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Sept. 16,1930 'Mr. A. H. 7 Fry of Seattle has told me of his recent Iter- esti vieit to your place fxnd of the ,ti ft tht p~rairie (lchi*.ns are ag-ain bicoming c.xion In -mr region. The o mrey whi-ck haI e been mnlnntirt-, In other statens Indl,ýtes that the alternative eriods of a dnen and smwcity in prairie h s ir be ire or less nation-wide a0d slt mtaxie . ! s anxious therefore to Ather nviden on the dates of and sa rcity in as rany localities as I cmi. lifol yro kTinly te1l me to the best of your recollection durim vwht years ci2i vre almlant or Sanr in your local- ity? If y1,ui cenimt ramebar all the years, give me such fta meats of inftnntion i as you are mreaeabl'r sue of. I vwuld also like to make mire ihr-t vour chiclen is the tnrt. pairie chic or piwated u (be ast barred horizontally like a Plymouth *), or whether it Is th western sharptail greume (breast barred vertically). Tyou for your pertlon, Yours sincerely, In Oh-arge, Game ftrey Dictated ~'b Mr. Leopold. 'but si~ed In his absence.
I A # uly 26, 1 . Mr, Bruoe Nowlin, Coissioner, Game & Fish Ommission, State of Wyoming, Cheyenne, Wyoming. Dear Sir: Your letter of July 16th addressed to the Sporting Arms & ion Mlaufaoturers' Institute has been referred to me as Chairman of the Ccoittee on Restoration and Prot eot ion of Gae. I have sent a copy of Mor letter to Mr# Aldo pd,who is conduoting the Survey for the Iustitute, and I am sure he will bear your letter in mind when in your vicinity. We appreoiate your offer of oooperation. Yours very trul.y,, Chairman. Comittee on Restorat ion ZX*Oin:W and Proectlion of Goe Copy, Messrs. Aldo Leopold:/ C. 3tevart Coneaux: