) 
aOnLr-graws      re. -A1  I        d a  E  sia,  uts a  . 
general surrounding habitt 
ightly r ise    a otia  of' eatry gr .sa  *sture. 
specific conditions 
	
				
iieasuromonts.,  Total length  216 ~Hind Loot  __________ 
nizg  ___________   U-lmcn   l~ 
Tai 1il           Spur. _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ 
Tarsus           -E__ _ __ _ _ _ _ ar-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Autopsyr Routi.ne: 
External Darasit-is  _ ________trachea  _______ 
Eyos  __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ lungs _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Sinuses  _______________heart  ________ 
Mo t  _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _   liver _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Gullet   Kspleen________ 
__  __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ _ _   I kidnoyrs _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Provontriculus  ______________  acreals _______ 
Gizzard  _______________gonadIs ________ 
Duxodexnum  _____________  ntornWa  oarasites__ 
I lCum ______________________________ 
Caoca __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Large, intestine____ _______ 
Findingfs:  a   e  u    ira Ce ,  0-7 J  h~k 
Crop conqtents:______________________________ 
Gizgard or stomach: 
.Farts p~roserved:____________________________ 
Parts  sent  to  pathologist: ___________ ____________ 
P.athologist's n.-.me:  _________________________ 
Pat'hologtstt s report: __________________________ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No, 
Skin No.- 
SPEC lIY   REORDf 
Species:          t 
Sex:           le                       Age:       .   C 
Noxe 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches! 
Collected by:    Arthur S. H   Cji               F Till Groe 
na e e                       address 
Examined by:    L74  S  s, e i ,      icat:,i 
Skin  p repar ed  by : . . ....   .... .... ..............................
..._ _ 
a.m.               a.m.                a.m.             a.m. 
Date:  j.   a8x    py              P -M. ]/!7,~l:O 
killed              found            received        examined 
Place collected: Je'   r,    . k, 'lla. R.14 2. 8.30. T.8 N. (ilorf o   
eow's 30- 
county          nearest town        exact location   acre hayfiel) 
Sv~  tlover      1 i  '.. ,whieho et. . < e.. ubt i *  w S.itiled 
general surrounding habitat 
Sweet cl oer. t~l    1 deuse.  1<    ok  ro e bor1 ring fiel? oim 
...... ....... . specific conditione at collection1 site  c~sL. 
Specimen: dead    x; alive"; sick ..         healthy .x; entire    
   ; partial 
fresh    ; decomposed            captive       wild   x 
Cause of death:   Struck, by .ov eT yile cutti. h&y    Flew  bout 25'
fro    est 
.fter bei.g trckby  ocr.       Cycle hit   it's he 
If collected while still alive,. did the. Epcimon. exhibit any noticeable
weakness 
before    llecting?          How?                               .   .   
. 
Laboratony examination: 
ITOight:    7.      grams. ..Fat _      __   average ____     emaciated 
How was sex determined?     D set o     &d        e ohacterit'e 
How was age determined? 
Color : 
plumage or peagp phas-odditios       . 
iris      .   bill            t , sus      .... fot    : 
Moult-i None    x.    partial ..o..p.ote.            head    -   neck 
breast        back         remiges         covorts       rotrices 
Foather wcar 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length    5CA   .     Hind foot 
Wing  20  X,                Culmen   31  a 
Tail    38                 Spur 
Tarsus  E    .             ar 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasit os .... ....     _trachea 
.2y es                             lungs____    _____ 
Sinuses .  ........... ..... . .___ heart     - 
Mouth ................... ....liver:____________ 
Gull ot ___sploen. 
Crop _       ___kidneys 
Proventriculus _     _    _    _   pancreas 
Gizzard  o__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _  ona d s ________ 
Duodenum ...._                     internal parasites __ 
Large  intestin'b  _____. ...__________ 
Findings: 
Crop contents:______________________________ 
S7.4 r~i 
Gizzard or stomach: r-7                        eul~9~r        ,Gi      .

ro  0,, 
Parts  preserved: _____________________                   _______ 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologists e: _Is_ 
Path loeist' report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skriih No. 
SPECIMEN RECORD.       ..                . 
Species:     ~   quail 
Sex:           Male            .     .   Age,    "Old" Bird 
3ands, feather-marks, toe-punches: Aluminum band 410030 on left leg, orange

color band oz righ Ieg.. 
Collected by: Lyle Sowls, Lake Mills, Wisco-sin 
name                          address 
Examined by:   lqle &vWls 
Sk~in prepared by:    (None) 
7a8e.           "  .   .....4.. p .m .     a..    71m ,        p.m.

Dae           /75845                             m. 7//8 ..p~m.., 
killed       .      foun&           received.       examined 
Place collected:    Jefferson, L1ke MilJ,-Rl$ B, T.7 N, S.1 (On highway G,
S. of 
county          nea3 est town       exact location   Hickey's) 
Edge of prairi, sand upland. (open fields,. boggy pasture, smsall 
goneral surrounzli in  habitat     stream) 
* County hiftway (G), -wth good cover 'on each side of raod. 
sprcific conditions at collection site 
Specimen: dead   X ; alive _      sick     ; healthy      ; entire x   ;
partial __ 
fresh    _; decomposed          cta-pive    ; wild. ,X 
Cause of doath: .    truok by oar 
If coll~ected while still alive, did the specime xib ~Tit any~ noticeable
weiakness 
before elleoting?            How?                                  - 
Lab oratory oxmnain 
,Voight: 192.3                 Patmu         average ____      macibatod

How was sex dQ'terinod? .....      characterist.ics. 
How was age ditormined~?   Band4ing~ reo0rd 
pluageor peago phaso-odaiti.ce 
iroo ill'             tarsus           feet 
Moult: None     x.    par .al    -    complete       head    -    nock  
  * 
braut     -  backt         remige8    -     overts -    ?6tricos 
-Foathor wear____________________ 
 
 

					
				
				
11casu.rorents; Total length 285iim.     Hind foot _________ 
Wing  113  =u.              Culmon   15 WRI. 
Autopsyr Eoutine: 
External parasito-s _________trcache         _______ 
-      inusos7  h__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _  o~art.  - 
Gul. ct  __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _  _   loon  _ _ _ _  _ _ _ 
*     Proventriculus ____________Incireas _____ 
Gizzard _ _  _ __ _ _  _ __ _  _     gona -,s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Du~odenm_____________ intnrnal pnarasitos__ 
Caoca __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
lox.ge intestine  _________ 
Findines:   Celluloid colored band (oranke) was aboe. kne 
Red corni ----- (1  4   Trace 
Crop contents: (Dry wt.  1.0 grams) Whkeat ------- (B) 
Po1lfgonum scan. (1:5) 
-               1Ilex verticil.. 6r)  -- 
Giz~ard or stomach:  Dyw.       .  rm 
flrnz !ep..---: 5  -a---Trc 
Partx verovod                       0p U.S 
Parts sent to pathologiset:         P. sOcanens      48~(.) 
Pathologist's  nrv mo; _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _  _ _ _ _ _ 
Fathblogist's  roport:  _________________________ 
 
 

					
				
				
.Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
*      :SPECIMIE ....      ... 
Species:   !mg     m artridge  (iFrom net    mber 5, .for 1938 nests) 
Sex:       Female                       Age,    Unkmom 
Bands, -eather-marks, %to-punches: -None 
Collected by: Lyle Sowls and Arthur 8,. Iddas., Lak     11.1  Winnnii, 
name                          address 
Examined by:   Lyle 8owls. 
Skin prepared by:    (None) 
a.m .         -                       . a. .            FIJI 
Date:      38 ...    6/28/38-1:00 p.m.                p m. r/28/38-8:00 p.m.

killed              found   -..... received.        examined 
Place collected: Jefferson, LkeMille. R.14.3, 7.7 N, Sl* (Ed Streic   farm)

county         nearest town        exact location 
-Opon-fields~, good fence-rows on both aides of field 
general. sur   .iing habitat 
-ffy-field a~djoi~nn bar le.ield on one.side, oorn field on other. 
specific conditions at collection site 
Specimen: dead X; alive        ; sick     ; healthy   x;  entire      ; pa
rtial x 
fresh X     ; decomposed        captive     ;wild    x 
Cause of death: Hit by mower,.fi. r -st ti e moi'~ hit her' 9hewas Probably
rol ed under 
the ayole; the seos  time she was struok, she had her legs mowed off; 
she flew to a third site,      'was  caught and killed witho t further 
suffering. 
If collected while st ill al ive, did"the S'c''mein exhibi"any
noticeable weakness 
before collecirg4        ow? See above. 
Laboratory oaninati on: 
Woight:      _      grams.     Fat          average     .    emaciated 
How was sexdermined?     Wing      .op.rt6 
Htow was ago deitermine.d?_______________________ 
Colors:, 
plunae 6r p61aeo phase-oddities 
iris         bill                              cot.... ..  tar w s .......
............._foot 
Moult: Non: .          par.tial   " .ompitot    -   head        neck

breast       back          remiges        cx.. orts -    otrices- 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length        _     Hind foot 
Wing                       Culmon 
Tail                      Spur 
Tarsus                    Ear 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasite-s  ,   _trachea 
__    __ __ _ __e_  _ ___S_      lungs  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Sinus8os  _ _ _ _  _ _ _  _ _  _   heart  _ _ _ _ _ _ 
_____ ____ _____ ____ ____ liver  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Gultspleen ________ 
Crop ___idnreys 
Proventriculus_                   p nres 
Gizzard_         __  __ __ _   gona(a_ ___s_    _ 
Duodenum                          internal -oarasites 
Oaeca  ___, ___ ___ ._.... ..__ __ _  -__ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ 
L- :rge  intostino  _______. ___, __..... 
.... .to                        beetles  ----------  (1 ---  Trace 
Grshoppers -----  --  4   ~   1 
Crop contents: (Dry wt   1.6 gran  RYO kernels ---------   4    - 
L av  Me l  -- - - -- - -   2  ---- ao 
izzard or stch:                    e-oTr leaves, about -30 ---- 
P. scandes-                      I am 
-" "        Gri  -- - - -- - - -- - --" (x ) - - 9  grams

Parts presorved:                   T     ---------------        ---- 1.4
 gr 
"(Mostly (ndAY,                       er leaves  insect remains) 
Parts sent to pathologist:        Lesser raged seeds ------  3) ---- Trace

Pathologist's no: _   _    _   _    _   _    _     _   _   _    _ 
Pathologistts report:   None 
 
 

					
				
				
DUCK KILL RECORD - 1937 
Lake Mills, Wis. 
Specimen     Sex      Weight    Length    Spd.    Wing      Middle     Length
  Width     where 
Number                                             folded   Toe       f bill
  of bill    Killed 
1-10/10   Bal            732 gr.    19"                            
       C" rawfish 
2-10/12 Pint ii          841 gr.     22 3/8   34k"      10Z-" 
 2 3/8"     2 1/8" '   "      rairie 
3-10/12 Scau ,L.         614.5 gr  12                                  "
           7/8"    rawfish 
41  /13 Mall rd d'       103.3 gr    2-Z"     33"       11"
                         15/16"   ock L. 
5-10/17 Mtdn  rd (?)     2 2# 4oz.   20"      35"       1"
      2 "       1 7/8"     "      ay City 
44                    3yCt 
6-10/17 Pint il     d    886.3 gr    2 "      34"      10"
     2-"       2"        13/16" 3ay City 
7-10/24 Shov ler         508.8 gr   19.5"     3("       9"
     2 1/8"      U" 1k"           rawfish 
8-10/24 Pint il    9     685.8 gr    20 "     3 2"      9i.I  
  2 3/8"    1 15/1    '"      rawish 
9-10/30 Mall  rd         709.6      2Fr "    37 7/8  2ll"     
 2"        2 3/8'    15/16" vud Lake 
10-11/3   "Ruldy"         779.6 ,r    16"      25-" 
    7j"       i"      1t"       13/16" 3ay City 
11-11/3 G.W.T al         312.9 gr    14"      23"       61-"
    Ir"       1 3/8   "           yC 
2,                           3a  y  City 
12-11/4   Soau,. LY       877.6 gr    17*"     28" 7"    
       2 5/8"    1 "       7/8"     ay City 
13-11/7   Sea  ,G.        935.5 gr    18 5/8   31"       8"   
    4"       1"        1"      romahawk 
14-11/7   Ring eck  '     825.2 gr    17*"     27"      7j"
     21"       2 13/16   14/16 
15-11/7   H.Me ganser d  762.5 gr    18"     26 1"      7"
     2 3/8"    1 9/1      "" 
16-11/7   H.Me ganser P   761.4 gr    18k"     25c"      7?"
     2 "       1 9/1 
17-11/    e.M  ganser P  632.6 gr    17,"    244" 7'"    
      2"        /" 3/8" 
 
 

					
				
				
rec imen'No__ 
Skin No. 
Speoies:     h hs  t 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:      ?o e 
name                           address 
Examined by:    Ir e   0. Bus 
Skin prepared by: 
a.m. M. .                                              a.m. 
Date: 10 724 f7- p.m.                .m. 
'killed             found.           received .       exmined 
Place. collected: OzIukee, .............         ........ (Tow  o.f Belgjim)

county          nearest town        exact location 
_g..   1. .rounding habtt 
specific conditions at collection site 
Specimen: dead        alive     ; sick      ;healthy        entire      
 partial 
fresh       , decomposed         captivo   -   wild    x 
Cause of death-        hot 
If Coll~ected while stil 1-1ali've, da tho -specimen" dthlbit  9n -noticoable
weWkness 
before collecting?     No     How? 
Laboratory exaination: 
Weight: 10,1        Frams.      Fat   X      average           emaciated

H ow ;as sex determined?     Plu   e oh  ct r_ 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
..............p~u~iag     o -of lego phas'o-Odditios 
iris _        bill"--          tarsus  :_"      foot   ""_"

Moult:  Non  ...  ... partial        cplt .            head   " neck
"_,. 
b'rast    -   back .emig           .       coverts       retrices   "

Thatbor icar     s  ~ir        ti~l 
 
 

					
				
				
Measuroments:  Total  length ..... .........  Hind  foot 
Wing  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Ciilmou _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ 
Tail 1 __________      Spur 
Tar  s _rs--us __ __........              ! 
Autopsy Routino: 
Ext ornal  parasitoDs  t____" _" __  trachea  ________ 
Sinuses                      hear___________ ot 
M o u t h     .......... .. ...................l i v e r   _ _ _ __.....
....._ 
Gullet                       spleen___________ 
Cro__                        kidnoys 
Proventriculus  _____________  nc rea s______ 
Gizzard_      _ __ __ __ _  gonadls  ______ 
Duodenum                     internal Darasitos 
.Ileum  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _   _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
..  rge   intestino  .... ...e__... .... _ 
Findingsi 
Crop  contents:        .   .. 
Gizzard  or  sto ach :  (i ry i ght -   ..... ..... ....... ........... g;
a  r: 
2.. l ~ies thu~b, holly  eeds, trash J!.4   s 
Parts poresorved:____________________________ 
Parts  sent  to  pathologist:  __ ..............__ __ __....__ __ __ 
Pathologist's  na-,o: __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Pathologist's  re-port: __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
- Skin Ne._____ 
Species:     he     t 
Sex:         ale                         Age. .   ko. 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:         Noae    ,. 
Collected by: CIr e    .                        ou  . 
naM e                      2.address 
Examine d by:   I     0.U- 
Skin  prepared  by :   " __ .. ..___ "__ ...... ____..... ..................
...... 
a m.8,30.          a.m.                a.in. 
killed       .      found            received        examined 
Place collected:     Jeforso    Lke    ills,  *    , T.7  ,  .20 . o do 
  rsh) 
county         -nearont tow7n      exact l~ocation 
Specimen. dea..     alive'      sick       healt  ire                  partial...........
.............. 
fres       dreomose           c~qative       wl 
Cause  oft  weath,           .        ... . . . ........ . 
If oollected while still alive., did. the s.pocimen .ej.it. any noticcable"
eaI-ness 
before collecting      o     How? 
Laboratory oxamination, 
Weight:   118 .7    grams.     F'at _   ___average            emaciated.

How was sex deotermine d?   FID.  o' Cr   r 1 ,t i E 
How was age determined?             ,, 
Colori: ...... 
plumage or- .polago phasQ-dditios 
iris ...bill                  . tarsus.        f    Cot.._______ ___, _ ._

Mau it  lenoe   ._  _ partial          o omplete    hea     -. noc.k    
- 
bre ast       back .......  remiges        covorts   -   retrices - 
Feather wear         ,Fir   pri ry rou.            . 
 
 

					
				
				
Moasuroonts:  Total length  _____________  Hin&  foot  __________________

wing                    Culmon  __________ 
Tail  ....1_ ______ _ ....  Spur  9 
Tarsus  E__ _ _ __ _ _   ar'  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Akutop(sy Eoatino: 
External parasitas  _ ________trachea  _______ 
Sinuses  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __hoart  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
M outh   .......l....ive.r..                : 
Gullot                        spleen____________  _________ 
Crop  __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ idneys  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Proventriculus  ____ _______pancreas  ______ 
Gizzard_       __ __ __  _  Zo-na(Is _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
.odenum    .internal iarasitos 
Cacea.                      ,, 
.inding7s:. 
Crop contents:     t 
Gisz2ard or stomach- (DCw ~t- 0 ~rs;:i    .8 Ra;t    h17r 
(ioCorru 1 p z:u- 1c  rt~) 
Parts pres.rved:  Ko.. 
Parts  sent to pathologist:    ..... 
P a th o lo g is t's  n m ei :  ........_........_....._...._............._
_...... 
Pathologist's  report!  _________________________ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
Species;      ph     t 
Sax: ,          le                       Age:   UkoV. 
Bads, feather-marks, tobe-punches:          Ce . 
Collected by:   Ir e .0.! Bus   L ke Illsio               . 
name                           address 
Rxamined"b:     Irbey ,0.  U. 
Skin prepared by: 
a.m, 9Q0           a.m.                a.:m.;  : 
Da.m                               ,.m. p.m.l/2                         
p 7-in00P . 
killed              found            received        . examined 
Place collected: Jaerso , L k        ill,    .    , T  .,   . 0 (Close to
29) 
county          nearest town        exact location 
general surrounding habitat 
C0uh  of i oI %e4 Al'ers i  ope    fiel 
specific con.F.- 50 t'' -t 6ol'ection site 
Specimen: dead ..     alive    "  sick     ;healthy 'C ; entire    
   ; partial 
fresh       ; decomrposed .      captive      ; wild   x 
Cause  of  death _  .. __o __... . .. ........ ................. .... ........
. 
If collected while -sti-ll alive, did. the specimen eibit any noticoable
wealuess 
before collecting?   No       How? 
Laboratory oxamination: 
Weight: 1 70.0     ,grams.      Fat     '    average          emaciated 
How was sex dotormined?        Plu   e oh r .torit c         issectio 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
.    .........plumage-r-pelago phas oddit'ios 
iris -        bill  -_....   ... tarsus .       oe    "___" ___
_-_- 
Moult   None .....    partial .       complote      . hoad       neck _ 
  __ 
breast      - back-        remiges         covorts-.     retrices 
Feather war     First pri   y1ry rond 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length ....Hind foot 
Wing _ulmen 
Tail  _  _ _Spur__i0__._.....1 
Ta r su s  ''.                 F ar   .......    ..  ... .. ..... . 
Autopsy Routine:      . 
External pasr&sits                     trachea 
:y 0s  _ _ _ _ _ _ _  _ _  _ _  _  __  lungs  _ _ _ _  _ _  _ 
Sinuses oheart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gllet                                  sple on 
Cro'o_                                 kidneys 
Provdntriculus ___________pa.ncroa~s _____ 
Gizzard _o___s 
Duodenum                                internal parasitos 
-Ileum  .... 
Caeca 
large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contonts:       ty 
Gizzard or stomach: (Dry we~ht - 7.2  a       ); Trsh plus 2 g1,05L-ch4rry
hul 
1.4 graan; grit b.E gr   s;            *5po~u   ,p  u3 6 rosa See 
Parts preserved:      Noe 
Parts sent to pathologist:          N  0 
Pathologist's  nano:           .... ..    .   .. .......   .  ... 
Pathologist' s roport. ____ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin ITo. 
SPECI1 N RECORD 
Species:       Phe   rt 
Sex:            oo                       Age:    fl ovil 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:           one 
Collected by: Ahur S. M       i s, L  e ill.,     s 
...... . .. . . . . mr e  .. . . . .. ... . . ...... .. . ... . .  d r e
s    ,. 
Examined by: . Ire   O   Eu                     .. 
Skin prepared by,                                            : 
a.m. 8:00          a.m.                a.m.            _n= 
Dat.el   1  7-  p             .... ....   ...  .... .7. 
killed              found            received          examined 
Place collected:     Jeffer o , Lono, 1.1$ E, T,71, '. 20       Lo"o
  rsh) 
county     ..   neaxest tovQn  .  exact loc .a t io0.n 
general surrounding habitat 
Thick willows      t 11  rs    , 
............          .speof.c. ct,      .,on  at cq. 1< ion site 
Specimen: dead     .; alive   x.; sick        h . eal  by   ; etire     
; partial 
fresh       ; decoipose& .    ;  captive      ; wil 
Cause of death: 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before collectin       ,   " How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight: 1 $0.7      grams.       a F   _   _  average ......   offaciatod-

How was sex determined?            e c r The 
How was age determined?............ 
plumage or pe],ago phaso~oddi~tios 
'C l r ,. . ..  .   . .. .......................... ............  : '.....

iris          bill             tarsus f___ot       ,. 
Moult: None       x   partial          complete       head    -   nck 
breast        back          remiges         coverts       retrices 
Feather wear        Frit pri  r    oe    t pol utes 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length                      Hind foot 
Wing__                          Culmen 
Tail . .    ...... .            Spur           . 
Tarsus _    __                  Ear 
Autopsy Routine. 
Ext era  paras i t es                   trachea 
Eyes  .    ... ........                 lungs 
Sinuses                       .....  ..... hoart  . ..... 
Mouth  __,                              liver  ...... 
Gullet                                  spleen   ..... 
.orop.                                  kidneys   ,._,_. 
Proventr I culus ..... pancreas 
Gizzard __                              gonads 
,!iodenum                               internal parasites 
I leum  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Oaeca  __ _ _ _  _ _ _ _ _ _  _ _ _ _ _ _  _ _ _ _ _ _  _ _  _ _ 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents:    Birr {i~em away ad crop iot ret raed.>, 
Gizzard or stomach:    iiri sires avay a    gizzerd rot returned. 
Parts preserved: .... 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's nmo_: 
PathologFist's repoi-t:_ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SPECI1IZN RECORD 
Species:       heat 
Sex:           al                         Age:          ko 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:              e 
Collected, by:    r  k    1i looL        i~l' 1   c  81J 
name                           address 
Examined by:      Ir    Qa Bus. 
Sknprepared by:   Sp .c      o  t    yJ       oe>,L        WI 
--a M.              a.m                   . .am 
Date: i0//.7 p.M ,                   p.m.                P.m.l0/2s/'7-  
  p.m. 
killed            "   nd              reeived.         examined 
Place collected:     JeEr~~k             i,.      ,       W          Ws 
  fS     e   rh 
-ounty         nearest town .    . exact location 
pen fiels a     ,ee  y   rsh.. 
general   &rr6onZing habitat 
Wee  y  i iel....................... ...... 
sp3ecific conditions at collection site 
Specimen: dead,        alive   .   sick      ; healthy x    ; entire    
 ; partial 
fresh       ; decomposed        ; caoptive-   ; "wild 
Cause of death:          hot 
If collected while stili alive, did the specimen exhibit arny noticeable
weakness 
before 'collecting'' oT       How? 
Laboratory oxaminatien:                 - 
Woi, ht:   g44r6 rams.           Fat   .X average .        ...emacat-od 
How was sex-determined?     .lu .e char 't .ristica.        . 
How  was  age  determined?         ...... .. ...... ............ 
Colors:....................... 
plumage or pelago phaso-oddi ties 
iris          bill             tarsus            foot 
Moult: None      x     partial         complete    -   head        nock 
breast        back          remiges         coverts       rotrices 
Feather wear     First uri'iary rourd 
 
 

					
				
