Audubon Florida Records, 1900-1970, Box 1 Folder 4 : Misc. Correspondence and Reports, 1989-1918 Maine (pp. 146-181)

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Audubon Florida Records, 1900-1970, Box 1 Folder 4 : Misc. Correspondence and Reports, 1989-1918 Maine (pp. 146-181)

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Title:
Audubon Florida Records, 1900-1970, Box 1 Folder 4 : Misc. Correspondence and Reports, 1989-1918 Maine (pp. 146-181)
Creator:
Audubon Florida
Place of Publication:
Tampa, Florida
Publisher:
University of South Florida
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Language:
English
Physical Description:
1 folder
Physical Location:
Box 1 Folder 4

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

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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

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University of South Florida
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
032958557 ( ALEPH )
890709008 ( OCLC )
A47-00004 ( USF DOI )
a47.4 ( USF Handle )

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H YOUNG W. 8 YOUNG H. W YOUNG HENRY YOUNG & CO., ( / .t/ ff} 6rocriS, Hardwar, Paints and Oils, Dry 6oods, *c. FISHERMEN' S OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.

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f Name of Warden. District in charge of J. Post Office

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.... Page 2 Describe the territory you are protecting; how large is it? Is it beach or rr.arsh, or an island? _/ u

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Par:e 3 pirds are you protectinc;? 'I'Tar:ie each kind on separate line. __]: __ --------------2 ----------------------------------------------------5 ------7 ---------------------_ ___ _, -------------------------------------------= r

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When did each kind of bird arrive in the sprinB.of 1901? About 110'.,1 of each };:ind? --------If __ ____ Par;e 4 __ 0 ----------4 4 --------------5 5 6 --------------------------------------,. c 7 7 8 G

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When did each kind of bird leave in the auttmm of 1901? Page 5 --------------/L6-4 i:: '-' ---6 7 8 -----------

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Where does each kind of bird breed? When doe s each kind of bird co!r'..:Ytenc e to breed? Pac;e 6 I;;'. 3 rdk& L_ 5 7 8 8

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How many young of each kind of bird were raised in 1901? Estimate as nearly as you can. 3l S M ._,__. ----------2 __ 4 5 -------------------6 7 8 -----------------------

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Page 8 V! ere any egr.:s taken, and if so, about how r.a.any of each kind? Please give full particulars. -----

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Par;e 9 Were any old or young birds killed, and i'f' so, about how many. Please give full particulars, naminr; each kind of bird.

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Page 10 Are the people in y our locality in favor of protecting birds, and do you have any trouble in cad. n c for them and. their lf any one gives trouble, what class of person is it, bayman, .i. ,irnrman sportsria.n or sum mer boarder. Please Give full particulars.

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Page 11 '. Remarks. Please give all the information you can in addition to to the f o ::ego ing qnes t ions, so that our Society can ,judge whether it is a dvis a ble to continue to p::otect the breeding birds in your district.

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l -, 11si ) Capt. Mi:ir k Younyi liat tn t d ua t Me. 1ty de:ir Cnpt:i t n : -t Mu t n of your f RVOr (}f the lst inst., to eother with your l)ook of hich ts extr int tne A.nd vnluable. c erta\nly .ve want .fOU to watch the btrcls this >'l.nd t horeby renew yo\lr of l,!lst at the arnount of ,,oro-p19naa t ton. t wtll some wi:trnln:... not tees sant to uo11 :i:t once. pleA.se 1toknowl1?
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Agreement with Mark Young, Warden for 1906 Contract r enewed for 1907 (o, -3 I :;,, ,,, j

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March 28, 1 9 06., Bml'WEEN T H E N ATIONAL ASS O CIATION O P AUDUBOl l O F !I Y ORK, AND 'RK YOUUG OJI U\TIU ICU S ISLAND, MA. UTE. Th i s agreement entered into b e twe e n t h e lTationa l o f A u du b on Socie t ies o f Nev York City o f the first part, and Mar k Y oun g of' Matin 1 ous I sland, Kai n e ot the seco nd pa.rt, tnesseth: Firs t That the p arty o t the t i r 8 t par t does hereb y appo i n t t h e party of the s e o on d part to b e its a n d W arden, to t a k e and Jill: e tull c h r ge of the birds b r e eding or liTing on or abont Nomans L and Isla nd T h e party o t t h e second par t a1-_.,r e e s to preyent any and all pers o n s from interfering in any way with the birds breeding o r liv n g on o r a bout t h e above m e ntione d Tsl and r The party o f the s ec o nd part a g rees to prevent all sho 1ne; and e eeing on o r t h e above mentioned Island. p arty the sec ond patt agrees d send a writte n r eport to the p arty of the firR t part Ori l nst d a y o f each mon th eiving inf o nnatio n reg;irdi ne; the b i r d s und." .t.is charge, as outli n ed 1n the list of questions her eun t o For tha proper perfonn a n oe o f h i s dttties the party o t t h e seco nd part i s t o rec eive a compensation t o r t h e breed ing season of 1906 t o b e pnid u po n the receip t o f t h e l n s t o t the above menti oned mon thly r eports b y the party o f the first part. I n dtness rhereof t h e partieA to. this a g r eeaent hav e her unt affixed thei r s ignature.a o n the d t e P.b ove writt n Natio n a l By President. W a r d en.

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-Sept.2?, 1901. Cap+, .Mark Younc, Matinicus, Haine. Dee.r Captain: I 8.r.'l in reoe ipt of your report tor the past eeaon' e pro tection vrork and I am much pleaeed rith it. I encloRe herewi 'th oheo k for &so. with a r eoeipt, wh!ch pleaae sien fi.n d rut,nrn. S o tar as I oan judge fron my obeervatione on No-Man' s Land wheri it w ith you last eummer, I d.o not think +.hat you are ont of i n your estimate cf the youne o irda raieed. I ar 1 i n i n sta tern.en, you l!lake on page 11 of your re})ort, that after the gulls leave No-:M&n' e !..and they vis! ted .. i
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M r T Gilbert Pearson Dear Sir: oebastian, F l a Aug. 5-1918 Heplying to yours of the 1st, the second nesting generally takes place in yJarch or April. In my opinion these are birds that fail to find their choice of nesting sites, or fail to mate at the regular mating time. when the birds first appear in the fall, they usually arrive in large flocks, they will sit around on the river for several days before going to t h e island, apparently it is at this time that mating takes place, because when they finally go to the island nest building starts at once. At this time nesting sites are limited on account of hig h water, the low parts of island usually being flooded. I do not think it possible for the same pair to raise more than one brood, on account of the leng bJl of timeit takes before young are able to take care of themselves. The second takes place after the first brood has left their nests, but are still being fed by the old birds1on the island Yours fruly

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M r T Gilbert Pearson Dear S i r : Sebastian, Fla. October 1 -1919 There are at present about 1500 birds on the island, about 500 nests .with e ggs. The first eggs were laid Sep 5th, we had a storm on the28 29 t h which d estroyed most of th se early eggs high water covered the low places. The second lot started Sep. 20 these are on higher ground. Yours Trul y

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I I S.'-1!/!J Oat. 1-1922 Mr. T.Gilbert Peaao:n Dear Sir: Coslitiona om eggs Aug. 25, young Sep. 26, biras kept 0oming and there are now about 2000 Y OUI'il Ti:-uly


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