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There is no intention or desire to exterminate the 7ray squirrel, nor is the species in the slightest danger of exter- mination from human agencies within the next fifty yearn, even though afforded no legal protection whatever. It is our desire, however, to use our pine seed to restock the public forests until such time as that is satisfactorily acconrlished. Tespectfullv submitted. Lur--ernan.
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FOREST SERVICE DATIL NATIONAL FOREST ADDRESS REPLY TO SU FOREST SUPERVISOR AND REFER TO MAGDALENA, NEW MEXICO MAy 23, 1923 RS Dat ii Distriot Forester, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Dear Sir: Attached is a copy of a letter received from Ranger Smith. The tassel eared sqairrel is not only destructive to pine timber but is a detriment to the stock industry in this country when feed is scarce in the spring. I should appreciate receiving any information you may have on this subject and suggest that it might be a good idea to have Ranger Smith study the matter further and submit his conclusions. Very truly yours, Encl. qore * Supervisor.