				
Measuroments:  Total  length  ..... _....  Hind foot 
Wing  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Culmen _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ 
Tal i                            10 
Tarsus      Z. ar          ________      _____ 
Autopsy Fo1Xtine: 
Evernal   parasits              trac......   a hea ...... 
T_    __ _ __ __ _ __ __  _   lungs _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Sinuses                       hcar t__ 
Mouth                          liver'*____..... __"__ 
Gu~llet                        sploon{________ 
Cro..  __i__oys                                .. 
Pr.ventriculus ....xncroas ............ 
Gizzard                       L7_____________  gona d-s ________ 
Duodenum  ______________internal Darasitos__ 
Caeca  ... .. .... 
L.rgp intestineo 
Findings: 
Crop contontsty 
Gizzard or stmach:    i     t       c 
Parts prosorvod:                                          ..., ci  It  o
 I T  o . 
Parts sent to patholog   i s t.:_ _ _ 
Pathologist's  name: __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Pathologist's8  report:  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Scin No. 
SPECIMEN REORDf 
Species:     Pheast 
Sex: _      _  leAge:                          Umkox 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:             e 
Collected by:    Art    .S, H   i s, Lake  ill, Csoi 
.     .name                                      address 
Exdined by:      l 
Skin prepared by:                    .... 
R. M.               a.m~. 
Date: C0/2e _7- p.m, m:o- - .      .m. 
killed    .         found           received         examined 
Place collected:   IT      or L   o U   s, *lg    T,,      , 2  (South ede
(f GooIe 
county          neart ..           exact lcation 
general surroundinr habitat 
1.I  ".r~ S    willows 
.  seclfic conintion at- ceel''cti on site 
Specimen: ftba      ;  ti2ve .. ;sick .      healthy- X  entire     ; partial

fresh       ; decomlosed             ....captive  " wild X 
Ca-so.of death     ,,.~ 
If. eollacted-while. stllJ alive. d.id. thQ p.Qcirq1 .)xhibit a y ;qt~ccabl
weakne5ss 
before collecting?   o      How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Woight: 142o,       grams.     Fht _    __ avera e           emaciated 
How was sex determined?   rl10   e c  r ctr    s 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
.........plumge. or polgo phwscr-Odli tios 
Iris .......bill,             tarsus           f.'oet______- 
Moult:. N     o  ...... partial      comp.te .      head       no _ck _____

breast        bac    .   . e    ....       coverts      retrices.__ 
Feathor wor      First priary reU 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length .    64  .        Hind foot 
Wing                          Culmen 
Tail ______              __Spur      1 
Tarsus      .1               Ear. __II__. 
Autopsy Routine: ....                               . 
External parasites                    t -rachoa __-,_       . 
Eyes                       .lungs _______ 
Sinus os                             heart 
Mouth                                 liver 
Gullot                                sploe  __..... 
Crop                               _  idneys 
Provbnft iculus ......... ___......_ .pancr :as 
Giz zard                             gonads 
Duodenum ___                          intornal oarasitos 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents:    t                    irt 
O.7 gra~s; 60kreso'cr          .9 grai; .grnoe  seeds & ad h4ls 
22.2  r . 
Gizzard or stomach: (et wert IZ. brs, ry       eit 8;1 grv    );  r sh 
~2..? grsns; 80 Cornus sp. 2.5 gr ; .17 Rhus "vrnix 
2, 2  raus;'4 T~e-fisger needs O.7ra       2Poyo        eAsy1' icus, 5 
lesser rsgee  seeds, i  rose sees d.   Lrs. ...      .... 
Parts preserved:   Noe. 
Par ts sent to -oatholof-ist:  Q~ 
Pathologist's na.mo: 
Pathologist s report:.. 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
.. Skin No. 
SPECIMN ..OD 
Species:     Pheat 
Sex:           e get                                ow 
Bsands, feather-marks , toe-punches:              lome 
Collected by:    Frnk Tllotso      L   e  ills,  ioo    i 
name                           dds.......................................

Examined by:     ire     .u 
Skin  prepared  by:  ,_____________    .. .....................____........_

am &V   ~   m.a.m.                     , 
Date: 1/26/ 7    . m. ,0m.                                 .-. 0/26/  ,p
 .. 
.killed       ...    found            received          examined 
Place collected: Jelf'ero      L-k    'l11,  .1  E,   .8 ,  . 6 (83   e 
 r h) 
county          nearest-town-        b  xac' location 
general surrounding habitat 
.specific conditions     t.coe  tion site 
Specime': dead     . alive x" ,"sick     .   healt y      ; entire
     ; partial _ 
fresh       ;decotiioood        ;ca-p tivo     ; ild 
Caue of death:       t                Q;.;                              
          th 
If collected while still alive, did.thespecimen exibit any noticcable weakness

before collecting?            How?    Co   only ru 
+ ....... + + . + + .......................+,...........+.+++....................

Laboratoryr oxarination: 
Woight:   120 5      ra  s.   Fat            average       .... emaciated

How was sex determined?      1        h rt            . 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
-pumg or polago. phaso-~cddi tios 
iris          bill..  .  b-II  . . .s..         feet c -.... 
Moult-.,.one _None     partia...        complte.      head     :        -noc
k _____, 
broast        back         r, pmges         coverts       retrices 
Feather wear                Firs t      r  rou d 
 
 

					
				
				
Measuroments: Total length                Hind foot   ..    ........ 
Wing                 ,      O lion 
Tail   isig                Spur    7 
Tarsus   Ii                Ea ir _____     ______ 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                 trachea 
y os  ...... . ..  .lungs 
'Sinuses  __ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ ___     _ _ __ _ _ _ 
Mouth  . . .  . ..                 live?  ___.... . ...._r 
Guillet               'spleen                j' 
Croo ..    .  .    .  .            kidneys. 
Provontriculus                     pancreas          .... 
*Gizzard.                           gonar'________ 
fluodenum                          internal parasites 
Caeca  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _   _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
.Lrge intestine  ..._          _ 
Findings:    Bit                                   o 
Crop contents:   tt3a- 
vai~S        ee    ota...£1£~ockf~~ .         geu-   cnrr   
  ewoades of 
Part s ,pres'ved   ... N~      -........ 
Parts sent to pathologist."        ox 
Pathologist' s nme: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
* SPECIMN RECORD 
Species,         Pbe  at 
Sex:                e                    Age:     U   o. 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:             . .o 
Collected by:         e  Q. Bus   Lke   Ci Wiioo       I 
name .     ..            .         e s 
Mxamined by:      Tr       .   3   i   '   ' 
Skin prepared by:i ....__"___    ....._,,...... ____...______.......___.....__

Date:l6/5iK p.m.,400 1,.. M          mo/2/7-5;Op.m. 
killed        .     found            received          examined 
Place collected:    Jferso ,     k    .   ,  .14  ,. T,8 T,  . , (Crvfih
Cove) 
county .....r.s          tot,,     exact location 
Opeanin rrebitatire 
. general surrounding hbitet 
lew sosttere  sm    arso   rass0 oa oe  r~ture 
spc     ccl'tosft c-ollocti on site- 
Specimen: dead       ; aliev e     ick .       healthy'.   ; entire     
; partial 
fresh       ; decomp6se'o .       captive     ; wild 
Cause    ea&hi .        hot .of d 
If collected while 8t.ll alive, did. th. specimen exhibit. any noticoable
weakness 
before collecting?     No     How? 
Laborator examination: 
Weight:     F       . ram s .  Fat   x      average          emaciated 
How was sex determined?           1l'  Le oh r  titicz 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
-  .,, ,~'.      ..~pl-umage, or' poLago phasoe dditios 
iris-..      bill....        tarsus   ....... foot _     _" 
Meult   None   x     partial -         comploto     . hb:d       neck 
breast        back._. .   .emiges ...... covor. .,        retrices 
Foather vear      Frst pri   ry roumx 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length H15 u+. (36")  Hind foot 
7Wing     ,_.              Culmon 
Tail               .. ...._Spurll___ _......      ... 
.. Tarsus  2 l               Ear  ... ............. .. ..... _ 
Autopsy Routine: 
Extornal  parasitos ....._"___.__trachea.          .._.__ .__ 
Eyes  _ _  _ _ _ _ _  _ _ _ _ _ _   lungs _ _ _ _ _ _  _ 
Sinuqos __                        hoart 
Mouth                              liver 
Gullet         .__                  spleen____ 
Croo ___                           kidneys   -      . 
Proventriculus __p___r____"_ 
Gizzard                            gonads 
Duodenum                            internal oarasitos 
Ca ceca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contonts: (ry -eit l.g vr, ),       r      pes ....  ,    e 
Gizzard or stomach: Dr we  ht ,6 r    ); rt    15      t   sh l.7  r 
Parts prbsorod: . 
Parts sont to pathologist-   0   . 
Pathologist's  nrm ':  ._.. .. ..._            __.... 
PathologFist  s reporzt:  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _  _ _  _ _ _ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen, No. 
Skin No. 
. S.EI  NRECORD 
Species:              t 
Sex:             le                      Age:    UI  a 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: Jone 
Collected by:   Arthur 'S.        , L ke  ills,  iscou iu 
name                          address 
Examined by- .r~e0. Bu . 
S k i n   p r ep a r e d   b y :  .. ... ... ... . ... . ...... . ... ..
.......... ........... ... 
-  n.   ... .       a m                 a.m.- 
killed              found            received        examined 
Place collected: Jfer     L.     e   l    I.13 E2 T.S .     .   So. th e
 e of  o 
county   .e.r..t tbwlv    h        exact location      io  ) 
Th  rac  w.;r~'             lr      , .   w.o 
general surrounding habitat,. 
TalI grass e  deie  illo s 
'cific conditi-os at 'collecti n site 
Specimen: dead       a ive-. ( Sick k    heaithy" -.,- ,entire    ;
partial 
fresh       ; decom-pbsed"'; captive         ; wild   x 
Cause of death:        ho 
If collected while still alive, did, tb o speocimen. exhibit any aoticoble
wealuzes.s 
before collecting?     No    How? 
Laborator;y examn4ation: 
toigt: 171. 7       grams.     Fat     x     average          emciated 
How was sex determined?          Plu  g    .r cteristies 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
plumage. or pclagophaso-odclitios 
iris ..    .  bill. -      ... tarsus ,  ....... feet'  ......_    _ 
Moult:  Non. x .     partial ______ complete        head'         nok 
breast      .back       .  romiges .covorts.,,          retrices 
Feather woax         I      ri;ery rou   . 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length 7C2       . (50")   Hind foot   .     ......
.. 
Wing  ....                .    Culmen                 ..... 
Tail                           Spur       ? ~ 
Tarsus   1   A. 1i.             ar              ..... 
Autopsy Routine: 
External .parasites ...  ....._trachea ,_,,          _- 
Ees                                  _lungs 
Sinuses                                heart 
M ou th                   .  ... . . ........ liv er  .... .. 
Gullet _     _    _    _   "      _    sploen_ 
Crop      ...._'_                  _   kidnoys 
Proventriculus ___                _    pancreas ,_-. 
Gizzard  .... ..        .     ...       o   s ;ona( 
Duodenum        _-_                    intrnal parasites 
Cacca 
Lorge  intestine  ........        ... 
Findins: 
Crop contents:                                                  r 
oats 0.L  raas; 2 grass hotmers, 1 groux-cherry, and trs  1I 0.8 gLua;.1

Cor~us ap.:,I 1rus V~i 3 lesser rag< weed aa  i5 Uorae->oatjA1 see
aU~ ur gS 
Gizzard or stomach: (Dry wei~ht 7. g  ra); trash 2.0 gra  ; 4 r t% 1.7 gr,
s; 
7 - i7 pe              eeas 1.9 gr  ; 18 cor us a : 0.: gra       1i er i

e~teim  1lesivr ragweei, U ctviceberry, 5 tiiii&  rucra u.5 ga..    "

Parts  preserved :  ,_ _,__ _.....   .  _ ___*_._..... .  .  .    .   _ 
  ._ . 
Parts sent to pathologist;           -_,__ 
Pathologist' s name: 
Pathologist' s report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Sp ecimen No, 
sk1in flo.____ 
SPECI MN RECORD 
Species:     eae   (Cico  s ii.. 
Sex:        Lie                          Age:       .__         _     _.

Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected by:    OrviSle S. Lee, P r   ise, Ut 
name                           adrs 
xained by         r  1e S.................... 
Skin prepare-d by:        l    -ee..... 
a.m.               a.m.                a.m.               a.m. 
Date:            pm.1V13/-93    .pm. -0.           -p.m l/1-196     p.m.

killed              found            received          examined 
Place collected: Jcft' r or, L    e  ills   . I     T. ' 
county   -      nearest to          exact location 
" "        ,ro ty yrd o ,. r .mre.ide~  ....      ied8 surrourmdi~g

general surrounding habita).t 
L t. w 
-specific   oni--on ,-at olcton site 
Specimen: dead X;      l'ive   ;sick       "  healthy'     ; entire
  X  ;partial 
fresh   X   * decompQsed         captive      ;' wild 'X 
Cause  of  death:           .... .... .   . 
If collected while still al.ive., a~ t  hsp qcimiq. exhibit any notice able
weakness 
before collecting?            How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weigt: ?'8,t        grams.      Fat           average          emaciated

How was sex dotormninod? Diction 
How was age dot ermined? ________________________ 
Colors,: 
.  ..   ,~uiageo 7 pola o phaso~-bdaitics 
iris        .bill.             tarsus           foet ____________ 
M!lt. No9ne  .        par  4   ...... .qmplot  ,    head       n ieck .___

br-ast        back .         ,remiges  -    covorts   -   rotrices ___ 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length )91 i,(15 $/8"Hind foot 45  .i ") 
Wi ng  __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Culnon _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Tail 12       /3)Spur__         ___________ 
T a r su s              E ar.... ........... ..  ......... ... ........._
_ 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasit....s          trachea ,_,_     _ 
'Eyes                          lu_________________ ]tngs  _________ 
Sinu ses      .   ....._... .... ..... 
Mouth  l__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ iveor  _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Gulleot  ____________       __.splen _______ 
Cro__ kidneys                            _ 
Provontriculus  ___________pa ,croas_______ 
Gizzard                        jona::s 
Duodenum  ______________internal -Darasites 
Tirgo Into~tino 
Findings: 
Crop contents:_____________________________ 
Gizzard or stomach:  _________________________ 
Parts  .rosorved:  C'iit (,O,  1G) 
Parts sent to pathologist: _ 
Pathologist'                                                 ....mo: 
Pathologist s report:-_________________________ 
 
 

					
				
				
J!                         Specimen No. 
Skin N     o. 
SPECIMEN RECORD 
Species:   ik (ustel     viso  l2tifera) 
Sex:        ale                          Age:    Probably young (?) 
Bands, feather-marks, ,toe-punches: 
Collected by:   Ir e   O, I s, L   e .411s,  isco six 
name          ..           .  address 
* ind'by:       Ir en 0.  uss 
Skin prepared by: . 
ate:       ..... p.m.2//37 5:00.,ma2/t 37 .....             /! / 8 p-m. 
killed     .        found            received         examined 
Place collected: Jefferson, Lake .4lls,     . 1   E, T.7 N,  .1 (Ditch  t
SE. corner 
county .     .nearest---town.      exa. ct location  of Farmer's I, 
.. ...v. ditthwihWter rb i -..     b.t,,bogpasture, oper fields 
general surrounding habitat 
Braoh off     i  ditch (Sprixg), 2" water, in steel trap 
.... ......... .  specific condi-tions at eoll ;ction site 
Specim'en: d'ad . X; alive      ; si    __c-k   healthy ,.   entire     ;
partial 
fresh   X   ; decomposed ..      captive .       wild. 
Cause.of death:. Fou  . e-d.,i    tr  p ,ih. ha - ot beex tte ded for   o
,e ti.. 
i.k wa, frozen ir cake of ice. 
If collected while- still alive.,, did the_ spceTiq4. exhibit any noticoable
weakness 
before ecollecting            How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight:   820,     grams.      Fat           average X        emaciated 
How was sex determined?      Dis ection 
How was age determined?     eSmll              s      1ody;   s  1. I 
Colors:       edil  dark broL 
. ..   e~Or.pelgo phaso-odditios 
bill..           tarus ........     foot '_"_"______,__" 
Moult:. Non.e     .  partial    ..complete           hoad        oneck ._._.__

br .eat    .. back   .      romiges    -     coverts      rotrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Me1asurements:  Total longthG10  H. ind foot  6  m(2  /16" 
Wi ng __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Clmn _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Ta-)il  2104  u(" '711 or  Spur  ____________ 
Autopsy Routlne: 
'Eter'nal 'parasitcs  _ ________trachea  _______ 
__  __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _  lungs _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Sinuses  _______________heart  ________ 
M outh  __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ livor _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Gullet  ________________ spleen  _______ 
Cro-D  __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _   idneys  - 
Prov'entricuzlus............prncreas_______ 
Gizzard                 gona . s_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Duodenum  __________ ____intornal parasites 
La rge. intestine  __________ 
Find.ings: 
Crop  contentsj _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ 
Gizzard or stomnach: 
Parts  preserved: _____________________ _______ 
Parts  sent  to  oatholog ist-  ______________________ 
Pathologistt s  namc ____________________________ 
Path-ologist's  report:  __________________________ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
.Skin No. 
.... SP7CIE  RECORD 
Species:    Quail 
Sex:        Male                         Age:       Old 
Bands, feather-marks., toe-punches:            e 
Collected by:    Arth ,r   k   s, Lake   ls,    isconsixt 
nameadrs 
Examined by':      Irve  0  Buss 
Skin prepared by :          .... 
a m. -m.w-                             a.m.             -  . 
Date i/    7         1//3712 05         .     ........ p.        38-12:15
p.m. 
killed              found            received          examined 
Place collected:     Jeffersor, Lake   ills, R.L E, T.8     , .3.6 Froet
of B.Ber 's 
county .n.ear.t.         u      .....exact  decation  driveway) 
At pr irie-UVLrd *e el-- opne  fields, fir roadside cover 
general surrounding habitat 
........... .... cf  conditions collcion site 
Spe&imen: dead X      alive       'sick   .   healthy -     ; entire
    ; partial _ 
(  arm )....                          ,,  ,     .. 
fresh X     ; decombosed ....; captive        ; wild   X 
Cause of death.    Struck b oar 
"t. i roA.     _r'thur wet to church; there  hen he retured 
If collected while still  alive, 41il -the, speim-en exhibit,.an noticeable
we:ness 
before collecting?            How? _ 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight: 189.2       grams.      Fat           average X        emaciated

How was sex determined?        rk   sop head     ( idisseotioa 
How was age determined?      Outer primy     ell rounded 
Colors: 
......plumage or pcle.go phaso-odditi-: 
iris .bill ............tars., .                foot     - 
.Moult:  None  X      partial       . .compl.ot..     head    ., nbck   
._   - 
brob ast .   back ..    . -.eomiges   .    Covorts      retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length 180 mu.(No tail)Hind foot              ...   .

Wing    117  z-                 Culmen      14 mm. 
Tai I    ri                           ____i___...__Spur 
Tarsus   129"E.         .       Ear 
iddle toe - 130    , Claw - 8        m=. 
Autopsy Routine: 
-  External parasites ....                  trachea 
Sinuses                                  heart 
Mouth                         ......     liver 
Gullet  .     ..._                 _     spleen ........ ... 
Crop __                                   idnoys 
. .  Proventriculus            ..            pancreas 
Gizzard                                  gonads 
Duodenum                                 intornal oarasites 
Ileum 
Caeca 
Large intestine ., 
Findings: 
Crop CG]AQKS: prDty 
Gizzard or stomach:    Ety         - - 
Parts preserved: *None 
Parts sent to pathologist:            ....__ 
Pathologistts   n.mo:   .     .....  _    _,,_      _._,.,_           _,_
   _. 
Pathologistl s report: _       _     _      _..... 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SP ECIYEN RECORD 
Species:--ewi          ad scoter. 
Sex-            le                       Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected by:          ne                             ad..  .ss 
.. . . . . .. . .. .nam e  .. ... . . . ..... .. ...   dar ess 
Examined by:       Irve  0, Buss C.  S 
Skin prepared by:    Irp. O    uB  ,    .. 
a.m.               a.m.                a.m.               a.m. 
Date:            p.m.             -.. -p ;12//3 7     7-... m.  1./26 /-9p
. 
killed              found            received          examined 
Place collected: 
county .narost town                 exact location 
general surrounding habitat 
secif.c condttions -at coilection site 
Specimen: dead       ; alive    ;   c .... healthy-.      ; entire      
; partial _ 
fresh       ; decomposed '      -captive      ; wild 
Cause- .of death .. 
If collected while still alive, did the. specimen. exhibit .any no.ticoablQ
weakness 
before collectingl            How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight:   489.       r ams.     Fat           average          emaciated
  X 
How was sex determined?        Dis ection 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
....... plumage, or  polagophaso-bddi.tiOs 
iris   .....bill     ...........tarsus ...      foot "__- 
.Moult: ..No     X     partial     ..  complete.       head        hneck
-,-_._ 
breast .     . back        . .emiges      .coverts        rotrices 
Feather wcar_ 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length   460  .       Hind foot ...     ... 
Win           240.  C..        men .     5 x 24 i. 
Tail          75   ,        Spur  ......__           _  _ 
Tarsus        45 -a r 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                  trachea _ 
Eyes  ,__                           lungs   .     ... 
Sinuses                           "   a' t  .... 
Youth  "liver                              ........____ 
Gullet  ....._   _ _...  ..._    _  spl on  _ _   _   _ 
Crop                                kidneys __ 
Proventriculus __p ncreas 
G izzard    . ............. .  -onads           .. 
Dodenum     .    ..._________ internal parasites 
Ileum 
Caeca __"__ 
Largo intestine 
Findings: 
Crop   tty 
Gizzard or stomach:  See preserved contents 
Parts presorved!     Skin 
Parts  sent  to  pathologist:  .... _ _ __ _ __ __,_ __....._    _ __, 
Pathologistts namo: 
Pathologist' s  report:  ...... .. . .. .    ...... . 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
Specieu:   Qail 
Sex: .... Femal .:. ..                   Age:   .Prob bly or., ye r (.) 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:          None 
Collected.y:      r  ces -bstro .......si.     scoi 
name                           address 
Examined by:     Irven 0. Buss 
Skin prepared by: 
-a.m.   .......... 
Date:            p. M.1/lli 7        p.M                 0. M.1/11/ 7   
  p.m. 
killed               f found          raceye ....      examined 
Place collected: -jef er.-, LEe ills, R3         E, T.7 N, S.l (Farmr's Iland
N.E.) 
county          nearest town         exact location 
13rush  low  ro-d, hardw:oo  rde,,,  dr im  itch *,.th water 
n                            l . .  nera..sarround.ing habitPt 
-  F6   i   tump  m Sese brush... .              .- 
s ecific conditions at collection site 
Specimen: dead    X  ; alive     ; sick      ; healthy      ; entire    
 ; partial 
fresh Y     ; decom-posed Yes     captivo        wild  X 
Cause of death:      Probably killed by weasel 
If collected while still alive, did the spce es      kibit' ny 'ti'coable
weakness 
before collecting?            How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Woight: I P6.5     grams.     Pat           average           emaciated 
How was sex determined?     Color of Leather   on head 
How was age determined?     Outer primary round (Sho ed some wear) 
Co  " ~       p6umage or elago phas6 -bd it Jib s 
iris                           tarus"_ bif..........  foot 
Moult:   1,o  ______ partial     -     oMplote*     he__Iad'-   nook    
- 
breast        back __-     reminges        coverts       retrice_ 
Feathor wear Prim rie rn     hI Ut ard j   re S  I Ifetathers broke 
off uear base. 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements:- Total length     Tail go e       Hind foot 
Wing      134 mm.               Culmon    16  ,. 
Tail   Go.e                     Spur 
Tarsus   36  *c.                Ear     .  ..   ....._ ... . _ __: 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                       trachea 
Eyes     .one                           lungs_________ 
Sinuses                        .  ......  heart        .     .. . 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gullet  _ _.........                    sploo   .... 
Crop__ kidneys 
Provntriculus _,__                     pancrcas .... 
Gizzard   j(',-_go                           s, 
Duodenum                                internal parasitos 
Ileum 
Caoca  -__                                 _ _  _  _   _  _. 
Large intestine " 
.Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: Bomes sivel to Frances Ea       erstro   for bir  skeleto

