Citation
Audobon Florida Records, 1900-1970, Box 1 Folder 2 : Warden Reports, Casco Bay, Me, 1933-1935 (pp. 72-75)

Material Information

Title:
Audobon Florida Records, 1900-1970, Box 1 Folder 2 : Warden Reports, Casco Bay, Me, 1933-1935 (pp. 72-75)
Creator:
Audubon Florida
Place of Publication:
Tampa, Florida
Publisher:
University of South Florida
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
1 folder
Physical Location:
Box 1 Folder 2

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Audubon societies -- Diaries ( lcsh )
Ecology -- Florida ( lcsh )
History -- Gulf Coast (Fla.) -- 20th century ( lcsh )

Notes

Abstract:
The daily journals of Audubon wardens and statewide reports on certain sites and projects cover activities from 1900 to 1970, with most of the materials concentrated between the 1930s and 1950s.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
032958557 ( ALEPH )
890709008 ( OCLC )
A47-00002 ( USF DOI )
a47.2 ( USF Handle )

USFLDC Membership

Aggregations:
Audubon Florida Records, 1900-1970

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Mixed Material

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CASCO BAY, 1.lAINE -1935 WARDEN'S ANNUAL REPORT for National Association of Audubon Societies NOTE: This report should be filled out as promptly as possible after the close of the breeding season. Salary will not be paid u nti l receipt of a d etailed report. Name of Warde n __ ..,_J-"!.o_.....s-"'e.ll'p,.,hL....6.R.._..L-'W"-'a""l.._,l.._,a......._c_,,._e _______________ Z P. 0. Address, _____ en Portland ugust 12, 1935. Maine # Areas protected: Jist each separate colony (island, pond, swamp, etc.) and give lo-cation (township, county or parish). Pond Island, Casco Ba y Goose Island, Casco Bay and Little Whaleboat Islands, Casco Bay Prince's Point Ledge, Casco Bay Little Mark Island, Casco Bay QUESTION 1. Name all species of birds you protected, and give approximate number of old birds present in each separate colony. I protect the Blac k Ducks, Terns. and Blue Herons. 6 Black Ducks Goose Island 50 Blue Heron II II 20 II Little Whaleboat 37 II II Larg II 300 Terns Pond Island 50 II Little llark Island 75 II Prince's Point Ledge

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QUESTION 2. Were a normal number of young reared this year? If not give reasons. Answer separately for each species. ... h....,.,_e._r-"e---"w'""""'e""""'r'-'e=----ca=--=n='"""o-=-r"""'m = a"""l"--n _um;;__ b e_r_o f ___ young reared this year of Black Ducks, Terns, and Blue Herons. QuESTIOn 3. If damage was caused by the elements-storm tides, rams, etc.-state when and extent of QUESTION 4. Were the birds or their eggs disturbed by factors other than weather. Give details ____ QuESTIOn 5. \Va s there any increase or decrease in the number of old birds this year? What was the cause? ____ ___.U,,_,e"-'u...,a..,.l_,..nu.uu.omcub,,_,e"'""r.__.__. ______________ QUESTION 6. List any changes in nesting locations giving names of both old and new nesting places. The Terns h ave deserted the Green Island and Brown Cows on account of the Herring Gull a nd are nesting in large numbers on Staten Island in Saco Bay. QUESTION 7. On additional sheets give any notes of interest regarding the birds and recommendations for improvement of the sanctuary and warden service.

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C ASCO BAY 1934 WARDE N S ANNUAL REPORT for National Ass ociation of Audubon Societies NOTE-(This report s h o u ld be filled out as promptly as possible after the close of the bre e ding season. Salary will not be paid until receipt of a detailed report. ) I b ,, ts, 0

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f QuESTION 3. If s t orm tide s occurre d when? lf1A ( Give particulars. ) 0 0 z ______ / n y i c rea s e in the number o f birds this year? ....., to Q uESTION 6. Giv e below an y detailed notes of interest regarding the protected () 0 "rj ::c: t;; C z trj

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CASCO BAY 1933 WARDEN'S ANNUAL REPORT for National Association of Audubon Societies NOTE-(This r ep ort should be filled out as promptly as possible after the close of the breeding s easo n Salary will not be paid unt i l receipt of a detail e d report. ) \/) tJ?

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QuESTION 2. Approximate numbers of young of each species reared this year: QUESTION 3. QUESTION 4. rUd If storm tides occurred, when? __ ;__;:...:....:.._,;.__.: ___ 1 Were the birds or their eggs disfu;bed?( Give particulars. ) .. QUESTION 5. Was there any increase m the number of birds this year? (.,,V a.-L L I colonies __ -"'-------------------------------1 0 0 z 0 ..., -..., trj t:l:l () 0 "Tj ..., :::c: -00 C z trj

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