Mr. A. L. -2 
In the territory in this State where the ring-neck pheasant has 
become established, I am certain that there is a tendency upon 
the part of the large majority of the hunters, especially the farm 
boys, to disregard game laws as applyed to that bird, and that 
is one reason why I believe and hope that it will be impossible 
to propagate the species in any considerable numbers. 
We need some reliable information about practical methods of 
quail propagation and I will be very glad indeed to confer with 
Mr. Dadant and other sportsmen in this territory who are interested 
in this project, with a view toward accomplishing the end that 
you have in mind. 
With best wishes, I am