Parts sent to pathologist: _ 
Patholi' s nmo:                                       " 
Pathologist's report :    .    _-_,                              __ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
-... .  ..       .Skin                                 N~o. _ _ _ _ _ 
SPECIME' RECORD 
Species:        heas   . 
S ex:            15al                   Age:________________ 
3ands, feather-marks, toe-punches: .       .None 
Collected by:    Irve. 0. B ss& _ArthSr S. Hawkins, Lake !ils, Wisconsin

name                          address , 
Examined by:     Irven 0. Buss 
Skin prepared by:       - 
a.m.              a.m.       .        am. 
Date: 12/21/37- - r.'. 11:30       p.m.              -p,!2/24/37-       p.m.

killed              fbind           recefived       examined 
Place cbllected: Jnnrs'n.o Lake 1 Yi'iL'.'  13 E. T.8 N.' S.36 (E.Central
edge of F. , ) 
county         nearest town        exact -   -Ocation 
Edge of woods bordering oren field of corn stubble 
.general 's'uJrrniniDg habitat 
zrush. trees at "ede of w-6o  - 
specific conditions at collection site 
Specimen: dead      ; alive  X; sick      ; healthy      ; entire     ; partial

fresh       ; decomposed      ; captive     ; wild 
Cause of death:    Killed by DoE (Gus) 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before collecting?  ,Yes   . How  . ..a Could . Qt,.  , p Qb bly.orippled
durig hm-ting 
se son. 
Laboratory oxaminati on:               ......... 
Weight',  1507.1 ....gram.   .F   .........aveorage e__   emaciatod. 
How was sex determined?,- Flua -e.    racteristica..,. 
How was age determined? 
plumage or pelage phaso-odditios 
iris         bill             tarsus          foot 
Moult: None    X      partial        complete       head        nock 
breast       back          remiges        coverts      retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length 16" (Tall      one) Hind foot 
tang I0"                       Colmen     290 
Tail    oe                    S         9 Spur 
Tarsus   77   m,               Ear 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites           "_trachoa 
Eyes     _______________             lungs_________ 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gullet                                  spleen 
Crop                                   kidneys 
Proventriculas __________        ......_... pvncreas 
Gizzard                                 gonads 
uodoenm                                 internal parasites 
Caeca 
Large intestino 
Findin s: 
Crop contents:     6C.7 grays et weipht (All yellow corr) 
GizZard  or  stomach:  ........._.             ...  . ... ..._          
    _ 
Parts preserved:___________________________ 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's nome: 
Pathologist' s report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
........             .... S1-- n  N o . 
,P-CIYEN RECORD 
Species: ...hesa            .t 
Sex:        Felege: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:       None 
Collected by:   Irven O,  urs, Lake Mills,   isconsit 
Examincid by: ' rviei 0. Bu ss 
Skin prepared by:             .    ..      .. 
a.m.                a.mn. 
Date: 12/21/17-2 p~rm.             P. M.,......       ...pm 24/37-4:00 p-m.

killed        ... found              received         examined 
Place collected:   jefersor, Lake    ills, R.13 E, T.     , S.25  i.Y.Sta.2)

county          nearest tIown       exact location 
....... Oe  field of rRageedy .cutdtver. hayfield -bishy fexce-row. 
general surrounding habitat 
Brushy fece-row, very dense and about 20' wide 
-specific- condii-ons -at -oi-leiti ton site 
Specimen: dead    -FaliV.       ; sick ...   h-ha-ty .       entire     ;
partial 
fresh       ; decomposed .     . captive      ; wild  X 
Cause of death:      K illed by do  (Gs) 
If collected while stil altve, &X~d the spci     e~xh:it arny.4oticoable
weakness 
before colleotingl Yes        How?    Could not fly 
Laboratory examination: 
Woight:    970.9    grams.      Fat _   __   average          emaciated 
How was sex determined?    Pl   dge characteristics 
How was age determined? 
Colors:      Light colored legs 
. p  e.~,peago phaso-odditios 
Iris  __ _ _  bill..  -... ..... tareus   -     foot  ,______"_,___.__

Moult: ..None_ X      partial,     ,QgotlO,.e         hod   .    nock 
breast .          .emigp              _   coverts    -  retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
1M1asurements:  Total lengtb.  21"  Hind foot__________ 
Wing  _9.          Culmon  29 .... 
Tail  "           Spur 
Tarsus  65         Ea..... 
i'1dl  toe  - l 41nnla. 
Autopsy Routine: 
Eterna~l  Da__ ___ ___ ___  trachca_______ 
_    _  _ _  _  _ _  _   lungs  __ 
Sinuses                 hcart 
Mouth  __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _   ivor  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Gulle0.t  __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ sploon-________ 
Prvnticnulus  ___________p,,croas  ______ 
Gizz2ard  _______________gona Ts________ 
Duodenum  ______________intern~al Poarasites__ 
I leum _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Large intestine  __________ 
Findings: 
CrOP '~~~ Empty 
Giz7z rd or  sotomach:  9.1             ..ra.is .wet -i.ht 
Parts- preserved: n~one 
Parts sent  to pathologist:  _____________________ 
Pa"tholegist's nrmno: 
Pathologist' s  roport:  _________________________ 
 
 

					
				
				
-  .       *.           .       Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SFPCIMN IRCORD. 
Species:   Pheasart .......   .    .. 
Sex:       Fe4leAge: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punehes:........ oe 
Collected by: Irve   0  B as.-sLalke ,ills . .aco]  i 
name                          addr e s s 
Examined by:   Irven 0. Buss 
Skin prepared by: 
Date.-/25/37-2: p m.               p.m                p.m 12/26/37 -    _;-

killed              f ound          reced...........,aeive   examined 
Plaoe collected:   Jeff'frso ,      Mils, 1i.l.    T.8  ..  6 L(aeed patch)

county         nearest town        exact location 
Raeed     d bog rasture on o posite ede of road 
general surrounng :hn itat 
.. Dqh at roadside uider screen of weed-, 
specific conditions at collection site 
Specimen: dead      ; alive X  ; sick     ; healthy  X; entire        ; partial

fresh       ; decomposed      ; captive     ; wild  X 
Cause of death:   Kile byd   og (Welli ) 
If collected wh7ile still alive, di  thd'spedimen exhibit any noticeable
wealness 
before collecting?   No      How? 
Laboratory exaination: . 
Weight:   1169.5    grams.     Fat X        average         .emaciated 
How was sex determined?    plumage ch racteristics 
How was age determined?                                  ,___ ,-_...... 
Colors: 
ilufiage br'polago phase-oddities 
iris .........bill'' .... . tarsus lt.'hlUe foot 
Moult: None    -X   p -artial  -     coipcte      head   __   neck 
breast       back          re..rges ......  coverts -  retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length  638  .       Hind foot  ,, 
Wing    2    *Culmen                28 n. 
Tai  1   275  n.  .  .. ....Spu 
I I     84   .)D 
Tarsus ,65  m. x 9  .      ar ___ 
........      Middle  tpe -A49  ..  . ........ .. . . 
Autopsy Routine: 
..xtornal  parasitos  .. ... .. _ trachea  , _,, 
Eyes  _ _ _ _ _  _ _ _  _ _  _  __ lungs_ _  _ __ _  _ 
.Sinus  Os _. .... .. ..          heart  __ 
Mouth                              liver   -_   ___ 
Gullet   -._           _    _    spleen _ 
Crop   ,_kidneys 
ProventricuJlus ___________pc eroas_______ 
Gizzard                            gonad   _s 
Duodenum                           internal pnarasites 
Ca ec a   . ..... .  _ . _  _ _ _ ... .. ......... ._ _ _ _ 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 44.2 _rams wet (All corn except 12 kerrels of barley) 
Gizzard or stomach" 12.8 rTi   wet weight t.Co  ad grit) 
Parts  preserved:     .. ... .  .  ..  .  .. .  .. 
Parts sent to pathologist: ___ 
Pathologistts  n#.mo:   ......      ........ . ....            .   . 
Pathologist s report:                             ....          ... 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
SPECfl11Y Rt~oD~           Slin No.____ 
Species:                       e ariu  rtrid  .. ....... 
S e x :   . . . . _e   . . . . .. .                 D . .. .. .. . ..._;_o
  1 " 
3ands, feather-marks, toe-punches:          1one 
Collected by:   Irve 0. Busa, Lske    ills, Wiscoi.. 
.name                           address 
F Ine  by~.................................. 
Ezamined, by:~.  lr7!9u. 0. iis 
Skin prepared by:      . 
a.m.               a.m.                 a.m. 
Date: ...........   .           7 /4/-   m-        .      m  /.7:0      
 .. 
killed              found            received         examined 
Place collected:    Jefferson, La e MiIls,".'     ,".8    , S25
(Near Sni.L. gate on G) 
county          nearest town     .  exact location 
Open fields, oak-hickory grove, dise .roda4i as 
genera surrounding habitat 
West side of road' (iJJ 6h&        .1res on east side of rod. 
specific ceditions at collection site 
Specimen: dead X       alie ; sick         ; healthy X    ; entire X    ;
partial 
fresh   X   ; decomposed       ;.captive        wild   _K 
Cause of death:   Pro ably flew into     ree. ek broke. close to boy - between

Llgs. No other marks o body. 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before collecting? .     ..How? 
Labor'atory examination: 
Weight: 449.7        ram.      .    t  X ......verago ..... emaciated* 
How wa 'sex determined? 'D ssectie    ad    ig- coverts 
How was ago° determined?  Outer  rimary- sh-r.rlypoi te  . sternum 
C b l or r  : . .. . . ..    . ...... .. . .. .. . . . . . . .- 
plumage or pelage phase-oddities 
iris          bill             tarsus           foot __._.__     ...... 
Moult: None     4     partial          complete       head        nock  
...___ 
breast        back          remiges    -.coverts          retrices 
Feathor wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length 25       .         Hind foot 
Wing    150 mm.                 Culmen   15   . 
Tail     82m.                  Spur 
Tarsus   42   a ,r ....                ....... .. 
iddle toe - 40 mn          Claw - 7 m. 
Autopsy Routino: 
Exteral parasitos                      trachea       . 
'E~yes    __  _ _  _  _ _  _ _  _  _ _  _ _  lungs  _  _ __  _  _ _ 
Sinuses                                 heart 
Mouth    Bloody                           vor - 
Gullet    ....._________............... .  sploen  _ 
Crop      Er Iy                         kidnoys _ 
Pr__________________                      ,ncro,& __ __  __  _ 
Gizzard                                 gonads   Lar e, dOrk 
Duodenum          "      _internal parasites 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings; 
Crop eEimty 
Gizzard or stomach:     98   , grit; tiry shred of corn (2 %) 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent tO pathologist: 
Pathologist's nam:mo: 
a    ologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
Species:-  u   xi 
Sex:                                    AgleOl 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-pqwches: .. 
Collected by, Ire     .lf    .      'Iills ',i.-csOQ~5 
name                          address 
Examined by:   Tr-e 0. Bus s 
Skin  prepared  by:  __   .  .......__ ___............._.... 
a~m.a~m.a.m. 
Date:           P.m.I/4/1z   ' 0. ...           .    .mJ/7/38-8-00    p.m.

killed              foundreceived                   examined 
Place.. cllected: 'Jef frp-   Lakeis:,R.13 E, T.8-NS.3        O0' S."Hickeyts
drive 
county         nearest town        exact location 
fields, bog psture 
general surrounding habitat 
Eas  side of road (Co 
spocific conditions at collection site 
Specimen: dead   X; alive      ; sick .     healthyX     entire        partial

fresh X      decom-posed       captive     ;wild 
Cause of death:'Prb   ctruuk b  sr'. Bi-l1 -trokex -le-se to hend     '.k
brokex, 
- . itwi%   g broken.  - ..      .     .. .. ... 
If colle'6 td while still &llve; did tho'specimen e i it any .oticble
weakness 
before collecting?           How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Woight: 4 7. G      Erams.     Fat X        average          emaciated 
How was sex determined? Di~sectio ao,   win x  coverts 
How was age determined? Outer pri ry well romded 
Cologrs 
........ '.     . .  . .plumage  or ..lag.  phaso-dditios 
iris         bill             tarss          f6ot 
Moeult': None  2     patial  "     c om lote  -    cad   -   flck ___

-  .  breast        back   -     ?migas.        coverts    .retric-es 
Feathor  wear ______________________                       _____ 
 
 

					
				
				
Measuroments: Total length 31Znn.Hind foot 
Wing  2  .           Cu!mon  5 mm. 
Tail       ....p..    ur... 
Tarsus  E....r         __......_ar 
Autopsy Routine 
External arasitos         trachea 
Eyes                       lungs  ..... 
Sinuxsos  ___________ ___  hoart  ________ 
Mouth  __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _liver  _ _ _ __ _ _ _ 
Gullet  ____________   ___spleen ________ 
Croa,  __ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ idneys  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Proventriculus  .p..ncroas 
Gi zzard  _______________ ona(Ibs c,1a~ 
Duodenum  i__________      nternal Darasitos  _ 
Lairge  intostine  ___________ 
Findings: 
Crop oof-       t 
Gzador stmah: nrt Lillad] gizzrd, c pgeu 
Parts preserved: _________________________ 
Parits  sont  to  -pathologist: __________ _____________ 
P~atho'logist's  wAme:__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Patholo~ist's  repor-t: __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No.    * 
Skin No. 
SPECIMEN RECORD 
Species:   Phe sa t 
Sex:       Fele                         Age: 
3ands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected by:    Sea Kisow, Lake   ills, Wisconsin. 
-  e                           address 
Examined by:     Irver 0. Rnss 
Skih  prepared  by:  .... . ___........................ ......... . ... .___

aa~m. 
Date:   /43? ? -n. J/53~:30                               m.;;17i3   1/ 21/3880
 m 
killed              found            received         examined 
Place collected:              LAke   ills,         T.8 N, 3.,           rook)

county ..      .arest- town        -exact location 
general surrounding habitat 
. ..Creek bed at ed'e of willows 
9-p)Ocfic condl-iozms'at 4'cOllocti on site 
Specimen: deiad  X; alive .       sick'X.. hatb     ..     entire      ;
partial X 
fresh X    ; decomposed        'captive  .    wild   v 
Cause of death: Tberoul~is  pct~d; Clot cs heirt. Fou]               tr 
( hrs. etited).     Crowv te   ay part of bird jfepit died. 
If eolected-while stil-..alve,.  i& the spcimen ...xhibit any nt.iccable,
weakess 
before collecting? _____How?______________________ 
tboraoy examination: 
Weight:              grams.    Fat          average   X      emaciated 
How was sex determined?      P.Th  e               Lcharacter'stics 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
plumage-o.r polago phaso-odditios: 
iris      b.... . ill   ..  tarsus  ___ __-       _  _'_6____..... 
MoultL: None--  y.   partial    .    complote        hod'      'neck.  "

.breast .    back ....... remiges       .. coVbrts       ribtrice_ 
Feather wear___ 
 
 

					
				
				
Ieasuromenits: *Total length               Hind foot __________ 
Wing Bot  aig  goe           Oulmcn _________ 
*Tail ais    ~Spur ___________ 
Tar sus 7T .X     o r bxoutar____________ 
Autopsy Routine:_i7lc to 
xternal parasitcs        ~          trachea ______ 
-:j egt s.e lizize 
Sinuso~ s___________                 heart CIlot trgtu~l 
17runi7s .Tteri~us 
Mouth                                liv_____________  4er -Xellw -blot,
,es nbt 
Gullet  ________________              nlen _______ 
Cro~.:l9.  i~m  wetN~e~~ht See  idncys 
Provontriculus ___________pancreas_______ 
Gizzard   105   ra   wet (Se- e  -    nC. 
DuoXQIcnum         .   ..            intnrnal oarasitos__ 
LreIn-tostino __________ 
Finding~s. Lef 1 Lun-_udsoblor(d? ihlv     ih    ugsm    I   ti  ~      fi

Crop contents: (Dry weighit - 5.6 grams) 362 LpujLs -virgiiks~a 1.0 gram

75 bolanun duleamara (Iullo & sees) 4*6 rrawo; S Osmorrhiza 
Claytomi. Swilase.n otellata 1 see#, I small rye seei. 
S        Gizzard or~ stomach- 2 faJ.Ise bukhlicesbg       r   1e a    grits
1.orn a 
NV., 36 Cornus op., 5 solomon's *dul, 113 Solalulm iuleamars. meis. 
( Dry weight eqiuals 0.7 gmams) 
Parts preserved:  ~ 
Parts sent to oatholog-ist: ______________________ 
Pathologist's nruue: ___________________________ 
Pathologist's report: ________________________ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SPECIMEN RECORD 
Species:.   yay.      ocyo   cixer oarge teus oc hous) 
Sex:       Fele                         Age: 
Bands,. feather-marks, tbe-p-.nches:. ____         "___,   _____   
    .     .... 
Collected.by:,     viR j Br tz a d Tarry 1vson, Lake  illa, Wisconsi n 
name                           address 
Examined by-     ire    0  Bu    .      ..ss 
Skin  epe-bY: (Sold b        H'arry Iason) 
a.m.               a.m.                     . 
Date: 1/20/78    p.m.               p.m.l/8     :oo ..... p /29   -7 0 p.m.

killed              found            received          examined 
Place.colected:     Jefferso                              14.,  i,,, 1T ,
S. 22 
county          nearest town        exact location 
mpy. willows, few _"hardwoo, ne l'er Orth ed e of rest area on 
... eneral surrounding habitat,: slootin      pres rye. 
...... .. .....   a~ d  of  willows-.... 
specific conditions af"'c~olecti on site 
Specimen: dead       ; alive   I  sick       healthy .     "entire 
    ; partial 
fresh       ; decomposed .       captive      ; wild   X 
Cause-bf deAth:.'    Sot 
If collect'ed while still alive, did the specimen -exhibit anV noticeable
weaness 
before collecting? __How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight: II lbs.                 Fat   X       average          emaciatod

How was sex determined?       Dissection 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
.         plumage 'or pelago-phaso-oddities 
Ir  .......  bill .          tarsus_           fee_ 
MdltN: ._...         partial-         complete _    - head       neck _____

bro t b.....back ....... remitges        ... coverts     rotrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length969          1'.(38  8")Hind foot 13z ( 3/16

( Skih re :oved) 
Wing                         Culmon 
Tail 3S2                      pur_ 
Tarsus       ..          ...  ar   o  ki QO   o.he      sur... 
Autopsy Routine: . 
External parasites .           ..     trachea ...... 
Eyos  .  ...             .. lvngs  ________ 
Sinuses                              heart 
Mouth                                 liver 
Gullet                                sploosn____       _ 
CroD                                 lzidneys     _________ 
Proventriculus   ..... ....ncr.as              _______..__. . 
Gizzard __                           gonads 
Duodenum                  __     __intornal narasitos 
C ae0ca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents:    ,    _._,                                  _    _ 
Giizard or stomach:   Rabbit  rld hom 
Parts  preserved:    -__       _..          ...... 
Parts' sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's  n ce:  .   ...._.         ...   .._                 _   _

Pathologist's  report:                .. .  . ........ .. ...__ _..  .........
.... 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SPEC MflN RECORD- 
Species:   Gr y fox (Uroc~yo, ci ere  r" enteus ocythou) 
Sex:       ale                          Age: 
Bands, feather-marks,, toe-punches: ..,_____       .   .....__._ 
Collected by:   Al vini fratz  dli rr   so   Lake ills,  iCosi 
ne~m baddress 
Exzamined b~r:  Irve. Buss 
Skin prepared by: 
Date: 1/21/ 8-1.c.m,      .       p nl/29/ 8/5,O      p.m. /29/38-9:00 p.m,

killed              found           received    .   examined 
Place collected:   Jeff rson                 .         . 14 E. T.8 N. b,14
(eros 
county narest town                exact location   road from S.23) 
Der se'il.o  o h - I -wla d 
general surrounding habitat 
Ditch rumi, throug   willows 
........ ...pecific c.. .diti-ons at ollection site 
Specimen: dead      ; alive"     sick."     hcalthr    ; entire
     ; partial    ; 
fresh       ; d'comiped .      captdve'-:    wild  X 
Cause of death: . Shot (No- 6 shot) i,    d gwarters,killed by "g. At

least 5ribs broken and part of lu    s puictured. 
If. collected while..still alive,. did .the. apeciman, exhiblt.any noticcable
weakness 
before collecting?           How? 
La oratory examination: 
Woight:    -4        -         Fat X        average          emaciated 
How was sex determined?       DisectioR 
How was age determined? ......._.... 
Colorr : 
.....................plmae or. polage .phas6-oddities 
iris    .    bill  ...... ..... tarasus ..   foeo'   "_ _  _.- 
Moult-. None   :..... partial       _complete                    o head 
neck' 
breast.   *  back .  .....  emiges        coyvert      retrices 
Feathor woar 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurement s: Total length 578 H3~2  indI foot 13Znn,5 
Wi rng  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Culmen  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Tail  5 .(4 .Spur       _____________ 
Tursus  ___________   ar  (1,o skin on  vwei eard 
AutopTsy Poutine: 
External parasit s  _________trachea______ 
Es  .lungs                  _______ 
Sinuses  _______________heart  ________ 
M~outh  __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _liver  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Gulle0t  ________________ spleen  ________ 
Croi  __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _   !idneys_ _ _ _ _ 
P rov'entriculu5  ______________pnc reas 
Gizzard  _____________    gonads ________ 
Duiodenum  ______________inte-rnal parasites__ 
Ile I _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ cum_ __ _ _ __ _ 
Casca __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Large- intestine____ _______ 
FindingZsi 
Crop  contents: __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ 
Gizzard or stomach: t 
Parts preserved:  I4  -s'kin f~old by H. 1"Soya 
Parts  sent  to poathologist:  _____________________ 
P-athologist' s  niwmo:  ___________________________ 
Pathooist's  report:_______________ _________ 
 
 

					
				
				
Spec-ime'n No.___ 
-SPECIYEN RECORDSi N._____ 
Species:     ,ra  fo   ro PoH                         Ts 
Sex:            7                       Age:   A-P  .    r oli 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected by: Lkc'hr  (D.iok) Ki It,              5 C&  0 
name ........... ..............dr e s s 
Examined by: ' Irven 0. Kuss 
Sk in  p r ep a r ed  by :  ... .... ........ .... .......... ... .. ....
. ......... .. 
a.m.               a.m.               a. m . 
Date :1/2VFS8   -0                                                      
P.mM.....  ,m:/£/8-TiiO 
killed          .. found            received         examined 
Place collected:        ,Golfux 1,.11, T.W0 X, 6.1 
county         nearest town        exact location 
T J ,ie,                               1,iLO 0.",  k  ni,  o hills 
general surrounding habitat 
i, o S;  of'  Da   ine ,  -,, 
spe fic c6nidtrbns-at collection site 
Specimen: dead      ; alive X    sick      ; healthy ..; entire        ;
partial 
fresh      ; decomposed      .  6aptive      ; wild  X 
Cause of death-:                t o. ()  ,'e .e. 
If collected while still .alive, did -the -specirien exhibit any noticcable
weakness 
before collecting?           How? 
Laboratory examination: 
,t251 1' . fro ?,e 1/ 2(1/58 
Weight: 4      19.l  grams, or  Pat         average     A   emaciated 
How was sex determined?    D   '   on 
How was age determined?            Il  ds s>o~ed   or    ,  suckled 
Colors: 
plumage-or---olago phaso-o:dditios 
iris  .....   bill     ..... .. . tarsus  .. .  feet oat_ 
Moult': None ...... partial .....    complete .____..hed    n ock: 
breast .    ... back- *..... remiges .. ... coverts    retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measuroments: Total length 107, r        3-1)  Hind foot   i<    . 
Wing                           Culmen          e        Ce'ov 
Ta 1,         "er Spur 
Tarsus __r___2 7/8_)____Rr           (: /. 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasitos                    trachea 
Eye s  __                               kings  .... 
Sinuses __                             heart 
Mouth  ... ..   _ _ _. ......_         liver 
Gullet                *_spleen                ..... .. .. 
Cro-o                                  kidneys 
Proventriculus                         pancreas 
Gizzard                                gonads 
Duodenum                               intornal parasites 
ileum 
Caeca " 
Irarge intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach:      ly fur      I ones o    rob 1t 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist' s nrnmo: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SPECIYEN RECORD 
Species:        L 
Sex:          Bl                          Age:    Ver e ,r 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected by:     Ir'l s. u.-., L     Lil, Jio~    
	
