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1.532 Vnivrsy Ave= Dembr 8, 1337 Agricut. Raln Maison, Wiconsi Dear Dea istemnt Youmi g nt toeo the ollowi. infemstio to r. i Drester ini repne to his Inur about Rows pheaats for his Mayln estate. 1he 4atmerctial game bweds bazdle Reees phossats, Inldn toByrof Port&&*, Wicnsn A full list of dealers in Reeves oul be obtaiAed by M. wutw b7 witin the 2M M 05 zst 42d Street. New York it. %W os T e has been trio on a .nsio able s.le iseboard state., but T annblo to find ul refeet** 4ecibing the*. trials. I knw howver, that son* of then bys beesucssful in establishing this species as a wild bir4. They e as tried ot In Takm Couty, Washington, about 1319, but be died out (see Wild Birds Introdued or Traplanted In North Meicu,' by Jobs C. 10hillps, U. S. Dept. ur. hil. so. 61, April, 1928). The isosln Cosrvtion Department liberated a ooniderablo obr of Roe about the years ao $*lug i m lot en the lav %oe w n Area, bt all these Urd gt 6lsasA bore liberation and all of then Ue after libertion. A riny %hie wld not be a fair test. The Rosy tosueoeasfu17 sstablsh@4 as a wild bir on a few Drittish estates, .spesally certain estates In the wooded ctry of o A g description of the sucess with this spesis in llan4 Is ontains Is Uh bo Oftests: Their I r Rietory and Pa etisal Manest 1W 1. B. ?Wgoetes publised by fte Yield, Dream's laildins Lod ..4. A A description of its Amiatic habitat to contained In 'toasatst Teir Lves a Rom"," by Willia Beebe, Vol 2, 1931. pp. 67-77. All wite es to aee that the Ree. iaterferes with the ordiwy t, home it M. Beter sets a hig value on his or.Ank pheats I wml su t that he not tr the Reee. It is alo gues, althe.* I have no evitdene to sbtatiat It, that if the Reeves ss bem v-m ss at all in this outry, It will be in soms more northerly' 2AtiUte tha Mm~ad Your* sinceely, Aato Zop3