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COTTONTAILS INIMICAL TO VARYING HARES? William C. Adams, chairman of the C(ommis- sioners on Fisheries and Game of Massachusetts, writes that within the past few years, in a great many parts of New England, notably many sections of Massachusetts, the varying hare has either dis- * appeared or has been reduced to very limited numbers on ranges where it was formerly reason- ably abundant. One theory for its disappearance is that it ,has been driven out by the cottontail and the larger owls. The BULLETIN would be glad to hear from any of its readers who have had such experience as to enable them to throw light on the probability of the thory that has been advanced.