				
Measurements: Total length                     Hind.  oot 
Wing 1(7     .                 Culmen      1 
Tail    I                      Spur 
.Tarsus                          r 
i13q    oe - ,)5 1 *       CLI', - 
Autopsy Routine: . 
External "aasitcs      ....... ___   " trachea      " 
Eyes                                    baie i     i d  several lungs   
3 color 
Sinuses                                heart          I a pearo Ce 
Mouth                                   liver    or' 1 
Gullet                                  spleen ,_      _ 
Cro    9u1  of co rr                  kidneys 
Proventriculus                  .... pancreas 
Gizzard      or  hrd r ooth suma c     gorMLs    I$g3t colored 
Duodenum                                internal parasites 
Ileum 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findi.ngs:     Si ........                             r  3       "
           e 
On    i        bird      . i.    er Ie. 010 Vel     iiy lt       rllj. 
Crop contents:    .   ,     ,t    i  .. All cor 
Gizzard or stomach:    ,.  g   s ,. >oeiht i           ohs,,     1 1 le.
s r ro, ed 
se r  n   1  b':::is  ~o   'e s sed 
Parts preserved:        o 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist' s nrmo : 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SPECIMEN RECORD 
Species: -Sreetc     ol r-,), 
Sex:         10                          Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected by:   Ie     *   <.s,   <. iLls'.  1:.O  1. 
name                           addr e s, 
Examined by:    Irver,2. ,la&- . 
Skin  prepared  by:      ..... .............. ___....._,__.__.. .. ... .........._

a.m.               a.m.                a.m.              a.m. 
Date:            P.M/.. ,/llUi _   .                      m.t4 :8-    0 
killed              found            received         examined 
Place  collected,   Jef er o  ,  .    il.  *iS   L, . .. ... ....... .......

county       ... nearest town       ex-adt, location 
general surrounding, habitat 
I  ~ ~ ~   ~   ~   ~   Cu cetrtr ].c-o  o: (my ',runk G) 
specific conditions..a.t., 66llection site 
Specimen:* dead     ; alve i    ; sick  -..;.healthy.    ; entire      ;
partial 
fresh   X   ; decomposed ......  captive.; iild 
Cause of death:             rarue I  y r, poteior  i   !  ,.   e 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before collecting?            How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight: 178.7       grams.      Fa           average _     _emaciated 
How was sex determined?            Loon 
How was age determined? 
Colors:    V'        - 
plumage or pelago phaso- odditios 
iris          bill             tarsus           foot. _  " 
Moult: None    X      partial         complete   ,_head,:        neck ._
 . 
breast        back          romiges        coverts       rotrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length /.                 Hind foot 
Wing 1r                        Culmen _      0 
Tai i     .       .           Spur 
Tarsus                              ___ __  ___......_Ear 
- 17            21 v- 12 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                      trachea 
Eyes  .lungs 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gullet                                  spleen 
Cro                 '_kidneys _. 
Proventriculus  p________.......___     ancreas _ 
Gizzard                                gonads 
Duodenum                                internal parasites 
Ileum                   ,__ 
.        Ctieca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach:    I               "e'ao  .use. :icroLG.  v ii 
Parts preserved:           e 
Parts sent to pathologist:                   .... 
Pathologist' s name: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
!Skin No. 
SPECImeN RECORD 
Species:   Priri e ec   e.. 
Sex:       Fe_       _   _     _      _Age:     'rr r         r C 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: _      oe__. 
Collected by:    Irve  ..      , Lk   I ill, .IscoPsiU 
name     ..ddress 
Examined by::                         . 
Skin prepared'by: *      e       '- .....               . 
a *I. .  .                            a.m.-- 
Date:  1/: ...  -i p.m.l / /  i:O  . m...............                   p
.m. 
killed             .,found           received          examined 
Place collected: JefLurke  *                                   I ills, .
 Scoxlviin,  .e d 
county       .noarest town ......exact location               .eJ 
general surrounding habitat 
Tra      2i corn,  -Luble 
specific conditi-or s at..-coltecti on site 
Specimen: dead       ; alive X ; sick'      ; healthy   x.;- entire     
; partial _ 
fresh       ; decompogbd    ." -'cap'tive     ;'wild   x 
Cause .of- death:, I.J briec.     e  343       ii7-to)), h         , 1rue

If collected while still alive, did the speocimen..exj-.i.t ar  ,nqticeable
weakness 
before collectingl Y1S'       How?   eal hroo  eles close:, 11 ' ie     
       P1 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight:      1,' Q   grams.     Fat           average X        emaciated
.... 
How was sex determined?     Ji-    ion, tail   &1I.   . 
How was age determined?     .,0 0:     G        " .....     r . ...

Colors: 
plumage or pelago, phgs-pddi.l'e 
iris  ..    .  bill       .    tarpus,  .... ...  feet  _ _ _ _"_"

Moult.: .-None   X..  partial      ... coplot.       head       nock  ._____

brcast..... back        . .. remiges.       coverts   -   rotrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Iveasurements: Total length    4      *        Hind foot_ 
Wing          2o C   .        Culmon       I_   _. 
Tail                   .       Spur 
Tarsus          j)    . 
hJ I.3.U  toe -  E               - 7 
Autopsy Routine: ...... 
External iparasitos   .  _   _   __     trachea 
.  yes  .. .. .........     ...         .  lungs 
Sinuses                                 heart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gullet                                  spleen 
Cro-                                    kidneys 
Proventriculus ..                       pancreas 
Gizzard                                 gonads 
Duodenum                                internal parasites 
Ileum 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents:    1. ,'.      t -rvLiht (Cern ..,  t 
Gizzard or stomach: i.0  -r       --t wei-lt 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist:_ 
Pathologist s ne mo: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Sjecimen No. 
Skin No. 
SPECIMEN RECORD 
Species:         r,  jPrtri 
S ex:     1.Age:                                Less              016, 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:_                __:_e 
Collectfd by: Tr     G.    s , L.              os 
address 
aminbd by:'. 
Sk in  p r ep a r ed  by :  ..... . ....._... . ........... .... ....................
... 
a.m.               a.m.                a.m. 
Da eI.o/  i' W".  ..1/  ..pn .        .m.-l DC, , ,;0G  p.m. 
killed              found            received.       examined 
Place collected:                      -i.ll, R.13 , ,  , 6.[       2    Lr
 , 
county   ........nearest town       exact location 
...       ...  ...  f"   ' jU  7             , O  1 
general surrounding.habitat 
specific-conditions- at dollecti on site 
Specimen: dead x      ; live  ; sick      ; healthy   x; entire    x; partial
     ; 
fresh   x   ; decomposed- .     captive      ; wild 
Cause of death:' .ll2     I  i        1::. j dii .  l ,  irou h  A 
Of   o,    ek     ,sed. Ice 
* If, collec.tod while, still alive,. did. the specim. .x~ib~i.t.any noticeable
weakmess 
before collecting?           How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight:    I        grams.     Fat           average x        emaciated 
How was sex determined?    )     1 
How was age determined?       r  ri.arw  01  . \ 
Colors: 
pl.mag.o, or polage. phase-oddities 
. iris  .....  .bi .tarsus         ....... _  f ot' _ 
Moult: None     .     partial ..... coplte ..,       he ad      neck: ....

breast .. back.            remiges    _, covorts         retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SP  MCIN RECORD 
Species:         r     n       e 
Sex:                                     Age:    'd 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: ___e 
Collected by: I     O. U a, e.en Eill_, I * 
name                         'address 
Examined by:    irBu s. l   s. 
S k i n   p r ep a r ed  b y :  . .. ............ .... ........... ..........
...... .. ... ... .. 
a.m.               a.m.                a.m.            -a-M 
Date: ..  ......  .  m: 2/1  /- , -   q.. . .m      .-- ....- .. ... 
killed           ,. found           received        examined 
Place collected: J     rIn,         ..  ,..l (                          
            of 
.   county  ....... nearest tOWn      e Ixact location  &-ca on G) 
,re .,  P..d  orn boutO ri oxs ofo  ...... 
general surrounding habitat 
q -,e line              side Ol rot    c dee bird   fouLd 
.s.1ecific 'dolditions at coilction site 
Specimen: dead   X  ; alive'    ; sick     , healthy'... .entire      ; partial
x 
fresh _ ___ decomposed .    . ;captive        wild 
Cause of death: PTo1.l       ; le; into.  c t  e tiC -,  o 0    ..n 
ovetr Ky e f; head m~sin, &d skin of h&        dcru one.10kdlk 
hOc. r                                          oe.Loe       like 
o.row,. o~r un 4..i ± ],. .I.r   of bird  .Ctor if  . s  illed. 
If collected vwhile -still. alive, did. the. specimen.,exhibi.t..any noticeable
weakness 
before collecting_           How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight:             grams.     Fat    x      average          emaciatod 
How was sex determined?    Bi      A o0io 
How was age determined?    O       1 1 rLy weM! rou   e 
Colors: 
pl1-umage or pelago. phase-odld ties 
iris          bill  ... tarsus        . i, =     *    sO' 
Moult: .None   .   . partial _____ complete...... head     .    ndck.__"_.

breast        back     ..  remiges _.....   coverts.  _retri.ces 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements:   Total length   (Partial)      Hind foot 
Wing     I4/ r 1             Culmcn __     _?    ____ 
Tail     7, 15 .              Spur 
Tarsus                        E Ear                ........... 
Autopsy Routine:                                  claw- 
External parasitos                    trachea 
Eyes         -_    -_lungs 
Sinuses                               heart 
Mouth                                 liver 
Gullet                                spleen 
Oro                                 k _idneys 
Proventriculus                        pancreas 
Gizzard                               gonads 
Duodenum                              internal parasites 
Ileum 
Caoca 
Large intestine 
Findings: Durd -         }ePihj      , ol    e 1l       roncts 11rom rts

sti'll  il%.c: 
Crop contents: (Liinr) 
Gizzard or stomach: 11bilO(]  h ,xit and 'bit  of ;r 
Parts preserved:    none 
Parts sent to pathologist:         no__e 
Pathologist' s rmo; _ 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
cIe cat e dFy   SL I icm  LS 
FxnI,,dbT:"I'll! ES 
a ~ ~ ~ J- eed  XF 0,  c;LR,-  .8  C r.9   t' ofiad 
0T F  D8,  C30      - 
i.I~rr ab       a        - 
Color 
~aboratoe            71 tn 
ax  eta  t.fi~eto   t   r  -i i). ,Ttij 
o~ ~ ~       ac t  OPE  cOim t  . e (  re, 
iris~~~~r-' r____   ass~D(fo 
e,-          eta     Had  k 
 
 

					
				
				
110  taz TctJ, lni t 4_ 2  ,  t_______ 
Wig204      CIei19 
ii       ~~~s-ur_______ 
l4t 41       w12 
LV-  BA-DLYDCLP 
Cro        485fr&1 
ar1or  G8  4o e srtLL ON      - 
iz        et          I 
G Sar_ ~tOh   ,(   t    OD9   Re  e 
~rep or":----- 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
-.  *SPECIM&N RECORD 
Species: 
Sex: ____                                 Age:  __ _ _ _ _ _  _ __*_.....

Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:            .____ 
Collected by:        '1   .                 1 ]  L,(,}  i 
name --.                         address 
Examined by:    I 
Skin prepared by: 
Da:am.            p.m.                 am. 
killed               found            received.        examined 
Place collected.: .                 i.   , ....                         
 r 
county n 6arest tOwn               exact location 
general surrounding habitat 
.......          scific      ndition  at collicti on site 
Specimen: dead ____; alie"      ' sck .....    healthy      ; entire
     ; partial _ 
fresh _____; decompose. _____. cap tive       ; wild 
Cause of death:            . 
If -collected while still alive, did.the specimen exh-ibit any noticoable
weakness 
before collecting?     a.     How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight: ____.__      grams.     Fat           average _         emaciated

How was sex determined?                             4- ctijy 
How was age determined? F         e irac   ri    c 1    1      i) 
Colors : 
..    ...        .... plumage o,..O ,pelageo pha 6-6dditios 
.     iris       ... bill     t... tarsus ...         foot _      _' 
-Moult-: -. None.      -partial........complete ..     hcad      .-nock _

broast ..  . back ..     . remiges         coverts       reotrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length                     Hind foot 
Wing         .    ......       Culmen 
Tail              _Spur 
Tarsus                         Ear 
Autopsy Routine: 
External pa'rasit, s                    trachea 
Mye s                                   lungs 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth                       ....... ..  liver  . 
Gullet                                  spleen 
Cro_        ___                        kidneys 
Proventriculus                          p ancreas 
Gizzard                                go__ _ _ _  s 
Duodenum                                internal parasitos 
Ileum 
Caoca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents:   ,          :%r e f   .   e   ,("'i    o   t 11 °
   s  28 
Gizzard or stomach:       , -ei,     7        :   ri£ 1,7       ,.

i l   ' , ,,   .o , i - l r  iur  - Q .:  1~,, + 11   '  1  y -   il 
Parts preserved: _ 
Parts sent to pathologist:             C)o~o 
Pathologist's name: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
S.pecimen No.   -- 
Skin No._____ 
SPEC II= RECORD 
Species:     orred ovl 
Sex:        F                    .     .Age:      ? 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches"        0 
Collected by: -    c    1 jon, Lake hills,   isconsin 
name                           addr ess 
Examined by:   Irv  n ). uS.   .......... 
Skin prepared by: 'Secien' 0ouYed by J       --ooper ofLk i    ills 
a.m.                   T 
Date: 3/i/3       m                p.m.ioi,8-. .O      .m.I -lOiK-5:,O p.m.

killed              found            received        examined 
Place collected:   Jefferon, Lae hills, R.13 'E, '1,.R 1, S.5 (.F.South edge)

county  .       n6aresttown ......exact location 
r(. woodto"South ;"    3.eK Ico  orth 
general surrounding habitat 
Nest in redoa    tree . north   "   of  a±l'      o 
s pecific conditions 'At collection site 
Specimen: dead     "  alive X   ; sick      ; ea'lthy .    ;   tire
     ; partial _ 
fresh ___;decompo bd _____; captve .           wild   x 
Cause of death: Shot on                                              1 il
 rc .~tire  gs. aCi to  cas-t o not 
have knoin bird was on  'est; rerely tryi~, out hais rirle Ihinkini 
. . itwa  u...o  sQu~irrei's nest. 
If collected while still alive.- did -the. specimen, exhibit. any.,noticcable
weakness 
before collecting?    10      How? 
Laboratory oxamination: 
Weight: 2029.5      grams.      Fat           average   x      emaciated

How was sex determined?    DisectiOn 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
.  plumage or pe.1ag phaso-odditias. 
..iris .      . bill .     ..... tarsus. ..___ feet        .... 
'Mo~tt   None   x.     partial .     . complete ..  head'       neck _____

*breast ..... back   ...     remiges ..    . covoits      riotrides "

Feather wear . (.Boe. oit brea i.   of bird "ri " '.. "'.

.........             *~~C &   e),c                    .n    rt  _~ t
n: 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length .                   Hind foot 
Wing    _80    ______Culmen             4 
Tail    229   . (9").         Spur 
Tarsus    R                    ,ar  
'1'i  le toe -              C0law u. 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites ___                 trachea _      _    , 
Eyes                                   lungs 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth                                  liver 
Gullet                                 sploen_ 
CroP                                   kidneys 
Proventriculus                         pancreas _ 
Gizzard                                gonais 
Duodenum                               intornal parasitos 
Ileum 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach:    pa)hit bones nr8 r        i fr 
Parts preserved:     sein      muted 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's na.mc: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
STin No. 
SPE. II.N RECORD 
Species:         .r     , P. -t 
Sex:        bae                          Age:     You     ' (ir(" of
the ye r) 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: _       _   _    e__.. 
Collected by:                1, i   ake  ll oiseonsi 
name ... address- 
Examined by:      Irven (. -!uss 
Skin .repared by:    Irven O. Buss........... 
a *m.              - -N--.-               .              B-.a 
Date:                      7 m. 8 .  ;mI*    /.      --   m. /'13/i$-BO'p.m.

killed              found            received        examined 
Place collected: Jef frson,     LL    U ills, 1.14  , ..8 -, S. l 
county   .      near'est town       exact location 
Praiie    Y-, e" ,rruu--ir'  ,of'a~~d .o]?Oik"- n, hic kory 
general surrounding habitat 
Prairie   Frass 
specific conditions at- collecti on site 
Specimen: dead '   _ ; alive__    si~k d    1  healthy .  ; entire  x ; partial

fresh       ; decomposed   .   ; captive     ; wild   X 
Cause. of death:. -rol ;Cly Tiewr ino fee, bres:t br i31 20,        rolen,
nb 
. oler  . m .  O.    .e s nd. 
If collected, while still. alive, did the specimen exhibit epy. AQticcablo
weakness 
before collecting?           How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight:    [h..7    grans.     Fat           average    - maciated 
How was sex determined?     DL.. CLEo     v in   overts 
How was age determined?         e rvriiry       ted 
Colors: 
plumage or. pelage pha.so-odditios. 
iris     .    bill...         tars-s .         foot_____________ 
Uau.lt: None        ... ! partial .   complct .......... head   nock    
.._ 
breast   .. ..back         remiges ........covqrts.      retrices. 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length     310            Hind foot 
Wing l§   * (<")             Culmen     15 i. 
Tail   2                      Spur 
Tarsus '   E.               Ear 
Yi 3le w'oc - SlIL *           Cl'n, - II 01." ..... 
Autopsy Routine: 
-External parasites                    trachea 
. .....  yes  __ _ __ _lungs 
Sinuses __                             heart 
I duth                               .liver -     _     _ 
Gullet                                spleen 
Croo o      ,n~y                      kidneys   ....... 
Proventriculus                        pancreas 
Gizzard    .      'm 'e  ei'h         gonars   si ll, hihe 
Duodenum                              internal oarasites 
Ileum 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings:  ir  in   er  Co   (,n ition i Wer thin  rofrm neck -nd rr iseu

breas. P~u:,t v vel ICe .1 med ah d  m.- re, x,, ~  i u>ll <' usenr

(Se e skin) 
Crop contents: C 4 
Gizzard or stomach:     A.2 'rts ;et comro         svrral r    e   se 
t   ':i -ca seed (1 o1y0oo   . ;.) , 8.L  p it. 
Parts preserved:     skin 
Parts sent to pathologist:       hone 
Pathologist's memo: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
-:SPEIMEN RECORD 
Species:    R3bit 
Sex:        Fei 1e                     Age:                       . 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:               . 
Collected  by:  Ir     ,    .  L k    ili ,  . 
name 
Examined by: ''          :us 
Skin  prepared  by :       ...  .... ........................................
..... 
a.m             a.m. 
Date:i2/24/7-? n.m2i2,/7":0         . ...m/1                 -1l:W PO
Mm 
killed             found            received        examined 
Place collected:   JefYfero , L     lls, 1-.1 -S, * . S. , Z6 .   ed Patch)

county         nearest t' dIi    exact location 
general surrounding habitat 
................ .. .... ..ifi   coffdittc~llection  site 
Specimen: dead      ; alive .    sick     " healthy       entire   
   partial 
fresh ___; decomposed          ai; c ve    ; wild 
Cause of death:    Killed self.. h..Hic ks.  . 
If collected vhile s-til alive, did-the, specimen exhibit..any -naticcable
weakness 
before collecting?          How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight:  g0p85      grams.    Fat           average  k      emaciated 
How was sex determined?    Dire t
	
				
Measurements: Total length       " 2    .      Hind foot     9 1 . 
Wing                           Culmon 
Tail_ _____.        ____Spur 
Tarsus                         I  ar          7,9. 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites __trachea 
Eyes    *    odshW!                     lungs                . 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gullet                                  sploen 
Cro  _                                 kidneys 
Proventriculus                          pancrvas 
Gizzard                                gonads 
Duodenum                                i nternal parasites 
Ileum 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved:         None 
Parts sent to pathologist: ___ 
Pathologist's name: 
Pthologist' s report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Spec imen No. 
.. .. ....Skin      No. 
SPECIMEN RECORD 
Species: 
Sex:         [le                         Age:    o.u       .     . 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: _      _,_._._.. 
Collected by:   Jrn D. .s, Lake      ill,   isco< in 
... ... . ..... . . . . . ... na m e  . ....."   .... . ....'......
"'   ' ad d re ss 
Examined y: by.''            ;. 
S kzi n   p r e p a r e d   b y :  . . ...... .. .... ... . .... .................
. ... . . ..._ 
a.m.               a.m.                a.m. 
Date: 12/   57                                           m - tll O ... ...
 . Cm.12 c  , pm. _ 
killed              found            received        examined 
Place collected:                                           3.L<3r o ,
 . ii ,     . i.Goos  en I. 
county  '.    . nearest town        exact location 
general surrounding habitat 
rrsr, ta. ~c~ .t~ ~3l,"u 
sp.cific Iidi'tions at 'coilection site 
Specimen: dead      ; alive X  ; sick ___.; healthy   X   ; entire     ;
partial _; 
fresh       ; decom6sed      *; captive      ; wild   A 
Cause of death:   .     .. 
... .. ........ ..... .. .,-... . . . .. , -,..., , , 
If collected while-,still alive, did the specimen exIbit.4.zizynpt.coable
weakness 
before collecting?   ,o      How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight: lO .       grams.     Fat           average    X     emaciated 
How was sex determined?        0,i 
How was age determined?     'ize.  f Lesticles  .d S ;i.l   te.elo: et 
Colors: 
.  plumage or.pelago phaso-oddi ties. 
iris  .... ..  bill  .... .. .... tarsus ,   foot  '_   _    _ 
I Mou-tt: .None...    partial      . complote... ____head      -neck    
 . 
broast .      back .________ remiges.      cqvQrts      retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length       A              Hind foot    I10 
Wi ng                          Culmen 
Tail _                     -_Spur 
Tarsus .    .. .  .._          Ear  __* 
Autopsy Routine- 
External parasitos     ne               trachea 
- Eye  s  . .. ..... ...          ..  ....... lungs 
Sinuses                                 heart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gullet                       ....  . ....  spleen 
Crop _                                  kidneys 
Proventriculus ..........               Dn ncreas 
Gizzard                                 gonads 
Duodenum                                internal oarasites 
....    Ileum 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved:      None 
Parts sent to pathologist:                , 
Pathologist' s n~no : 
p s~thologist ts report : 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length      4S'            Hind foot     I 
Wing                          Culmen 
Tail                   .       Spulr 
Tarsus      .  .. ..._         Ear  ___ 
Autopsy Routine- 
External parasites    noie             trachea 
'Eyes                            .     lungs 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth                                  liver 
Gullet                                 spleen 
Cro                                   kidneys   '     _" 
Proventriculus  .............         , pancreas  .  _" 
Gizzard.                               gonads      11 
Duodenum                               internal parasites 
Ileum 
Cacca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: _ 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved:     Yole 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's nrme : 
Pathologist's report_ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SPECILMN RECORD 
Species,-,r 
Sex:           1.                          Age:    01d 
Bands,. feather-marks,. toe-punches: _       _._            _,       _  
 _. 
Collected by:    r' s.  s, I          il;s, i    oil  3in 
name                            a.rs 
Examined by:     i'             .... 
Skin prepared by:' 
a.m.                a.m.                 a.m. 
Date: 1? 2i     -      1:4.5    .      .m. .    ...             /Z/i'7-7
co p.m. 
killed               found             received         examined 
Place collected:     ,e      ,     : 2111 , } 1     ., T.2 ;   . 22 Y.oose
>
	
				
Measurements: Total length       4             Hind foot   102 
Wi ng                          Culmen 
Tail                           Spur 
Tarsus                         Ear       75 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites      none           trachea 
Eyes                                   lungs o.k. 
S inu se s               . .  ...... .. . .  h e a r t  o .k . 
Mouth .    o.k.                        liver     . 
Gullet _    _...                        spleen _ 
Crop                                   kidnays 
Proventriculus                         pancreas 
Gizzard    ,,  _  __...._gonads                _ _re 
Duodenum                               internal oarasites 
Il eum  _________________               ____________ 
Caeca    , 
Large intostine 
Findlngs:. 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved:      Skull 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's'neme:                       ..... 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SPEC IEN IEMCORD 
Species:        it 
Sex :_         _ _ _ _ _.... ... .. . ... .  Age :  ' _ ?_...... 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected by:   Ir,,  8. 7uss, c': 11ls      iscomcin 
name                           address 
Examined by:   irve  O.   cs 
Skin prepared by: _        _       __'__                                
  _ 
a.m.  /.      .   .   .   .   .   .    .i 
Date:            D M. 1//:8-4:00   p.m.                o.m. i/-7:O0     
p.m. 
killed               found ....received                examined 
Place collected: Jeffero   L.        :ils,    .4.,' *     , u.I   ( r  d
    corr fielu1 
county,         nearest town         exact location 
Pr ai ie;c c r Y, fr Ae1  .. sth, * c1itc1 and  o 
genra' surrtouiindin* habitat 
Corn f iel(d 
specific conditions at collect.,on site 
Specimen: dead   X; alive        ; sick      ; healthy      ; entire, , 
 ; partial     * 
fresh X       decomposed _        captive      * ,wild I 
Cause of death:      a ..  1, .          .  Ventr 1.    e    ' <' , ,,.
    , 
-y                       17 7o r     ; 17  i oen. 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before collecting? ________. How?       . 
Laboratory examination: .. .                          ... 
.oight        I      grams.     Fat ........ average. . .      . emaciated
 .... 
How was sex determined?     Di   eci 
How was age determined? 
Colors :.. ..                          " 
plumage or pelago phase-oddities 
iris          bill             tarsus            foot 
Moult: None            partial         complete _       head       neck 
breast   __   back          remiges         coverts       retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length          2n .        Hind foot _     -_____,.

Wing                            Culmon 
Tail    3  .                   Spur 
Tarsus                          Bar __ 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasit es                     trachea 
Eyes                                    lungs 
Sinuses- _   _.... heart _ 
M Iouth _         _._                       liver 
*  Gullet                                  spleen 
Crop  .  ...  ..  ....._                kidneys 
Proventriculus                          pancreas _ 
Gizzard             ..                  gonads 
Duodenum                                 internal parasites 
Ileum 
Caeca  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
..Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved:       None 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist' s nm:mo. 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. _____ 
;:.Sl.in. No. 
SPECIMTEN RECORDS 
Species: 1.....   It - 
Sex: . ..... . . ______................  A ge :  Yo i n , 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected by: '   r'ven .     ,   ..  14 en 
name                          address 
Examined by:     Irven ¢. Buss 
Skin prepared by: 
a.m.              a.m'       .        a.m. 
Date: 1/9/3    n.m. /?-/31-0: 0                        ./      -7-00, P.m.

killed              foun.d'',,      received        examined 
Place collected: Jefjerson', 'Lrk  ilis;t."": ,.? ,, S,£5
Loose T.nd Sta,..) 
,ounty          nearest town       exact location 
T ;'s ru.k sus'mo, h'mrdv oods , opeao field 
g. en'eral 'surrounding habitat 
l~ierrerry-, soolar nvdwilh, . ,Ys usih. 
s-pecific conditions at collection site 
Specimen: dead  x    alive     ; sick     ; healthy     U; entire     ; partial
_ 
fresh   A  ; decomposed       ; captive     ; ild 
Cause of death:   7ill sel f if tin-tot )    .  Ie b r1    i   e , brair

Xoc ,  ij     oo Y 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before  collecting?    1 ... ... _IHow? _... . _'_ .. .. .............. ..
... . .. .. .. .. 
Laboratery examination: ,.... 
Weight:   g4f.  ..rams.        Fat ....... average     X     emaciated 
How was sex determined?    ]is   1ion. 
How was age determined?.   lorens1..li lbt' s  ,1.  ,, .... il i  coe. 
Colors:       , 
plumage or pelage phase-oddities 
iris         bill             tarsus          feet 
Moult: None          partial         complete   __  head        neck 
breast       back          remiges        coverts      retrices 
Feather woar 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length       4   .      Hind foot      I 
Wing                         Culmen 
Tail   44 w.                 Spur 
Tarsus                       Ear 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                   trachea 
Eyes                                 lungs 
Sinuses                              heart 
Mouth                                liver 
Gullet                               spleen 
Crop                                 kidneys 
Proventriculus                       pancreas 
Gizzard                              gonads 
Duodenum                             internal parasitos 
Ileum 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved     None 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's name: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SPECI11N RECORD 
Species:    libhit 
Sex: _    _    _1_            _      _Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:         .___, 
Collected by:     !r0. C. 2U , L; >.    illi,  i    s 
name         .address 
Examined by:      Irven C. B..          .     .     . 
Sk in  p r ep a r ed  by : ............................................ .
. ..... 
a.m.               a.m.               a.m.             - 
Date: 1/11/3P   p.m. 1 11/8        '.;      ..         o.m. 1/i1//5-l:00
pm. 
killed              found           received         examined 
Place collected:    Jef..rson, Lak2 ilI , P.12 i, *8 (, .25 (Coose Pon.C
s'v.2) 
county          narest town-      exact location 
Smhruck swo mi %-br o ,'s . OI)( f fieli. 
general surrounding habitat, 
Eld e rry , porplar 2nl ,illovi bri .sh 
specific conditions- at -collectiUn site 
Specimen: dead      ; aliveX   ; sick      ;,health    . ; entire      ;
partial    ; 
(Ji1li -JTh~ 
fresh   x   ; decomposed  --....captive    "  wild X 
Cause of death:   .leO sel   in t u,)- op -X-p 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticcable weakness

before collecting? Ys       How?   Coibld onl   blink eyes; no oLher mu6tl(s
ioed. 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight: 1267        grams.     Fat     x     average         emaciated 
How was sex determined?   Dissection 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
plumage. orpelago phaso-odditids 
iris         bill  ...tarsus         .     .  feet  "__  "_ *_
.___ 
Mou.t4 .. None   .... partial      . copplete   .   head  -- neck       
. " * 
breast        back    ..   remiges         coverts      retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length _     ____Hind foot                 C6 
Wing                          Culmen 
Tail _                       Spur 
Tarsus                        Ear        70_. 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasitos                    trachea 
Eyes                                  lungs 
Sinuses                               heart 
Mouth                                 liver 
Gullet                                spleen 
Croo                                  kidneys 
Proventriculus                        pancreas 
Gizzard                               gonads 
Duodenum                              internal Darasitos 
Ileum 
Caeca 
Larg e intestine 
Findings:           front rrctfore-i I  viss1n 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to -oathologist: _    _...... 
Pathologist's name: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Speciien No. 
Skin No., 
SPECImEN RECORD 
Species:    Ra )it 
Sex:     1.                             Age:     Uld 
3a'ndgs, . father-marks, toe-punches: __     ,_    _   ___'_* 
Collected by:   Irven .C,: Phs.>, Lake 1,ills,  ionsin 
name                          address 
Examined by:    Irven 0. Bu . 
Sk in  p repared  by : ...    ...................... ......... ..... ....__

a.m.               a. M.              a.m. 
Date:1/11/36.   p.m.1/11/3 8       pm....      ..    . m. ./1i/-1o    p.m.

killed              found           received         examined 
Place collected: Jef"erson, Lake Ri.il, k.13 2    T.8  .  .i 5  8oose
Pand str.) 
county          nearest town       exact location 
T.  tervck sruoprn fid 
general surrounding habitat 
),±llows surro      2   1-,n  f-i , tti on 
specific co',iditions at"661eoction site 
Specimen: dead x   ; alive    ; sick      ; healthy x   ; entire      ; partial
x 
fresh ___;decomposed _           captive     * wild  x 
Cause of death: Killed by cut whic'     l   iotien irate L  ui.rap th the
r b it. 
Tier, e,,-. shoulder.s  d. ..ony   for>-  le r   e  ten  ,:jay.. 
If collected while still' alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable
weakness 
before collecting?           How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight:   732.6     grams.     Fat  X        average         emaciat cd 
How was sex determined?      9' 
How was age determined?   LA]i  iutsti les 
Colors: 
plumage or pelago phaso-odditios 
iris ....    . bil-l          tarsus          * foot cot 
X4oult  None   ....   partial   ...... complete ..... head _    neck 
breast ....  back .remiges _               coverts      rotrices- 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length front i       i-    Hind foot    LU 
Wing                           Culmon 
Tail   65                      Spur 
Tarsus _.ar _                          _   _   _  _   _  _   _ 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                      trachea 
Eye s                                   lung s 
Sinuses                                 heart 
Mouth    .     ___                      liver _      _     _ 
Gullet   ._spleen. 
Crop                                    kidneys 
Proventtriculus                         pancreas 
Gizzard                                 gonadcs 
Duodenum                                internal parasites 
Ileum 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings:    Cat (- r.             3 3  h ind f!ot 5"  tail 1', 
as 1'  urrT Yheiiv i e,...     . had  ,or ;  ii s.cae  bu L vs seesa .di
)uosed of. 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved:        nohe 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist"s nnme: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
... . .. ... .. . ... .S-h                   ~in  N o . 
SPECI1MN RECORD          Sno 
Species: .a'bit 
Sex:      .le                          Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected by: Irve 0. Buss, L!ik   li, Viscofsin 
name   ........address 
Examined by: .  iryn 0. Bus........... 
Skin prepared by: 
Date: 1/23/38?. p.m.l/2    p. eM-0 p._.m. !..  m.1/2m/-      ,:30 p.m. 
killed             found            received.       examined 
Place collected: jei       'sov, Lake il:s, R.li} L,  S , S.2 (Goose Pond
Sti.2) 
county  .   .... nerest town  .   exact location 
Th aormacL s w  , I ardwoods, o  fe ' fiel( 
general surrounding habitat 
Elerbo ry, poplar aid villov brusl 
.... secfic.nditions at oeollection site 
Specimen: dead   ; alive     ; sic"  . ; healthy x   ; entire     ;
partial 
var. 
fresh x    ; decomposed,.....; captive      ; wild  x 
Cause of death: Killed self i Lip- 01) tr rVore-hea  , shoulders    thorax

If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before  collecti ng   .... ... . 'How?  ........ .......... ... ........

Laboratory examination: 
Weight: 735.e     -Prams.     Fat           avrage          enaciatd 
( ;ithoti f7'ur     gra-s)                     !VTTTfa 
Row was sex determin6d?  Diseetioii 
How  was  age  determined?   .  ........................ . .... 
Co 1ors: 
plumage or pelage ph serodditios 
iris         bill            tarsus          f et 
Moult: None          partial         complete       h6ad      ,neck .__._

breast       back         remiges         coverts      retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length         370 iwa.  Hind foot      90 i . 
Wing                          Culmon 
Tail   ;2 .                  Spur 
Tarsus                        Ear         . 
Autopsy Routine: 
External  parasitos  ........ . . ..   trachca    _ 
Eyes                                  lungs 
Sinuses                               heart 
Mouth                                -liver 
Gullet                                spleen 
Cro                                  kidneys 
Provontriculus                        pancreas 
Gizzard                               gonadis 
Duodenum                              internal parasitos 
ileum 
Caeca 
Large intestine Fille with corr. paste (Broken ier totie 
Findings: 
r    cm.Cit,- vet - 31.3 grams ,Corn) 
Glws  4-    stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist' s name: 
Pathologist's report, 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SP2IC~EN REC0ZOD 
Speci es.:-.  I  .h  it 
Sex:      ole                          Age: Uld 
Bands, f-eather-marks, toe-punches:. .*.r t.,,  28 
Collected-by:-    r er   . Buss, Lake Vills, iiscorisin 
name                         address 
irven     0 .  Buss..    . .. .....".. .. ... . 
Examined by:           .... 
Skin prepared by:                     ..... 
.      a.m.              ..  .... ..         a.m. 
o  z   m-2/4/$8- : 00 >~m.6:00 
Date: 2/4/3R-11: 3p..m, 2/4/39-1_:30  p--         . 2/,- . < Q  &P.-L

killed             found......... .eceived.        examined 
Place collected: Jef4f rson, Lake' ills, "F.l E, T. N, 6.25 (Goo-se
Ford, Sta.2) 
count7         nearest town       exact location 
Tamarack svTh, oods, o-pen, field 
general surroundning hbitat 
S.l.. e.r.erry,. willow and_ or, brush 
sPecific conditions at collection site 
skin off 
Specimen: dead      ; alivex   ; sick     ; healthy     ; entire     ; partial
bac. 
fresh  x    ; decomposed      ; captive     ; wild x 
Cause of death:   ntire back ski ned in. trap (Tip-top)a vile apparently
fiL)hting 
with other rabbit caught in saae ctrap. Ora' souirrel also cau:ht 
*t sat    timn i  tbiR tra-). Killed rabbit due to iajtiries. he had 
Sreceived. 
If collected while still alive, did thespecimein exhibit any'noticoable weakness

before collectingl    Yes   How? Eves half-shut from exhaulstion 
Laboratory examination: 
(Lost 7.6 grams in f hrs.) 
Weight: 114R.1    grams.     Fat           average    x    emaciated 
1 P.i. on 772,1   hil limp;  arm. 
How was sex determined?    Dissection 
How was age determined? Larve testicles, bones heavy 
Colors: 
plumage or '6lago pthas0-odditios 
iris         bill      ...  ... 1tarsus  "_ "_"  foot    
      " 
Moult: None _         partial ....... omplote      hoda       neck 
breast       back         romiges   __     covorts     retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length 4        2 mA.(ITJ"ind foot      95 i. 
Wing                           Culmon 
Tail     44 r.                  Spur 
Tarsus                          Ear        F0 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                       trachea 
Eyes                                     lungs 
Sinuses                                  heart 
Mouth     .......     .,_                liver Very larve  all 
Gullet    ......._                       spleen  _  _  _ 
Crop                                     kidneys 
Proventriculus .....      ._             pancreas 
Gizzard                                  gonads 
Duodenum                                 internal parasites 
Ileum 
Ca- eca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's name: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Spebimen No. 
Skin No. 
Species:    >+d, 
Sex:         ;le                       Age:      nmt 
Band.s., feather--marks, t6e-punches:. .. o  , 
Collected by:   r      .            i     " *    " 
name                         address 
Examined by: Tr y,0. 3 uss 
Skin prepared by: 
..a.m.              a. a.                               -a -4m. 
Date: 2, /3Si-il T7-m.           p.m.               n.m.?/l   -7: 0op.m.

killed             found           received        examined'i    A t 1 
Place collected: Je21Orzu., .L.e J3  ,    .i< , .. 
county         nearest town       exact location 
eedy, oneut   rlej Li 11,         U 'o. 
general surrounding habitat 
soecific conditions at collection site 
Specimen: dead     ; alivex   ; sick     ; healthy     ; entire     ; partial
    ; 
fresh      ; decomposed      ; captive     ; wild 
Cause of death: I   ll u Ahis    'I-,e e    in' s  . st lied i   r      
to 
acoa-'hi  L.reoe rns irs in sn:e urapWa once. -'in~ed -T. .ack, 
If collected while stll aliVe; did the specimen exhibit'any noticeable weakness

before collecting?  Yes     How?   S t hu4,lled in cornr with torn skin n;
.i 
... ............ ..... 'V  "i s   -et...... 
Laboratory examination: 
Woight:l F. .0 4.5 grams.     Fat          average   X     emaciated 
....  <. .2 i  " (Col, stiff     no" froze    efht   rook) 
How was sex determined? Dissection 
How was age determined? one, _iit, Musculr develoj  nt low, Uaztas relatively

Colors: 
plbmag& or pelage phaso-odditios 
iris'        bill    ........tarsuf'__.... foot 
lqillt- 'None        partial _   _   opplote     -head        neck 
breast       back    .....  'niges      ' coverts ......retrices 
Feathor wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length     112P  ,*.i16 jiIHind foot    8J 
Wing                 ........  Culmen 
Tail 1     !                 Spur 
Tarsus                        Ear  6, 
Autopsy Routine: 
External earasitos                     trachea 
Eyes                                   lungs 
Sinuses                             _ heart 
Mouth                                  liver 
Gullet                                 spleen 
CroQ                                   kidneys 
Provontriculus __pancreas 
Gizzard ...   ._                       gonals 
Duodenum                               internal Darasites 
Il eumn _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _   _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings:   ightin'     octed  3ue to three rali is in tr7 at the se    
i e. 
ost of bloo w s lost ,t tine rtblit     kiile. Cutdoor temprature <2.

Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved, none 
Parts sent to pathologist:        none 
Pathologist's name: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
rPp             eap  e  , 
S -retoro            NODSkn     , 
plce cecy: :  EIREO  BIT1S1 
a  ty  eirei t coiiisa  t aite 
0 eO XI        00 c0e 
- -  ?e    I~r~  di 
Lepecieior condition  At  al Ia  i 
p 1a  :m ad,? I; a.irde?  D; SiCk  elty I etr - pat 
r"-ivas ir  -tlr.aid ? a  a ZEd.;opiv  w 
be o uit collacti  D: ow  __t____1_c__Y______e__teedne_ 
T-re freze St 2:30 on 3/ 
.1~~~t te r. 81:0 g  F ~ va    ie 
 
 

					
				
				
a~~0- 1 t4oaet   4 6~       f Loot 4mm 
',1 S                     min.________ 
r  o ti 
Prts p-resa rved: 0 r. 
a t a o  pa c z  , n___e 
 
 

					
				
				
S ecimen No. 
Skin 'No. 
SPEC IM N RECORD 
Species:        2b  L 
Sex:           _6                        Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:        none 
Collected by:   Ive    . 3s, L&J    I lk, ,i~eoin 
name       ..........................address 
Examined by-    . tr~ei   .s      . 
Sk in  p r ep a r ed  by -:  __._.. .................................. ......
. . . ..... .. 
a.m.               a.m.                a.m. 
Date:      .  .                         __.m. /I / -S :30..  .   . .. _.
_.m,:/7/   -12; Op.m. 
killed              found            received,       examined 
Place collected: J       rff.ron, Lake . Is,  .I E, 1. P l, S   ,Frorit 
:  ... ni/yom) 
'county .........nearest town ......exact location 
Xilled in ro~  , hrot, cover tt one sid. of ro~d, o co flelds 
general surrounding habitat 
Nlack to:  rad       '>ir tr- '. bo f-r     Li's d. 
. .... .specific.conitios at  olldction site 
Specimen: dead ..   , alive..; sick        ; healthy .    , entire x   ;
partial 
fresh   x   ; decomposed ....... .cap.tiv    ;  !wild 
Cause of death:    tvk br c.r ur     . i i      e    rused, hin   lo, broe
, 
(,c >robce, ;i o.cera e .i' .ing fromi  ,ide o2 rabbit. 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before  collecting?  . .. .. .. ..   How?  . . . .. . . ... ...... .. . .
. w7..... .. . . 
Laboratory examination: 
Woight: 1,eO       gras .     Fa" i   ..  . averago.......... einaciatod
"_ 
How was sex determined?    7esticles very lcr~e," 
H ow  w a s  a g e  d et e rm ined ?  .. ..... . .... . . ... ...... . ...
... . .. . .. ..... .. . ... 
Colors: 
plumage or pelage phaseo~dditios 
iris          bill            tarsus           foot    "_       _ 
Moult: None           partial         complete       head.   e, ck 
breast        back        remiges         coverts       retrices 
Foathor wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length              13   /'"Hind  oot   160"*

Wing                           Culmen 
Tail                           Su r.. (,  Spur 
Tarsus                         Ear            3. 75 /16 
Autopsy Routine:-. 
External parasitos         ,  _trachea 
Eyes ___                                lungs 
Sinuses                                 heart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gull et                                 spl een 
Cro_                                    kidneys 
Proventriculus                          pancreas 
Gizzard                                 gonads 1 svollen -v r  large 
Duodenum                                internal oarasitos 
Ileum 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings:          A t i do          ize of   uoca*    HIitL   li   r   u-
the size 
of                   '  foin  o  i,  b U. just               i rior  t 
bliste,     etl. ~'dL~n~rx     ~   21c1W       li1cuid- JIo 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach_ 
Parts preserved:    0o' 
Parts sent to pathologist:     t re rbbit sent to ill Elder 
Pathologistts nrme:     i       ;i or 
Pathologist's report:          e  ,r lo[t oa        U d    oroke    sc.,la

 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No 
SP C I MEN' RE CORD 
Species:    Fox suirel 
Sex:                                      Age:    ' I, 6 II 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: ___ 
Collected by: Ir' V, (s         Lake kil      ,  Si (:n S in 
 .nae                          address 
Examined by:    I 
Skin prepared by: ,______ 
a.m.                a.m.                a.m.               a.m. 
killed               found            received         examined 
Place collected: Jefferso,    ,     lls,  .L ., T.2    . (Lihe of 8.4A 
county          nearest town         exact location J    W1,i. o    .Lw(

ore Ofroul;hLr(I     ric~k,   roK  Jcu t 
general surrounding habitat 
T  e   ,        . , &y    .       x co 
specific conditions at collec-t on site 
Specimen: dead x    ;. alive    - sick     _; healthy   X; entire     X 
   partial     * 
fresh _    _; decompesed         .captive      .wil 
Cause of death:     Vet2 Ie' I, '        run  ver   ,car i  t       Ii rlc
o  i 
April se r_ d 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

b efore  collecting? *  ... .. ' _ ,   Hbw ? . . ........ .... .. .........
... ..... .... . ... . . . . 
Laboratory examinati6n 
Weight: 677.8        grams.   ?.. at-.     .... average" emaciated ....

How was sex determined?     Uisoio.. 
How  was  ago  determined? ..... . _.... ___.. ..._-_.. ...... ... ...........
.. .. 
Colors: .           ..          . 
plumage or pelage phase-oddities 
iris          bill              tarsus           feet 
Moult: None            partial         complete _        head       neck_
   _ 
broast        back          remiges          coverts       retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length 51:       . y0)     Hind foot _      5_____. 
Wing                           Culmen 
Tail 22 s. (97)               Spur 
Tarsus                         Ear           0 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                      trachea 
Eyes                                    lungs 
Sinu ses ..   . . . . ........ .... .. . .. . h eart ..... 
Mou th      .... .. . .  .... ... ..... liv er  __ 
Gullet  __                              spleen  .  ........ 
Crop                                    kidneys 
Proventriculus                          pancreas 
Gizzard ... ..    .. ..     ....    .   gonads_ 
Duodenum                               internal oarasites 
Caeca 
Large intestino 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: _        o__ 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's nme: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin NO. 
SPECIMEN RECORD 
Species:       s t 
Sex:         le                        Age:         t 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: Al i-       d noo.    , olor   J - 
Collected by:   Tr. h:   o: he     -   re   - 
-name         ..    .... .. adcress. 
Examined by:, . 
Skin  prepared  by!  _ .__'_,_  . .. ................................. ....
....._ 
a.m.              a.m.               a.m.              a.m. 
killed             found            received        examined 
Place collected: Jefr, rso'o,   " ills,   .   .IU, S.5 il -;       
  . f-o I sf 
.  county    .... nearest..tQn....  'exact locati.on /.    I 
O ,Li     ..d ...,   si es     esl y. roaCi: o7'  c   e  side 
general surrounding habitat 
.     speci-fic condi.tiqns at cll.ti'On site 
Specimen:-, dead  X ;-.alive .   sick ..,  ;healthy. X;. entire      ; partial

fresh   X  ; decomposed    .  ; cap.tiva. X.; wild 
Cause of death:                             'I u  'r  i) ..,ird       - 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before collecting..... .................................... 
Laboratory examination: ... 
V eight:     .     grams.    Fat            . verage .... .. emaciate  _

How ,sas sex determined?° 1 
How was ago determined? ..    e      " '6 v old (Dec,25,    7>; re-O
  , ht os 
Colors:                  *                    1   V..... .   W1 Coe ;  sti1'

plumage or pelage phase-oddities 
iris         bill            tarsus           feet c 
Moult: None    X     partial         complete       head       neck 
breast       back         remiges         coverts      retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements:   Total length           *     ihnd foot 
Wing   .            ,0         Culmon __ 
Tail ,                         Spur 
Tarsu  s  '   .                Ea r  ...       . .... ... ... 
idle toe -                 1   -  
Autopsy Routine: 
External t-carasitos ......_trachea _                 _    _ 
- yes                 .....    .. .     lungs      1  1 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth    loodj                          liver 
Gullet                                  spleen               -- 
Croo ______,____                     _kidneys 
Proventriculus    .....      .ncreas 
Gizzard   1'.  :r    ve% v it          gonads   L       e, oe brok 
Duodenum                                internal parasites 
Iloum                 ....       .... 
S   Caeca 
Large intestine  
Findings:    ird L -d broken I"ck, co re0ti      i i ti 13 >4ion
iVeroi1 v 
,lose to b      L c .it  o e ox  b/co.e.  "  bl 0o! y  flJ 
* .*!l1: brohexi up., 
Crop contents:    e   U 
Gizzard or stomach:     e  wiht 10.( gr. s 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's n, me: 
Pathologist's report: _ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No, 
Skin "No. 
SPECIM.N RECORD 
Species:     ,                   , 
Sex:           1( <   le               Age:      .... 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches- ____ 
Collected by:                                                   _.In1 ]I~1

name                        -address 
Examined' by:   1      . 
Sk in  p r ep a r ed  by :  ...   .. ............... .....................
...... .. 
.                        a.m. 
Date: i12  8-" -:.m.                                  K '7), '   :1
pMm  c.  u ,/'-,  p.m. 
killed             found            received.       examined 
Place collected:                ii111, .i1             . 7 ,   .. ( . .''A
 f o      ) 
county   .......nearest town      exact location 
general surrounding, habitat 
specific condit-ions -at- collection site 
Specimen: dead  x; alive       ; sick ....;-healthy.    ; entire     ; partial
_ 
fresh   :  ; decOposod __; captiv6       ;wild 
Cause of death:     Sc 'K   ,   > ,,,                      t; I 
If collec-ted .while. still alive., did th_..sp.ecimeneixibit any noticeable
weakness 
before collecting?          How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight: I'          - crams.  Fat    x      average         emaciated 
How was sex determined?  T-u          r c erili-        ie 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
plumngr, or pelage phaseoodditios 
iris       . ill             tarsus          feet 
Moul.t-., None ..  ,  partial .    .... complcte    head _      neck _ 
breast       back .       remigeS..      covorts      retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
11easurements: Total length _     __.      _   Hind foot 
Wing _    _    _     _      _Culmen _        _   _    _   _ 
Tai   _ _ _ _ _ _*    ____....Spur 
Tarsus _    _  _.__             ar 
Autopsy Routine: 
External bdaiasit, s                    trachea 
3yes                                     lungs . r:, 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth                                   liver     e 
Gullet                                  spleen 
~ 6  'r~swet wei *t 
Croo                                   kidneys 
Proventriculus   "___          ....     pancreas 
Gizzard                -               gonads 
Duodenum                                internal Darasites 
Ileum 
Cacca 
Large intestine 
Findings,: 
( alyzed wet -    o  ry eiht) 
Crop contents: I         Il    o     (i   ro    )  II       i  of     l 
     e 
Gizzard or stomach: Dry,}eight - 1                it 9.7        h-; tr.3h
2.F .r  s 
1 kersel of e~ts, 4   or}'uosv s., 2 ;r  e see1, 1 yeller 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist:             o 
Pathologist's name: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SPECIMeIT RECORD 
Species:    P      l0   (-"r 
Sex:                                    Age:           (J Of 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected  by:    Tr~ e ..      * .     i . ...                , 
name .address 
Examined by:      Tr", . 
S k i n   p r e p a r e d   b y : .. .... ... ... . . ... ...... . . .......
. . .. .. 
a.m.              a.m.                a.m. 
Date: 3   i 'll:Ti .  &0         p-.  ..            .. P./M..  P-.: 
 p.m. 
killed              found           received        examined 
Place collected:   J,   rs     L.Cc  11il, L.l4 ET 1. 8 T  S  3 
county        -nearest town        exact location KO   cr    ,ifi) 
general surrounding habitat 
J 111l e   ,,r ut s s   a c             i ii (fus 2 ,:, ,i o l d 
. specific conditions at colleoti'on site 
Specimen: dead      ; alive x-; sick      ; healthy   x; entire       ; partial

fresh       ; decomposed     ,; captive     ; wild 
Caus. of death;         e     ir      i      : .r        ,     . 11 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before collecting?           How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight: 1-,        'grams.     Fat          average          emaciated 
How was sex determined? 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
plumage or pelage phaso-edditios 
iris, -.     bill             tarsus          foot     :_: 
IQu.Olt: Nono.       partial _    _complete         hoad .   .. nock  ._

broast       back.         remiges   __    coverts     rotrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length _______,         _Hind foot 
Wing   1C                      Culmen    1. 
Tail       * ,    y     >      Spur 
Ta rsus                        E . ~ar ____________ 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasitos .........._trachea _ 
.   y e s  l... . ... . ...... . .. . . .... .. . .  lu ng s _ - 
Sinuses                                 heart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gullot. __                              spleen, 
Croo                                   kidneys 
Proventriculus                     -    pancreas 
Gizzard                                 gonads 
Duodenum                                internal parasites 
Il eu m   _ _ _ _.. .. . . . .. .... . . . . ...... 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents'; 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist' s name: 
Pathologist' s report: _ 
 
 

					
				
				
. Specimen No. __ 
Skin No. 
SPECIMEN RECORD 
Species: 
Sex: ___Age:                                            
	
				
Moasuroments. Total length _____"_____       Hind foot 
Wing      '3                  Oulmen __       __      __ 
Tail  _______.,..___         Spur   II 
.   Tarsus-.  yG,...                 _Ear, 
ju i                   - 
Autopsy Routine:. 
... .. ..........  zt orng4  p ra si t  s  ____________  traqhea ________

.   Eyes .                                lungs 
Sinuses                               heart 
Mouth                                 I ivor 
Gullet                                spleen 
Croo  "_____.       .. .. .. . .._"_.. .. ...... .. .......kidneys
 _ _ _ 
Provontriuu ....                      pancre s _crcas 
Gizzard.                              gonads ;..       . 
Duodenum _      _      __             internal oarasites 
I leum -.. . . ... . . 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings:    .t                                                 1,%I! 
'Crop contents:         .> .    .      *               ii,         , 
Gizzard or stomach: ,e        - .       13.1   ,.* r      i ( % It  i  7.7

C S  *  ]                     . " i'< , 
Parts preserved: _   o__ 
Parts sent to pathologist: __.__ 
Pathologist's nme: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

				
      
      
				
				
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Specimen No.   14 
Skin No. 
SPDCIQ EN RECORD 
Species-, 
S    _ex: _Age: 
Bands., feather-mrks, toe-punches: ..... .. 
Collected by,:         l 
na e                   .     addres s 
Examined by:                  I, 
Sk-in  prepared  by :         ... ... .. ........... .... 
1:20a. m,            a.m.               a.m.              a.m. 
Date:   -J-4    p.m.              ..m. ..m.                            p.m.

killed             found           received         examined 
Place collected:                                 )3  4.,.. 
county         nearest town      exact location 
go-noral su oundin-hao i ta t 
sP eccific co ditions 4t eol1e tion site 
Specimen: dead      ; alive I; sick       , healthy       entire     ; partial

fresh _       decomposed _____; cabtive     ;wild 
Cause  of  death:  _ _ _-_..................._. 
If collected while still alive, did the .specirn.en.exhibit any noticeable
weakness 
before collectingl          How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight: ,          grams.     Fat           average         emaciated 
How was sex determined? 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
iris _       bill,           tarsus,         :foot 
ouflt:  None    V/   partial ..... complete ... :head          nock 
breast   __  back         remiges         coverts  -   retrices 
Feather wear _____ 
 
 

					
				
				
Measuroments; Total length                     Hind foot 
Wing                           Culmen      d 
Tail1                         Spur_____________ 
Tarsus                         Ear 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                      trachea 
Eyes                                    lungs 
Sinuses                                 heart 
Mouth      ......_                      liver     * 
Gullet, ..    ...                       spleen 
Cro.)                                _   idncys 
Proventriculus                           ruercas 
Gizzard                                 gonads 
Duodenum                                internal parasitos 
Ilieum 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: -7                .  .        .. 
I -t   L     j      ')- 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's name: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
S;2 ecimern No. 
Skin rNo. 
SPECIMEN RECO , 
Species: 
S ex :  . . ._                    __...A g e : __ __........._ __... . .........
... 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected. by:             ,, .....jD... 
.                     e     address 
Examined by:                 _ 
Shin prepared by:      . 
a.   .      '"'  I' a[M.               a.m.             a.m. 
Date:         .m.           ,).m.                    .m.              p.m.

killed             found            receive.       examined 
P-Lace collectedt          . 
cotinty        ne .res' town      exact location 
general surrounding habitat 
,..specific cond tioas at coll ction site 
Specimen: dead__; alive__-' ; sic         ;   aithy  -f   entire  '; partial

fr; ,sh  t/; decouposod      ; captive: .; Wild 
Cause of death: ...__ 
if collected while still alive, did the speciven oxhibit any noticeable weakness

b ofore  collect ingl       ' H ow ?  ...... . .. .... . .....................
..... . ... . .. . . 
LTab6'ratory cxaminat ion 
Weight:   ..   ....  grams.   Fat . ......  Average  . .... emaciated .....

How was so- dotrriined? 
H ow  wa s  age  determ ine d?  . .. .. ... .... ... ..... .. .. .........
... . ... .. ..... 
Colors: 
plumage or polage phase-oddities 
iris         bill            tarsus           foot _  ____ 
oul:     o           partial         comploto       hcad       necc 
brerst      back         remiges         coverts      retrices 
Fethor wear  C 9 
 
 

					
				
				
Mcasuroments:   Total length                  .Hind foot 
Wing   .                       Culmen __-    ____..., 
Tril                  ____ 1spur          I   1   . 
Tarsus                              ___________ 
Autopsy Routine: 
External   arasios             ,        trachea_ 
.. ...__yes_            _  _ _ _  lungs      _ 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gull ot                                 sploen 
Crop                                   kidneys 
Proventriculus _      _      _      _     ncreas 
Gizzard                                go na. s 
Duodenum                                internal oarasitos 
I leum 
Cacca 
La.rge intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
_____I.0 
Gizzard or stomach:                           . 
Parts preserved:                  "., 
P.rts sent to Pathologist:                  _       _   _    _     _    
_ 
Pathologist' s n___mo__ 
Pathologist s report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Siecimen No. 
Shin No. 
SP PNC IKZN RECORD 
Species: 
Sex: ____Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:    4 
Collected by: 
'        name  ..   .    .. ... .  ...address 
Examined by:' 
Skin  p repared 'by :       .. . . ..... . ............ . ... . .. .. . 
a.m.              a.m.               a.m.              a.m. 
Date:  J1 _   2.m.              "n   M. m.. ,      ,  m.           
 p.m. 
killed             found           received.        examined 
Place collected:           . 
county         nearest tovwn      exact location 
,eneral surrounding habitat 
sp)ecific condit'ons at collection site 
Specimen: dead       aliVe     * sic!:    ; healthy ..     ntiro     ; partial

fresh   -  ; decomposed _____; captive      ; wild 
C au s e  o f  d ea th : . _ _ _ _. .... .. . . . ............. ..............
.......... ... .... . ... 
If collected while still -alive, did the spocimon exhibit any apticoablo
wealcness 
before collecting? __       How? 
Laborator  oxamination: 
ieight:            F q   .rams.  Fat      average          emaciated 
How was sex determined? 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
pliimago or colago phaso-bdditios 
iris  .. . .. . bill        ..... tarsus  .. . . . fobt  _ 
Moult:  None    V    partial _       complote ..... hed    .... ock 
.breast       back         romiges ...., _ covort.s.   retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measuroments:   Total length                    Hind foot 
Wing      _____          __     Culmen 
T*i                      spur___ 
larsus                          E ar _____________ 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasi t "s                    trachcea 
,y e s                                  lungs 
Sinuses                                 heart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gule t ________________spleoen________ 
Crop_                                   kidneys 
Proventriculus                          pancreas 
Gizzard _o naIls 
Duodenum                            _      Thtrnal earasitos 
I leum 
Caeca _ 
La-rge intestine 
Findings : 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's nofme : 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
STecimen No. 
Sk:in No. 
SPECImT RECORD 
Species: 
Sex: __Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe nches:             44  A    i0  - 
Collected by:        ~k~~r 
nam e                         address 
Examined by: 
Skin prepared by: 
a. m.              a.m.               a.m.              a.m. 
Date: 1619-      p.m.                                  p. m.            p.m.

killed,             found           receive,        examined 
Place collected: 
county          nearest town       exact location 
.;eneral surrounding habitat 
specific condftions at collection site 
Specimen: dead      ; alive I ; si         ; healthy       entire   _; partial

fresh      ; decomposed       ; cantive      ; wild 
C a u s e  o f  d ea t h :   . ..... . .. ... . ... .... ...... .. .....
... ... . . ..... ..._ 
If collected while stll alive, did tho specimen exhribit, any noticeable
weakness 
before collecting? __,1      How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Wight:             grams.     Fat _   __    average         emaciated 
How was sex determined,? 
How was ago determined? 
Colors: 
plumage or pelago phase-oddities 
iris  . .... .  bill  __ .. ......  tarsus  _ _ ftot  " 
Moult : 1one  _C /  partial  ... . complcte .....  head     neck 
breast       back .......  remiges .    ... coverts     retrices 
Feather wear _     _       ,   _     _ _,_, 
 
 

					
				
				
1
	
				
Specimen No. 
SP~ECI .BRECORD            Skin No. 
Species: 
Sex:         ~L.                         Age:         ........... 
31ands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected  by:        "    .                . 
name                          address 
Examined by: 
Skin prepared by.. 
aa :a.m.                               a.M.              a.m. 
Date:      .| '   '-4.m.            mm:.p m .. ................... m  ....
 .  m. 
aDIM. 
killed              found            received         examined 
Place  collected. . .....:.... 
Co...  unty         nearest. t.oxvn .......exa~ct.locati6n   ': 
g;eneral surrounding habitat 
specific co'iditoz  lt011 Act io ns it e 
Specimen: dead        alive L . s            healty         e 
'      s ck  .. ... ..>  h al t   .   <  ; ..  n ~ ir e  p a r t iSa
l 
fresh    '; d-ceQPos.et 
Cause of death: 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit a      n 
before collecting?        .    How? .                        a...  noticeable
weakness 
Laboratory oXamihation: 
Weight: 'grams.                 Pat       .. average ...... emaciated 
How  was  ,ex  determined? . ..... IQ ____.................. .. ...... ...__

How was age detrmined. 
C o l o r s :  .                . 
plumage or Delag phaso-oddit-os 
iris         -bl      _______  tarsus          foot 
Moult                 partial         complete        head -     ho__ neck
-______ 
br-ast -      ba---7       remiges        covrts ___.r..tricos 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
i,.easurernents:  Total  longt' _______  Find  foot__________ 
Wing    ____ __  Culmen ____________ 
Tai       _ _k  Spur  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Tarsus  E___________   ar  _______________ 
Autopsy R~outine: 
Ex t erna m- rsi  s__________  trachee _________ 
ny os  __________________ lungs  _________ 
Sinuses              heart_______ 
Mlouth  ____________________liver  _________ 
Gullat  ____  __________spleen ________ 
Cr eo  _____________________ idneys  ___ ____ 
Proventriculus  ___________i~ees ________ 
G 0zzard  g_____________  gonad -s  ________ 
-Duodenum  ___________ ____irtornal parasitos 
Ilem  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Caoca __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Large intostine  ______   __ 
Findings:______________________________ 
Crop contents: ________________________________ 
Giz~ard or stomach:_________________________ ___ 
Parts preservedi:_____________________________ 
Pa rts  sent  to  pathologist.: _____________ _____________ 
Patholegi  t s nonem: ____________________________ 
PathI'ologist' s report: _______________________________ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SPDCIMEN RECORD 
Species: 
Sex:    ._      _ _  _    _.__          Age:. 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: __ 
Collected by:' 
name                          address 
Examined by: 
Skin Prepared by: 
a.m.               a.m.               a.m.              a.m. 
Date:      .    .m.                p.m.                'am.             p.m.

killed              found           received         examined 
Place collected:                  yF           9    0--- 
county         nearest town        exact location 
goneral. surrounding habitat 
s..eciic conditiWs at'4olloction site 
Specimeni dead...   ; alive    ; sick     ; healthy      ; entire       partial

fresh        decomposed _        captive     ; wild       - 
Cause of death: 
If collected while still alive, did the spoc imen oxh ibit any noticeable
weakness 
before  collecting?  .,,     How?             .....___ __ ..........___...
... 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight:   Jj]       grams.    Fat          average          emaciated 
How was sex determined?                  *__ 
How  was  age  determined?              .  ....... ......  . .. ... . . .

Colors: 
pluma6 6 r  olago phase-oddities 
iris .. . .... till .... ......   tarsus       foot 
'Moult: None        " partial  ...... complete       head .___neck,

..breast   "  back ....  ... remiges ......   coverts    retrices 
Feathor wear ..... 
 
 

					
				
				
v 
~easuroments:   Total longth     C              Hind foot 
Wing                            Culmcn 
Tail                    ____Spur 
Tarsus                          Ear 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                     trachea 
Eyes                                _   lungs_ 
Sinuses                                 heart _._art 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gul lot                                sploen 
Cro .                                   kidneys 
Proventriculus                          pa___ ncreas 
Gizzard                                 gonads 
Duodenum                       _     _internal aarasitos 
I leum 
Ceca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Giz7ard or stomach:            c        -) ....__- 
Parts preserved: _      _     _..              .._               _    _ 
  _ 
Parts sent to -pathologist:        "... 
Pathologist's nrme: 
Patholo.ists report:                            -01 
 
 

					
				
				
				
				
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Specimen No. _ 
Skin No._ 
PEIMEN-R-CORD 
Spec'ies: 
Sex:  _  _    __ _ _  _   _   _   _   .  Age:  ___                _   . 
Bands,  feather-marks,   e-punches.: ......................_______.___ 
Collected by:. 
nam                    address 
Examined by: 
Skin prepared by: 
a.m.        .      am      .    ..    a ..           a.m. 
Date   4lq j.3a.m.                 p.m.                p.m.             
 .m. 
-'killed              found ...... _-received .xamined 
Place collected                                    - 
county          nearest town        exact location 
....   eeral. surrounding ihabta     - 
specific conditions al collection site 
Specimen: dead        alive       sick     * healthy ..    ente         
partial 
fresh    .7 ; decomposed       ; captive     ; wild 
Cause of death: 
ause of death:  ^ .............  ".......................................
  :  " 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen ekxllibi'a   noticoable
weakness 
before collecting?.. .ow? 
Laboratory examination:. 
Weight:    -3 (0... grams.. ... Fat    "/_ average       .   emaciated
  .___ 
How was -sex. dot erminedM1 
How was. age dot.ermined?                          .. 
Colors:_ ...... 
plumage or pelage pha~o-odditios 
iris          bill            t arus            oct . 
Moult: None        7 partial .    _.... cmpiot6 - --'- head     nec k  _

breast . .  ... back .......   remigea ... ... c6vert ..  retrices 
Feathor woar 
 
 

					
				
				
111easuroments: Total length    a   O 6.Ag.     Hind foot 
Wing __     4          ,     Culmen         7;k,_ZV. 
Tai 1  _____       _._          Spur                 . 
~arsus    1                    Bar ____________ 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites     ,                trachea 
E- ye s                                 lungs 
Sinuses -_heart_ 
Mouth                                   liver. 
Gullet                                  spleen  .... __ _... . . 
Crop ___idneys 
Proventriculus _     _pancroas 
Gizzard                                 gonacls 
Duodenum                                internal parasites 
Ileum 
large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist' s nr,_mo: 
Pathologist' s report-: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Sn kin No. 
SPECIMENT RECORD 
Species: 
Sex:  _ _ _  _ _  _ _  _ _ _  _ _  _  __Age:   _  _ _ _  _ _  _ _  _ _ _
 _ _  _ 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:                     Q. o @     LDC.3 
             7 
Collected by:        4 
name                       ... address. 
Examined by:-- 
Skin prepared by:. 
a.m.               a.m.                a.m.               a.m. 
Date:    7      .m    "            p.m     ....l..l.               
     p.m. 
killed              found            received          examined 
Place collected:'i2A~,                                       ~SA 
county        . near.est tovn.      'exact location 
genral surrunding habitat 
specific .,conditions .at c,.oj.hc6tion site 
Specimen: dead        alive       sick       .healthy- ..  ; entire     
 partial 
frosh 7       ; decomposed  .    captive    ;   wild   - 
Cause of death: 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before  collecting?           How?  .............. ..... . ..................
. . . . 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight:        -AX  grams.      Fat____         oa&____eaitd        
      __ 
How  was  sex  determined?  .............................. __ ______ __ ....__
._ 
How was age determined? 
Colors':                                                              - 
plumage or   olage~haso.qodditios 
iris   -   -,b__ill ______tarsus                f-eet_________ 
,.o4ult:  None ____arilcompltJ                      Ioad ___neck        
 - 
breast        back          remiges         coverts       retrices 
Feathor wear 
 
 

					
				
				
ioasuroments:  Total length                  Hind foot 
Wing                           Culmen 
Tail                           Spur _   -"7 __. 
Tarsus  __ __  __ _  __ _   _  Ear  ........       . .. 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasitos                      trachea__ 
Ey e s                                  lungs 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth "_liver 
Gullet                                  spleen 
Cro_                                   kidneys 
Proventriculus                     ........ pancreas 
Gizzard                                gona',s 
Duodenum                                internal parasitos 
Ileum 
Caoca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: ....     4_ 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's name: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skin No. 
SPE40,14N RECORD 
Species: 
Sex:                                   Age: 
Bands,  feather-marks,  toe-punches: ___ ....... ______________, _________,__

Collected by: 
Examined by: 
Skin prepared by: 
a.m.              a.m.                a.m.             a.m. 
Date9AAAp      I p.m.             p.m.              .m.                p.m.

killed             found            received        examined 
county         nearest t 6i .     exac  locatiOn 
.gene2  surrounding habitat. 
i-n site 
Specimen: dead      ; alive .    sick     " healthy     ; entire   
   partial    ; 
f rosh     ;decomposed'       ; captivd'    ;wild 
Cause of death: 
If collected while still alive$ didthe epecimen-exhibit ..any zoticoable
weakness 
before collectingl   4      How? 
LaboratorZ examination: 
Weight:,       1 - grams.     Fat _average                 emaciated 
How was sex determined? 
How was age determined? 
Colors : 
plumage or pelage phaso-oddities 
iri s  ... . ...   b ill,    ta rsu s  ..... fo et   _ _ -__ _ _. .. . ..._

MouIt   'onN ne____  partial -_-    complete  ... ho'd       neck       
- 
breast''     back ........remiges......covert.        ret.rices- 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length         -          Hind foot 
Wing              "   -       Culmen          - 
Tail                  __--__ Spur    __ 
Tarsus ___________            Ear     . 
Autopsy  Routine:                       ...... ... ... .... 
Externalpa risitfes ..... __          t "choa 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth                                  liver 
Gullet                                 spleen 
Cro3 ___                                idnoys 
Proventriculus .pancrbas 
Gizzard                                gonads 
Duodenum                              " internal Darasites 
S I leum             . .. ....... . ....___ __   __ __ __ _ __ __ __ _ 
Caoca 
Large intestine 
Findings:        4-       -ia      -'  -4      La     4   1,4-.J 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's name: _    . 
Fathologist' s report.:_____________________________ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimeh No. 
Skin No. 
SPECIYMN RECORD 
Species: 
Sex:                                    Age- 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected by:        ~Io~ 
name                           address 
.-xamined by:         AL      i.         ...        . 
Skin prepared by: 
a.m.               a.m.                 a.m.              a.m. 
Date: ,cLA    ' |p.m.               p.m. .  ...m.                       
  p.m. 
killed              found            received          examined 
Place collected: 
county          near est 'town     exact location 
general surrounding habitat 
s.pecfid c o.nditions at oolecti on site 
Specimen: dead        alive     ; sick      ; healthy        entire     
; partial _ 
fresh       ;decmpsd           captive         wild 
Cause of death: 
If collected while still alive, -didthe specimen' exhibit any- noticoable
weaknuess 
before collecting? ,          How? 
Labora tory examination: 
Weight:             grams.      Fat     C>    average          emaciated

How was sex determined? ____. 
How was age determined? __________________________ 
Colors:                            ,.           . ...                   
    . 
..                .        umage orpelage. phas -oddities 
itris____ bil       ______-tersiis              feet    j* 
Moult:   Ton- .       partial. -...omplet.e            head :     neck 
b~res   ...back    ....... remiges ........coverts      retrices 
Feather wear ._..._ 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length F15", 0       -       Hind foot 
Wing      'A 3_____     ....    Culmon _      _    _     _, 
Tail _    _   _  _   _     __Spur       _  _   _   _  _   _   _ 
Tarsus                          Ear     ...     ... 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasite s     ........... ..   trachea 
Eyes                                     lungs 
Sinuses                                  heart 
Mouth                                    liver 
Gullet                                   spleen 
Crok idneys 
Proventriculus                           pancreas inrcs 
Gizzard                                  gonals 
Duodenum                                 internal ioarasites 
Ilaum 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved:     ,__........... 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's nmo: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Shin No. 
SPECIMEN RECORD 
Species:                             - 
Sex:         r.r       ..     .          Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: ____    .____    __   _     _    _   
 _ 
Collected by: 
address 
Examined by: 
Skin prepared. by:. 
a.m.               a.m.                a.m.               a.m. 
Date:   2\ .,...  . Is              p.mP...........p.m,                 
p.m. 
killed              found            received          examined 
Place collected: 
county ....   _,nearest.. town     exact' location 
gekral surrounding habitat 
.specific, conditions at cohecti on site 
Specimen: dead.       alive ..  . sick      healthy.     ,enti re      partial
_ 
fresh       "decomposed ...; captiv6       '    wl(d' 
Cause of death: 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

b ofore  collec' ting?  i     How ?  ......... . .. .............. .... ..
..... ... ... ... . 
-aborat6ry '.xamina ti.on:. :-,                .. .... 
Weight: 4   /   jgrams.       Yat _____aveor a ge, o ___     6imaciat d _

HoW' was sex determined? 
How was age deterniinod?_ 
C6lors:....... 
plumage or pelago phasq-odit'ies 
irsbill _____tarsus                f____      Cot-________ 
Moult: None      /    partial          complete       head    .. neck,. 
breast        back          remiges         coverts       retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length                   - Hind foot 
Wing        2 f D              Culmon          A,--- 
Tail 1                                         AU I T 
Tar su s                  .    ar  .. . ....... . ..... . ........_ 
Autopsy Routine: 
External pa rasitos ....... ......_trachea 
E1yes  _ _ _ _ _ _ _  _ _ _ _  _ _ _  _ lngs  _ _  _ _ _  _ _ _ 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth                                  liver 
Gullet                                  spleen 
Cro?                                   kidneys 
Provontriculus . .. ....___ -... .. ...... panAcreas ..... 
Gizzard                                gonads 
Duodenum                                internal parasitos 
Ileum                    ..   . .  . . . .. 
Caeca 
Lv,.rge intostino 
Findings:. 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist!s nmo: 
Pathologist's report: __                                     _ 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No.      0 8 
Skin No. 
SPECIMEN RECORD 
Species: -    *_                 __-- 
Sex:     ,_   ,,_ _ _ _ _-_ _L ....   _  Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches :..     . 
Collected by:                 a,.      , ... 
Examined by: 
Skin prepared by: 
a.m.                a.fn,               a.m.-              a.m. 
Date:   .  |   :p.m.                 p.m.                 P.m.          
   p.m. 
killed              .found    "       received          examined 
Place collected:                    V   'Z                     , 
county          nearest town         exact location 
_ ..gonoral su~r ounding habitat 
specific conditions at cllecti on site 
Specimen: dead       ; alive     ; sick      ; healthy ..     entire    
 ; partial 
fresh __; decomposed              captive        'Wild 
Cause of death:        ~      A 
If collected while still alive, Aid thd'pocimon- exhibit anynoticoable. weakness

before collecting,            . How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight: ./           grams.      Fat _         average           emaciated

How was sex determined?      ...._                 _    _    _     _   _
   _ 
How was ag..,termined? 
Colors:. 
pliimae b1r pelago phasd-oditios 
iris          bill              tarsus .     .   focot. ______.        _

Moult:   None          partial ..... complete .         head .   .neck _

breast        'back ....... remiges ......   coverts-',    retrices 
Feather wear ______ 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length.                      Hind foot 
wing    ___         __       _Culmen _       _    __       __ 
Tail       -33Spur____ 
Tarsus _Ear 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                       trachea 
Eyes                                     lungs 
Sinuses                                  heart 
Mouth                                    liver 
Gullet                                   spleen 
Cro__                                    kidneys 
Proventriculus                           p pancreas 
Gizzard,                                 gonads 
Duodenum                                 internal parasitos 
Ileum 
Cacca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's namo: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen'No.   " I 
Skin No. 
Species: 
Sex : .                                   Age- .. .. . ... . ......__   
  _ __ _ 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:       ,_    _    _    _   .   _   _ _.

Collected by: 
.. ...e ...                  a ddress i 
Examined by: 
Skin prepared by: 
/oa.m.        ...a.   m                   a..m.    -        a.m. 
Date:             p.m.              p.m.                p.m.            
 p. .. 
killed,              found            rec.eived        examined 
Place collected.     :        .   ...          +j       ,+OOx e-" 
county          nearest town         exact location 
... .general.  r.ding habitat 
spcoat                     llectign site 
Specimen: dead   -.    alive       sick  -.   healthy         entire    
  partial 
fresh   v1; decomposed          ; captive      ; wild 
Cause of death: 
If collected while still alive," didth   spocimen exhibit any noticeable
weakness 
before collecting?        <   How? 
Laboratory examination:                                              ...._
_ 
Weight:    I    '    grams.     Fat ......    average.          emaciated

How was sex determined? ___        ___.__...                          ......

How was age determined? 
Colors: 
pumage or' e~lago phaso-odditios 
iris"____ bill''",___          tarsus 
Mouflt:  None .....   . partial .... comple-         head        neck , 
breat .   .  back __......  remiges ....... covorts      retrices 
Feathdr wear                  . 
 
 

					
				
				
11easuroments: Total length                    Hind foot 
Wing   3__     _   _   _  _     Culmen _   _   _   _  _   _  _ 
Tai1         41 O/W w,          Spur__________ 
Tarsus        I                 E . ar 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                      trachea 
Eye s                                   lungs 
Sinuses                                 heart 
Iouth                                 ...... livr . .... 
Gullet                                  . spien_   _ 
Croo                . ......       ... .  kidney s ... ... ... ._ 
Proventriculus pcras 
Gizzard                                 gonads 
Duodenum                                internal Darasites 
Ileum 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist' s nnmo: 
Pathologist's repor't: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No.    2  - 
Skin No. 
SPEGIMEN RECORD 
Species: 
Sex:                                      Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches:                   - 
Collected by:         .      _ 
name   .ddress 
Examined by: 
Skin prepared by: 
Va. m.               a.m.                a.m.               a.m. 
Date:ck2,)      .m.                 pm. ..P...                          
p.m. 
killed               found            received.        examined 
Place collected:                  ' 
county   n....6est town              exact location 
general surroundintabitaV 
'p§ecific condi-tiens at colle'd"ion site 
Specimen: dead       ; alive      s6ik .    heAlthy"-       entire 
    ; partial__ 
fresh _/__    decomposed _____. captive        , wild 
Cause of death: .             ... 
If collected while still, alive, did. the,.specimen .exhibit any noticoable
weakness 
before collecting?    ,       How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight: gJ L fl       9rams.     Fat   V"     average       __ emaciated
   __ 
How  was  sex  determined? .. .__.......____  __ __ __  __ __  __ ___.._",

How was age determined? 
Colors: 
..plumage or.polaga. phaso-oadi"ios. 
--iris .    . bill ...tarsus.             ..   feet. 
Moult:   None ....._   partial _____ .complete. ... hach    . _     neck'
_____ 
..breast ..... back         ... romiges      .coverts, -,     . retrices
._. 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
M asuroments: Total length                    Hind. foot 
.   Wing                         Culmon      ,   g A-   - 
Tail                          Spur        9          - 
Ta rsus    1E/4A.i             ar____________ 
Autopsy Routine: 
Zxternal .parasites                   trachoa 
.yo as.                                lungs 
Sinuses                               heart 
Mouth _                               liver 
Gullet                                spleen 
Cro__                                 kidnoys 
Proventriculus                        pancreas 
Gizzard               gonads 
Duodenum                              internal parasites 
I leum 
Caeca 
Largo intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's nr'mo: 
.Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. _-_ 
Skin No. 
SPEC AEN RECORD 
Species: 
Sex:  .....__       _  ___-_     __-_     Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: 
Collected by:, _a, 
name                           -address - 
Examined by:            70L 
Skin prepared by: 
 a.m.             a.m.                 a.m.              a.m. 
Date:  ...   .                                 ...  .  ...              
  p.m. 
.killed              f :ound           received.        examined 
Place collected: ....,               C,js tw         e   ti 
county       .tow..                  exact 
general surrounding habitat 
~~~~~~~~~.................... .............. sei~  od..in  a  elect  fis

spoclflc condi-tions-,at rollecti q> site 
Specimen: dead       ; alive    
	
				
Measurements: Total length 5-0*                Hind foot 
Wing  ,__,  ____   _____"_     Culmon  _ ,    _   _-_, 
Tail                   ____    Spur       j 
Tarsus 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                      trachea _ 
Eyes _        _       __                lungs 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gullet                                  spleen 
Cro?                                   kidneys 
Proventriculus                          pancreas 
Gizzard                                gonais 
Duodenum                                internal parasites 
Ileum 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist:                   ........ 
Pathologist's nrmo: 
Pathologist's report: __, 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
SPECIEN                    Sin R ECOR 
Species: 
Sex: .                                    Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches: _        _...... 
Collected by: ..                                       adi...s. 
Examined by: 
Skin prepared by: 
.M.                a.m.                 a.m.              a.m. 
Date:    21 .     ,m.        ...     p.m.                p.m.           
 p.m. 
killed               found            received.        examined 
Place collected:.. )..                                          , 
county          nearestQn .... exact location 
general s'rrounding habitat 
*  : '  '.. . .. ...  s~c$¢ C..on i~t¢ s'.t. cl@ lecti'qn  site

Specimen.: dead      ; alive   /;  hi:     ; healtby     ;, 6ntire      ;
partial 
fresh        decomposed..       ; captive .   ; wild    .* 
Cause of death:                  .. 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before  collecting?  ... How?                     ...... 
Laboratory oxamintion:. 
Weight:              grams.-    Fae ....... avorgo _        _   emaciated

How  wa s  sex  deter m in ed?  _'_ .. .___",___......._._. ...._ _._...,__
.. ......... 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
plumage or pelage phaso-odditios 
iris          bill             tarsus  ._____  ._  foot  ._____   ...  .

Moult: None            partial         completo        head.,      mock _

breast        back          remiges         coverts,.     retrices 
Fetthor woar   ..... 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements:   Total length.       Z i    I V .  Hind foot 
Wing _____                    Culmen          3 
Tail ___________Spur ____________ 
Tarsus        1/Ear                  _____________ 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasites                     trachea 
Eyes                                    lungq4..... 
Sinuses                                 heart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gullet                                  spleen 
Crop                                    kidneys   _. 
Proventriculus               p...       . pancreas 
Gizzard                                 gonads 
Duodenum                                internal parasites 
Ileum  __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _  _ _ _ _ _  __ _ _ _ _ _ _  _ _  _ _ 
Caeca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologistt s name:_ 
Pathologist' s report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specim.en No. 
Skin No. 
SPECIMEN RECORD 
Species: 
Sex:                                   Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, te-punc es: ___ 
Collected by: 
ne      .                    address 
Examined by: 
Skin prepared by: 
a.m.              a.m.               a.m.              a.m. 
Date:             M. /m 
Da ep"       o m.    "  .. . ...  ,m,.......... .. ..  p.m.:  
  "'  p.m. . 
killed     .       found           received.        examined 
Place collected:                 T., 
county         nearest town      exact"16cation 
geneval sur ounding habitat 
-spec    ic. conditionti at .colAlt1 on sitf 
Specimen: dead      ; alive    ; ,si-ck   ; healthy-. . ; ehtire     ; partial

fresh   V  ; decomposed       ; captive     ; wild. 
Cause of death: 
If colleated while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticeable weakness

before  collecting ?        How?    ... ......... ................. .....
. .. ... . . ... .. 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight:          .rams.       Fat '___     average .... o..a.    it6d__ 
How was sex determined? 
How  was  age  determined?  _/_"__......_ ...._ ............ ... ..
............. 
Colors: 
... . .  pumage or pelage phaso-o ddietis 
iris ...... ..  bill         tarsus           fOet  * 
Moult': NoDie .      partial         complete       head    ., nock 
breast       back         remiges         coverts "    retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measuroments: Total length                    -Findfoot 
Wing~      2   IS  0         ulmen _______ 
Wing                          ' 
Taqil         ISpur,____________ 
Tarsus        16r , 
Autopsy Routine:. 
E~ternal  parasitos              ...........  trachea ... .. _" 
Eyes                                    lungs 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth                                  liver 
Gullot                                  spleen 
Croo __idneys 
Proventriculus                         pancreas 
Gizzard,                               gonads 
Duodenum                                internal parasites 
Ileum 
Caoca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathplogist's nrame: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
*Specimen No.      I 
Skin No. 
SPEC IMN RECORD 
Species: 
Sex:    ,__       _   _  _    _   _    _  Age:  _     _     _     _    _
    _ 
3ands, feather-marks, .oel        s,       -        7 
Collected by: 
name,                          addr e s s 
Examined by: 
Skin prepared by: 
a  m.              a.m.       am.                        a.m. 
Date:  'tJ    / p.m,                 P.M.                P.m.           
  p.m. 
killed               f.u~n            received        examined 
'Pla ce collected:                                        . 
county          nearest town         exact location 
genr61  surrod~in~habitat 
sDecific conditions at collection site 
Specimen: dead   _     alive       sick .     healthy LX;     entire  7;
partial __; 
fresh       * decomposed        ; captive      ; wild   L 
Cause of detW:                      ... t 
If "collected while btill-alive 'did thidspbciten exhibit anry noticeable
weakness 
before collecting? _          How?...... 
Laboratory examination: 
SWeight: _           grams.     Fat     I_     average  ....    emaciatod

How was sex determined? 
How was age determined? 
Colors: 
plut;gt or p lago phaso-odditios 
iris.-. bill-, tars                              foot 
Mcet:N~~'____    prtiaP l      o-'ct             head ___neck____ 
brbast ..--   back ........ reiniges       coverts .     retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measurements: Total length                     Hind foot 
Wing               ________Culmon _ 
Tai1l___                       Spur -___________ 
Tarsus  E________             Ear .... 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasitos _S                   trachoa 
Eye s                                   lungs 
Sinuses                                heart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gullot                                  spleen 
Croo                                   kidneys 
Proventriculus                          pancreas 
Gizzard                                goxiacls 
Duodenum                                internal parasites 
Ilieum 
Caoca 
Lerge intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist' s nw:mo: 
Patholog'ist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
-            , ........ .... ... . .. Sk i  n  11o . 
SPECIMEN RECORD 
Species: 
Sex:  .                                  Age:  ____ .........____,____ 
Bainds, feather-marks, toe-punches:________________________ 
Collected by:         e ,                         . 
me .adress 
Examined by: 
Skin prepared- by:. 
a.m.               a.m.                a.m.             a.m. 
Date:    ,T.     P..m.             p .M..              p.m. -    .      
p.m. 
killed              found            received        examined 
Place collected:                     .    .. . 
county   ... nea rsot tpwn         exact location 
'general surrounding habitat 
.. .................. .. specific conditions at collection site 
Specimen:, dead   .; alive .V....sick   .; health.        ; entire     ;
partial 
fresh   I   ; decomposed. ;.   captive    :< .*ild 
Cause of death: 
If collected while still alive, did the specimen exhibit any noticoable weakness

before  collecting?  ..      How? .. .... .. . . ............... . ........
... . . . 
Laboratory oxamination . 
Weight:                        ' gams .  Fat ,arage,,        emaciated ....

How was sex determined? ... 
How  was  ag e determined?  __....__  _................         . ....  
.  . 
doior.     .  s 
plumage or pelage phase-odditios 
iris          bill            tarsus           foot ;___..__, 
Aoult: None _         partial         complete       head ....neck _ 
breast        back         remiges         coverts       retrices 
Feather wear         A       . 
 
 

					
				
				
Measuromentsi Total length                    Hind. foot 
Wing ________.....__          Culmon     T          " 
Tail  ___ ___ __   ........   Spur  _  _    _  _   _  _   _ 
Tarsus                         ar 
Autopsy Routine: 
External parasitos                    trachea 
Eyes                                  lungs 
Sinuses                               hoart 
Mouth                        ........... . liver 
Gullet                      ...........  spleen 
Cro3J                            -    Id dnoys 
Proventriculus                        pancroas 
Gizzard                               go  ns 
Duodenum                              internal oarasitos 
Ilcum 
Caeca 
Large intestinc 
Findings: 
Crop contents: 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts preserved: 
Parts sent- to pathologist: 
Pathologist' s nrame: 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
S 'ecimen, No. 
Shin No. 
SPSCIIN RECORD 
Species: 
Sex:                                    Age: 
Bands, feather-marks, toe-punches.: .... 
Collected by: 
i  e        '" 1.......    .ai dr 6-9 s '  ; 
Examined by: 
Skin prepareQ by:                                                       
a " 
a.         .       a.m.                a.m. arn 
Date:            D.m.              p.m.                p.m.             
p.m., 
killed              found            received        examined 
Place collected:-                                                   43 
county          nearest town        exact location 
general surrounding habi.tat 
specif'ic ' conditi'ons e t cet   site 
Specimen: dead .JJ    alive      sick                                   
partial     ; 
fr sh   V   ; decomposed      ; captive      ; wild 
Cau se  of  dea th :  _.    . .   ..   .. .  ..  .. . 
If collected while still alive, diT"tho spocimen. exhibit. any...Apticoablo
weakness 
before collectingl.,         How? 
Laboratory examination: 
Weight:        ... grams.     Fat           average          emaciated 
How was sex .deterined? 
How was age.  qtrminod?_..... 
Colors.: 
plige or polage phaso--&Mitios- 
iris          biil     ... ... tarsus ......_ f6et  '_ _ _'_"_' 
Moult : None          partial-        complete.-.... hbad        nok    
- 
breast        back  '_"    remiges     .. coverts        retrices 
Feather wear 
 
 

					
				
				
Measuroments:   Total length.                  Hind foot 
Wing                           Culmen        2 
Tail   2     d     -           Spur 
Tarsus                    E,,   ar 
Autopsy Routine: 
Bxternal parasitns                      trachea 
Eyes                                    lungs 
Sinuses               ._ heart 
Mouth _       _       __                liver    : 
Gullet                                  sploen 
Cro  _  idnoys 
Proventriculus                         pancreas 
Gizzard                                g ona.s 
Duodenum                                internal parasites 
I leum 
Cacca ___ 
Large intestine 
Findings:               64 
Crop contents:                                      ... 
Gizzard or stomach:                  I 
Parts preserved:                  7 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist's name: _ 
Pathologist's report: 
 
 

					
				
				
Specimen No. 
Skih No. 
-SPZCI.MEN RZCORD 
Species: 
Sex:  _    _,           _,            _  Age: 
Bands, feather-markp, toe-punches:......... ..4.                , 
Collected by: 
ol eIc enam           ,                         ad ares  t 
Examined by: 
Skin prepared by: 
Date:            p.m.               p.m.                p.m.            
 p.m. 
killed              found       .,  received        examined 
Place collected:                   1  -, r 
county          nearest town        exact location 
'genera, surrounding habitat 
specific conditions at 'c011ocM { .n site 
Specimen: dead  ; alive_; sick           .   healthy      ; entire    __0;
partial    ; 
fresh       ; decomposed       ; captive      ; wild 
Cause of death: 
If collected while still alive, did tfio spectmen exhibit .any. naticcable
weakness 
before  collecting?   ,42      How? ... .....................................

Laboratory oxamination,: 
Weight:             grams.      at _         average         emaciated 
How was sex .determined?- _    _    _     __4R-1 
Hbw was .age dotermined.?_ 
Colors: .- 
plumage &2 laga phase--odditios. 
iris          bill             tarsus ......-foot        " 
Moult: None           partial ,       Complete   -... hoad      'neck._____

breast        back .remiges ..         ...  coverts   -retrices 
Feathor wear_________________________ 
 
 

					
				
				
Measuroments:   Total length   6     )y   j    Hind foot 
Wing ______                __Culmen 
Ta.rsus  __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _   ar...  _ __ _ _ __  _ _ __ _ _ 
Autopsy Routine: 
Extornal parasitos.                    trach    _a. 
..... Eyes                    .lungs 
Sinuses                                 heart 
Mouth                                   liver 
Gullot                                  spleen . 
Croo ___idnevs 
Proventriculus            ..  ..........  pancreas  ... . 
Gizzard                                 go na(Is 
Duodenum                                intornal parasites 
Ileum __ 
Caoca 
Large intestine 
Findings: 
Crop contents:                                              , 
Gizzard or stomach: 
Parts oreservod: 
Parts sent to pathologist: 
Pathologist' s nrame : 
Pathologist's repor't: 
 
 

					
				
				
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H- 
I 
'~/ ~4 
6~fr2f/g - 
~4 
/1     /         ~4~1 
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2 '1-  /                      eq., 
 
 

					
				
				
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M ar h  16,  19 9G            m  ia ag m 
M.Lesr T1dhBidBadn 
Tioue +,5Bx 163 
Wiatrtoun, Wisconsin 
Da Mr. Toloi 
I an in roe*lpt of your let ter ofMac 5, to. 
gether with t he *nol*..4 bands# and I very much 
approi&ii your? ooopraion In sending them, Th* 
informaton requested is herwith listed, 
The phopeant b~rn an4 Ro, 2769 was banded 
by Mr. Irv.n 0. Buse, 7aville Grove i4iffe Area, 
Lak*e Ville, tIn VA year of 1930.- 
This bird was liberated on 'Proos,.v i 60, Town 
of Milford. 
The pheasant wearlng bane No, 27415 was a 
Rlnnook oook that weo 11berated by Vr. Knut$.e Lee, 
Deerfield, on Oasobu' 5, 1932, 
I tV1an)L you for returnln  tsi banding infor- 
mation to us. 
FOR THE~ VD1XOTO 
W, F, Grm 
Oupt. of GaeeVn     n 
H. B. Kellog Jr.,, naqer 
K. Le     / 
1. 0. Bue/ 
 
 

					
				
				
P~rh16, 19)39 
Mr. J7. 3. Preher                              Bir'd 3& 
105 #%at e  ree 
Mlad4on, Wieeansin 
Dear Mfr. Dnbher: 
The -he, i.cnt-s wern.1,!o. 214CO, 710. z"17C 
17n4 No, 495 !, wbli) we rfi rhot necr ?(d1tn vier* 
-11 banded by Mr. Zrvtn 0. Pufz ?cville "rrzove WU4.1ld 
1144e Aroa, 7-c.4  M11g, In t~i .o y~r  193t. 
I tluink you for ritrnin  twss ba   Lo -,is 
FOR lpf1  DITAC4"oR 
if. B. Ke11lo6 jr., Vanoaer 
HDK M               tate I~xp. Gazne & Pir FArm 
 
 

					
				
				
H. W. MACKENZIE_-D I RECTOR  /ERNEST SWIFT-DEPUTY DIRECTOR 
FORESTS f PARKS--C. L. HARRINGTON                               GAME MANAGEMENT--W.
F. GRIMMER 
CO-OPERATIVE FORESTRY--F. a. WILSON                             LAW ENFORCEMENT--BARNEY
DEVINE 
FOREST PROTECTION--E. J. VANDERWALL                             FINANCE--C.
A. BONTLY 
FISHERIES PROPAGATION--B. 0. WEBSTER                            CLERICAL--MISS
LYDIA STUMPF 
BIOLOGY--OR. MOW. SCNNEBERRGR  fl DClI( f                       ULICARL ATMIONS--D
A R  N.T HEP N 
CONTRACT & COMMERCIAL FISHING                                   PUBICREATION
 EDWRD 
ROBERT A. GRAY                                                  J. H. H.
ALEXANDER 
EXPERIMENTAL GAME AND FUR FARM 
POYNETTE 
March 4, 1939               FlL9 RUF.,,N. 
Mr. Aldo Leopold                                   Game 
Professor of Wildlife Management                   Management 
424 University Farm Place                          Bird Banding 
Madison, Wisconsin 
Dear Mr. Leopold: 
The pheasant cook wearing band No. 16171C, 
which was found dead in a cornfield, was reared, 
banded and liberated by the Mount Horeb Pheasant 
Club, Mount Horeb, in the 1938 day-old chick pro- 
gram. 
This bird was liberated in the Township of 
Springdale, 6 North, Range 7 East. 
I thank you for returning this band to us. 
FOR THE DIRECTOR 
W. F. Grimmer 
Supt. of Game Management 
Kellogg   r., Manag r 
HBK:DH                    State Exp. Game & Fur Farm 
 
 

					
				
				
?ebrusri y 2, 1979 
Mr. Vincent Vnn~i 
Dear Yr. Van Z4igl 
The phseasants wai bant~s No. 6460 3B, 1vo, 
64,,663, No. 64*6743o and "a. 64(.6o)fl ware all. reared, 
bvinie4. Pnd libarati4 by Ur, Irven 0, 3u3sg, Fayll,1 
.rove Wille Al'rea, LaCx f,4illls, in tti8 year of 
1938. 
I triank you for returning these bands to us, 
FORl T11,1 tIJt 'O 
WF. crme 
_,Upt. Of (JMTIG Maa.Ie 
Hl. 19. Kelloggl, Jr,  oa~r 
114 1( D              Aate Ex. Game & Fur F;r 
G  Mr,.rmmr 
IQ   Rut a 
 
 

					
				
				
-975Jo    ieyttrd0,Mng                                 t 
C*;I -.Au, Wsconsin                         Iw rd  d2n 
by Iwm-es o. Dlice, L61 t, 1LJ1s W;'Idlli'e Area, Lake 
UiU~,in tiio yttr of 1936. 
Ittni"A yju C,.jr r.iwnlrnj tile o d to olis 
W, F. ~mmstv 
HBX: DE            A ~3a -0e Exp.   nm  &F1ur ?.-,n 
I, I, Da 
 
 

					
				
				
Febrr 1, 1939 
Mr. £. C. Jones                              Ie 
Fort Atkl1nson                                 aeent 
Wi7consin                                    Bir flandi 
Dear Mr. Jonss: 
The pheasants wearing bnds No. 3220, wh ch was 
killed by a dog on Preserve 510, No. 390 Cd No. 
3)9C, wlhih were found deed on Preserve 510, Mo, 
which wRs shot Dn Preserve 51A, No. 4t60 and N    . co 
whioh were shot during season on Preserve 51B, No. 
4980, which was found deed on Freseve 511, No. 512O 
which wRs snot on Preserve 51R, No. 5230, which was 
shot during season on Preserve 51A, No. r9460, and No. 
5630. which were s, ot duri ng seaari on Preserve 51B, 
No. 564C0, whioh was shot on Prorve 51A, No. 57,0, 
which w*s sllt durini season on Preserve 51A, No. 6(00, 
which w s shot o, Preferve 51B, and No. 5970c, which was 
found desd on Preserve 51A, were a1 banded by Mr. I. 
0. .us, ?aville "}rove Refuge, Lake Mills, in the year 
of 1938. 
T tlank you for returnin these bands to us, 
FOB TH DIREQT0R 
. V. -rt-ier 
$upt. of Gname Mnagement 
H. a. Kello  Jr., Maaer 
A r: 8tate Exp. Game & Fur F-rm 
C0: Mr, GrMler 
I, 0.  us 
 
 

					
				
				
Vr. eoneln W.  set                          08" 
Dar Mr. Bauts 
The pheAsanta woaring bnds No- 594hI rnd No. 
536520, w1ob vere taken in Waukesh    ounty, were 
rear,    an4md  ana liberate4 by the Waukesa County 
Qonao1rVfon Assooiation, Waukehap In the 193S d~y- 
o1 ohiek program. 
These btrds wore libeat4 In the ownshnlp of 
Ot taw. 
The br4 bande No, 100 wan   ded by Mr, Tryen 
0. Suos Favtlle Grove Wlidlife Area, Laks Mille; In 
the year of 1935. 
1 thank you for retuzrning those bands to us, 
Ti. F. GrIitmnr 
Supt. of Game Management 
11. B. Kellog Jr., Mannggw 
HBK:DHState Izp. Ga &Fu                 Farm 
QI Mr. Grimer/ 
1. 0.,ue 
T. H, Bloom 
 
 

					
				
				
Januarny 20, 19)39 
K-,r, tlenning Wsterlund." 
2,529) Worth Twenty-ceoond 3-6r-ft            Jngmt 
Iir. 14r, sterlundll 
The phe -ant vetring band 340, 1260, wh~ob 
was shot two mi11*,s northw,,est of Doiisman, was7 rf.aCr- 
ed,. band And liberated by the Faville Grove Wild-. 
life Refvigetee Lsk  11A,in the year of 193&, 
I thank you for returnlig this band to ua, 
M TIP:    ?O 
1.F, Grlimer 
Supt. of GtreMai  geen 
H, B KeloggJr., Manag-er 
HIIA:DHState Zx p, Game &Fur Fern 
CC: Vr. IrImner/ 
I,0,.  le 
 
 

					
				
				
1r6 vinvol aveu                                A",a 
IDe 0,r Op lint: 
The pre nt     r mLb    No. 16,J whioh wre 
shot Oix A!"        , w  MLFu  W&  undad by me. 
irwes 0. NUSFvill      v    1 I       s 
WOl1, in t~ yer o     93 
6 hand jou for rntin tia Or"i to us. 
L upt. of nn  Anom 
Li)            State Exp. Game & INr Farm 
1. Q. Wes/ 
 
 

					
				
				
Mr. Leter D   JanuFuu7 11, -139          ae 
W~r  jpserD.Johnston 
aido                                                  t ~~l 
"Ni So0onSin r)$ndn 
De~;r mr, Johnottn: 
The nhfei*eante iweasiing bands pi, 4550 and No* 
'456e, whtah wetre "snot onl-half mile southwest of 
W aldo, were rer, banled cnd 1iber- ted by the 
Faville Grove Wild Life Areal L.ake Mill11 In the 
year of 193$, 
I thank you for rettur~n these bands! to us. 
W. F. Gri.mmer 
8u-pt, of Gamue UnnFa,.enent 
H, 3. X1o     Jr,, Mana-ger 
HRK:~ DE                 tate Ex-p Game & Fur Fnrm 
Mr. T. 0, -Izaac 
 
 

					
				
				
Janua ry 11, 193;9 
Mr. F. 0  Qiurk*                               aagmn 
oal1es aBi1rd                                      adn 
Wisoonsin 
Dlear Mr, O'Rourke: 
The pheasants wearint5 1)ndsj No, 50262B and No. 
50411B, which were sinot near Wa.#were reared, 
banedand lib**rat.4 by Mr. T. *   o~ulty, Delafield, 
In the 1938 daym-old chick pro: ram, 
The pheae,-,t wearine; ban d No. 'zS969B was bt-nded 
by Mr. A. 3 . H~awkins, ?aville Gro~ve Reoiage, Lake 
Mills, In the yepr of 1937. 
I thank you for returnn  hese bands to uis. 
W*, F. Grimer 
;-upt. of Game ianagement 
N. B  relogJr., kfanager 
813K IF                   Stte~,    lamo&NFr Fpr 
O:Mr. Jrimmn-er / 
P.  aks 
 
 

					
				
				
January i4, 19"3' 
Er. L, t. Kiement 
Yort AtkinsonHIrd                                     dI 
Dear Mr. Eaentl 
The phneasant wenrin-,' btand No, 5220, which bend 
wa~s found In the city du-ni, of Fort Atkinson, was 
rfared, b inded adliberated by M4r. Irven 0. Ruse, 
?.ville Girove Wldlife Area, L Ae Mfills, In the year 
of 1936. 
1 thxnk you for returningthi. ban    to us. 
WF. Grimmuer 
8p.of G   m anrzge;-ent 
K.B ellot-, Jr., Main,,ger 
i~~l           !A1ate Exp. .m--e &Fur Fnrm 
 
 

					
				
				
711j inoln Avenue                            'Mani2,- ment 
W1aukeshia,  isoni                             Bird Banding-, 
Dear Mr. Soulline: 
The phea~sant wearlnEg be ,nd N4o. 594O, which was 
snot two miles *r-st of Fort Atkinson, wt * banded 
by Mr. Irven 0. Buss, Faville 4rove i'fldlte 1Area, 
Lake Wills, In the year of 1939. 
1 thank you for returnin - this band to us. 
W,  .  rimmer 
i'upt. of Game Mpn,-gement 
H,. B. Kellogg Jr., Manager 
IiBK:DH                   State Exp. GamI-e & Fur Farm 
CO: MVr. 4n.:rme 
Mr. Buss 4" 
 
 

					
				
				
Peo.nbar 30, 1936 
Game 
Mr. B. J. Rustin( 
nite States ttorney Fird f                                    tn 
Eastern District of -1so sin 
Milaukee, Wisconsin 
DeAr Mr. Hustineg 
The pheasanta wearing bans numberec          and 64576-P, 
whitb ware nhot one rile west f Hone Creek, were reared, 
bsnde4, and liberted by Mr. Irven 0. Busq, I.a e  1ils. 
f you desire further information on th. stocking of these 
birds, I wuld seest that you write to !r. Ps, as we have 
not, as yet, received a banding report on these birds. 
I thank you very much for returning these bands to us. 
W F, Grimmer 
Supt. of GsMt 
7. B. lt:ellopp,, Jr., Manager 
,"BY, 1 V41                3tate Wip.T. Game 6A Fur Farm 
 
 

					
				
				
Madisn, Wioon-ts In 
The pheapant                  PISi~bad  o 272,  wi 
wa~  hoton ho in  re;erve    repr fi 
~nohw~s  n* b~  r Xen 0. Bimus, FrIlle 
Grov  Rei~e Lak  MilsIn the yovar if 1938, 
If you&d0r    furth.er  ?rmtnnth 
stoolklnj; of t IAz bird, I              fol a et  t yoa 
write to   r  us as, ie o nt h w       ban di n 
report on thlAe bird, 
I th,,ank you for rpturrnn  this bandl to us. 
YUR TEE DI C'4TJ' 
5upt. of GPamMnoqn 
M, 3.Ke1o~Jr. * Mnael 
s4K At                    Ac Bte  p. Gae &Fur Fa rm 
O~rt 
 
 

					
				
				
IIr. Frank MeiW.sut, Jr.                             Mngmn 
Yorth Fort-fojth Street                            tdBnlg 
' ttr iir. Keilngauti 
The phesat wern beat No. 352       wJ htoh wns found dead 
near Weukeeha, ran reared, banded, and liberated b7 the ?sville 
Grow- 111d1te Ares.,*L-Ke Mil.-., 4irtn the year 1937. 
Thits birl W. libo-ated in Protzerve 29, Watukvh,' 
I thna- you very much for "eturingi band to ui*, 
. . Qriner 
 
 

					
				
				
Dear Pi, Kurt 
w&~~~~~~~~~ oito  i to7 QhVfw  rd 
b Tddj  ie~~db  r L~tr Crton,(~~ 
bue,~~Ir en r~ ~r~  9 
Tk~~~~~~~~e~~   e~i  TTt'er~&  ~a  ~,3&lw~ 
~&s hot hi~~ r~~es orte~.to~ Lke t 'i wa 
 
 

					
				
				
Deoen-ber 16, 1 
I~~ar t, rnzsr 
The -Phet--nt ve rbn  b   o 71das~       ed 
V   y   r.Irven, 0.                  1 ~  Mls  in h  er 
T f yo,4.   e c   fuirt-o-r I-rfo rilm tion On the9 stoc'l,- 
ln  of tist bi ,  T  oe tv~at you write to 
Ar fus,    we r ave tot, asyet, r*-oaived th-e bfand', 
in, report on th-ese bird;s. 
I takyufo-r re;t ml       tl     nto 1,i 
upt. o f aI et ,P n  ft ein t 
* ~     ~     u    r-l ~r,  a 
 
 

					
				
				
Pear warcen '.tigLAl-uerZ 
T he ph e  r t s weasr In,, ban r  l N o  090 C  nd No. 
"7?0C, whi'ch    vtrell'Id 'w q nr trm mles 4 t etlo 
ir. 1z 1  n    f T"     It     f~r ,s -lrt -er 
lnfomra tlon on thr Ptockm ofa hei blird., I would 
Bnf ot t i t you -rite to %lr. U.S.~n -o w harep not, 
* yt, ecevethp 1snnrport. 
wa~~o nie  by  - r tf  aie      I~s   m~ *snn 
chAck  -ro ram. 
If you depsire fuirl.e-r. normation on the f;too)k.. 
Ii; of   islc bird, I woul su  eut thnt you write to 
o ~ ~ ~   ~    ~   ~   ~    1 eiatbne . 82 aa  nolian 
ir  ekil   by   c. r o   i~le nnrt' west of 0 u- 
- hnk You for rp-tu-rnligte r-    t   s 
xe.o       Jr,, -0nrv;--e 
u  -:X  -(.m our e  eme 
C~~~i rr r 
IV.Gm             &FrFr 
A 
 
 

					
				
				
0r ra  1is A.l  n lkbaQ  e  o 
l'rmio       Irve  0.Lnn 
Peart Yo eralt  to lbr uer: 
vn  tio  t-- vt~k p  ~  r I  woid4wdli   p ot 
Vie t ty4  ~t  to -w  '01  5Y , s we  we not 
aa yet, rerei tr tlhis bATin i~rt, 
'-e Ie eant wern  ba3 u  7, thmt0C  whicht 
liekil ofatw  rila  t   Qlr  ul, 
~prt er' .                   notat  i  heW84~~1 
i~~~~~~~~ Ifhsid  r ua  ay wiet 
r.~~~~~~~~t fl .iasi.  n  l  t  e~et 
a ~   ~    e Ie~  o, Jr  r laaI~ 
r   )r'nteo       n   tm 
*  .  .~a~sh1ter 
 
 

					
				
				
4   Vi-V 
ofi re iOTle to                     n 
yet,, r.v-       re-rert 
I fin you  folr  urr tnfor,to  tof tok 
Y, reo4iv   th, t R i  e ort,  rieA  Y 
I hro o ~~un     hs   4t ~ 
FOR r!1         IRiC 
 
 

					
				
				
M  r. Joe Oharnnn 
Dear Mr Chan                                       ;nlma 
The  heaant  earng hn~iNo. 67, wthich wva 
sh'ot thxee illes soouth of Whittewater, w~bnnld 
by Mr.Irven Us -1~Usa,1 FAVille t,.rove Wllf  ra 
kakMllso, In thep year of 19#18. 
51ould You desire P-ir'Lner inforwiatl )non the 
stocking of t is bird, I would Bug jest t"-) yo 
write to Mr. Irvn 0D. Buss, hake Mills, P- w e ha-tve 
not, fis ye t, received Coie bf,.ndin;g- report. 
I thank you for iveturnlm,- thin band' to ir .# 
w.  . rlmmer 
Siapt. of Gnme Mpannagement 
H. -P. Kpllomr- Jr.# RManpg er 
I1K:DH                 S"tat e Exp. (Game &r iur Farm 
 
 

					
				
				
Y  AsaMn,  n ,.             ird Hvnl 
h-q~           A p.kh CK  !0W 
h e .  'nh  Pn7(p hV nV  y'"  r r 
-YW e     rNW   a t P wv   b, c, :A."  A M , 
In th y r A 1937 
For fzirtner mr  -M -  on  e  itnal-  n9 this. 
bi  ,Z I 4 "dr  :  o  writ I to . prllno 
IT nr  a  o ,tr1Yt    P  ti  c 
Vr,~ jo* 
q                    eylo 
 
 

					
				
				
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kLgj-o 
ciA  /27 
2 4 
-6? 
;64 ' AU-       /IS90 
 
 

					
				
				
114 
46W 
147 
L-LL 
711 
 
 

					
				
				
/,Ott 
67f 
,          f/Of 
_?    1058, 
!     6 
 
 

					
				
				
6oee t~                     13                d 
Dear ?4r. P'orkirns: 
The ph.feasa,-nts wefrlng  bad  a           1Qad 4. 
412C wsere handed by ;4r. Irven 0.  ia     e~is 
As we hiave  -t, as yet, roeosived this baingy 
report, I WOUld1 suVet       t YOU Write to I   7r,1uSS 
for further inn rmiatl -,n on the stoo~m.g of' these 
I thank you f'or repnorting, thnese b n si to uin. 
FOR :THE DIP lOTOR 
'q. F. Grti--:er 
m~pt. of £kame Mngmn 
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H. W. MACKENZI-1RECTOR             wO OF  O,,         ERNEST SWIFT.-DEPUTY
DIRECTOR 
FOREST$ 0 PARKS--C. L. HARRINGTON                        GAME MANAGEENT..
W. .. . GRIMMER 
CO-OPERATIVE FORESTRY--F. 0. WILSON                      LAW ENFORCEMENT--BARNEY
OEVINE 
FOREST PROTECTION--. J. VANOERWALL                     PFNANCE--C. A SONTLY

FISHERIES PROPAGATION--B. 0. WEBSTER  N                  CLERICAL--MISS LYDIA
STUMPF 
BIOLOGY--OR.  OW. SCTNEnERnER             ITr      l T    PLC RELATION.,
-Eo WAR N. HEIN 
CONTRACT & COMMERCIAL FISHING  (0         DEP fRTM EI    RECREATIONAL
PUBLICITY 
ROBERT A. GRAY                 0                         J. H. H. ALEXANDER

EXPERIMENTAL GAME AND FUR FARM 
POYNETTE 
November 15, 1938          FILE REPIMR"c" 
Mr. Lyle Sowls                               Game 
Faville Grove Wildlife Area                  Management 
Lake Mills, Wisconsin                        Bird Banding 
Dear Mr. Sowls: 
The pheasant cocks wearing bands No. 16139C, 
and No. 16124C, which were found dead and shot 
respectively three-fourths of a mile southwest of 
Klevenville, were reared, banded and liberated by 
the Mt. Horeb Pheasant Club, Mt. Horeb, in the 1938 
day-old chick program. 
These birds were liberated in the Township of 
Springdale, 6 North, Range 7 East. 
The pheasant banded No. 41172B, which was shot 
on Holsthers Marsh near Deerfield, was reared, band- 
ed, and liberated by the Dane County Sportsmen's 
League, Madison, in the 1938 day-old chick program. 
If you desire further information on the stock- 
ing of this bird, I would suggest that you contact 
or write to Mr. Harold Starkweather, Madison, as we 
have not, as yet, received this club's banding re- 
port. 
The pheasant banded No. 51060B, which was shot 
one mile north of Lake Mills, was reared, banded, 
and liberated by the Lake  .ills Game Club, Lake 
Mills, in the 1938 day-old chick program. 
If you desire further information on the stock- 
ing of this bird, I would suggest that you write to 
Mr. Otto Nadler, Lake Mills, as we have not, as yet, 
received this club's banding report. 
 
 

					
				
				
Mr. L. Sowls - November 15, 1938               2. 
The pheasant cock wearing band No. 44485B, 
which was shot one mile northwest of Lake Mills, 
was banded by Mr. A. S. Hawkins, Faville Grove 
Refuge, Lake Mills, in the year of 1937. 
This bird was liberated in Ferry's Marsh. 
With reference to band No. 2262, would you 
kindly check on this band to ascertain whether or 
not any serial letter was given with the number. 
We cannot give authentic data on this band without 
this information. 
I thank you for returning; these bands to us. 
FOR THE DIRECTOR 
W. F. Grimmer 
Supt. of Game Management 
H. B. Kellogg Jr., Manager 
HBK:DH                  State Exp. Game & Fur Farm 
 
 

					
				
				
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Mr, Louis H aubrsobt                            BMV dn~ 
Midleton 
Tisensin 
Dlear Ur. Hiaebrachtt 
The pheasant wearing- band H~o. 64TI that was 
taken between MaKedison and Mddleton was banded with 
conervat ion department bands t~4eh were sent to Mr. 
Irven C. Buss ,avifle trove WiI1411te Area, Lake 
Mille# Wioonnin. These banis wxer plad on bii s 
that wre released on shootln- psresrv s th'  out 
the state. 
If you deire frther Information as to where 
this bIr  we stooked, I would suggest that you write 
or contat 9r. 'Fiuss, an we have nt ans yet reeived 
his banding repo*, 
We wish to Vank you for returnin- this band 
to us, 
8itate  'z, '   &m Fur Fam 
 
 

					
				
				
October 21, 1933           4ame 
Management 
Yr. Arthur B. Kohasky                           BIrd Panding 
Wlauwatos 3tate "3Ank 
7615 weet State Stret 
Wauwatoea, Wisconsin 
Dear M . Kohasky: 
The pheasant warini band No. 31921D that was 
taken near Genesee  epot, aukesha County, was banded 
an# liberated on a oooperatlve proram with the 
University of Wjsconsin. This bird was released on 
Shooting Preserve #2t, Waukeuha. 
We wish to thank you for returning this band to 
Us* 
FOR TH DIREXTOR 
W. F. %ler 
Supt, of Oe Management 
H. B. Kellog  Jr., Vanager 
State   n.,(ae *  Fur Far 
GCK Ur. Grimmer 
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Sptember 28, 1938 
Mr.  Gusave  Pabst                            llrd  ndi 
Oeoo~oBird Banding 
WCoons n 
Dear Vr. Pabst: 
The pheeant bande No, 38930B was reared and 
liberad at the Faville Grove Refuge, Lake Mills, 
Wisoonsin, in the yenr of 1937, on preserve # 8, 
Waukesha. 
I thank you for your oooperation In returning 
tis band. 
FOR THV{ DIREOR 
W, F. Grimmer 
Supt. of Game Manaement 
H. B. Kello ,g Jr., Wanager 
WiJK:DH                 State Uxp. Game & Fur Farm 
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1108 Jones Avenue 
Rac iae, Wisconsin 
.  Augu  t 23, 1938 
Game Management Division 
University of Wisconsin 
Madison Wisconsin 
Attention: Mr. Aldo Leopold 
Dear Sir: 
Last year I banded fifty birds and I still 
have fifty bands left. 
There were no banded birds shot on our 
preserve. 
This year I would like to band 150 birds; 
may I use the fifty bands I have and get an additional 
one hundred? 
Yours very truly, 
Clarence A. Hart 
4 r olk-d 
 
 

					
				
				
H. STANLEY JOHNSON, JR. 
17 CAMBRIDGE COURT 
MAPLE      BLUFF 
MADISON, WISCONSIN 
Mr. Irven 0. Buss,                             August 19, 1938 
Faville Grove Wildlife Area, 
Lake Mills, Wisconsin. 
Dear Mr. Busse 
Replying to your recent letter addressed to Mr. H. S. 
Johnson, we will be very pleased to again band the Pheasants 
which we plan to release this Fall. We are planning to release 
fifty birds, therefore we will be looking forward to receiving 
the bands from you at an early date. 
Yours very truy) 
H.S.Johns on,Jr:LG 
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HICKORY SMOKID HAM AND BACON              - SCD BACON * LARD * TINY SAUSAGES

LITTLE SAUSAGES     0         DAS gIRYj  rin0Mi   FORT ATKINSON 
SAUSAGE MEAT                                      W I S C 0 N S I N 
MARY P. JONES  PHILIP W. JONES                           ALAN P. JONES  EDWARD
C. JONES 
Mr. Irvin buss                    *              August 18, 1958. 
Fayville drove Wild Life Area, 
Lake Mills, Wis. 
Dear Mr. Buss: 
The birds on preserve 51A were released in the center of the 
Southwest one-fourth of section 4, township 5, range 14 East. The 
birds on 51B were released in the Northwest corner of government lot 
No. 1, section 8, township 5, range 14 East. The birds on preserve 51C 
were released in the Southwest corner of section 14, township 5, range 
13 East. If you need any further information kindly advise me. 
Yours very truly,. 
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