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Audubon Florida Records, 1900-1970, Box 1 Folder 30 : Chokoloskee, Fla., Warden reports, 1920

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Audubon Florida Records, 1900-1970, Box 1 Folder 30 : Chokoloskee, Fla., Warden reports, 1920
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Audubon Florida
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Tampa, Florida
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Audubon societies -- Diaries ( lcsh )
Ecology -- Florida ( lcsh )
History -- Gulf Coast (Fla.) -- 20th century ( lcsh )

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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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Audubon Florida Records, 1900-1970

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/ I 1 l I onthly S wnmmar-.r of activities o f Chas H Swick, David Hammel and Chester ddison for the month of :larch, 192 0 working under S 5823 1 42, S 5823, 1 43 B i Protection of Egrets. lrarch 29 to 31 inclusive. Left F'ort ers Ylarch 29th b y motor boat at 9 a m delay e d at mouth of Ca-J:-0,.osahatchee river on account o f fog 6 hours, l e aving mouth .of river a t 5 p .ln. arriving a t Little W i g gins Pass 1 2 delayed there 10 hours on a c c ount o f rough wa ter on the Gulf of Iexico. Left .Little Pass 10 a m arriving Marco 6 p m
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Form Bl-119. f M a r ch, 1920J 1 1 ( c 0 p y .lNITED OF AGRICULTURE u O F BIOLOG ICAL SURVEY c WEEKLY ITINERARY AND REPORT OF ACTIVITIES Chas H Svack, David L Ha:mmel and ___________________ Che.st. e.r_. Addis.. Q.:U __________________ _______________ __ (Na me.) (Address for succeeding week. ) Period from -------Mar.ch .. 2.9 ____________________ _______________ to ______ iaroh __ __ ______ 19 DATE AND LOCALITY. OUTLINE OF WORK PERFO]tMED. Sund ay--------------Monday ______________ Left ort zyers 9 a m by motor boat. Arrived mouth Calcosaha. tchee river 3 p m Left at 5 p m Arrived : ,1arch 29 Little Wiggins P ass 12 midnight. Tuesday------------Left Little: iggins ass 1 0 a m arrived Marco 6 p m rch 30 Left rco 12 midni ght, arrived Chokolosk ee 8 a m VVednesda y __________ Arrived Chokoloskee 8 a m .Left Chokoloskee 9 a m arrivMarch 31 ed lligator Bay 4 p m Thursday----------Friday ______ ________ Saturday _____________ REMARKS: To b e p re pared and ma iled t o the Bureau promp tly at end of eac h wee k 1-3001

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' t I O\lt h l y April 1 I c 0 p y of activitie s of Chas H Swick, David L Hammel, and Cheste r for the month o f pril 1920 e f t c awp 8 ... looking over rookery, finding fresh palrnette fans, rolls o f tissue paper three b ird skel t ons and where a part y had c amped right on r o oke r y Ar rived a c k a t camp a t 1 2 o c l oc k Left camp 2 p m v1ent on r rsh and found few birds there feeding prob ably 12 or 1 5 but very wild. ved baclc a t c amp a t 5 p m A pril 2 L eft c amp 8 a m Hammel and myself, Addison left in ca..rnp v1ent a cross marsh to cypress, seeing about 50 and lots of other birds. Arrived a t c amp 5 p m c o vered about 1 5 miles. pril 3 Stayed in cam p until 2 p m on account of rain. Hammel and mysel f left ca.mp then, leaving ddison in c amp went across bey to marsh and o n s ame for about 4 mi l e s s eeing only a few birds, arriving bac k a t c amp 6 p m pril 'ddison sta yed in c amp Hammel and m;yself went on marsh at 7 a m seeing about .1-J2..unches of egrets, 20 t o 30 in a bunch. Arrived back at camp at 11 a m covering about 10 mi les. Hammel and rrwself left c amp 1 p m started across bay saw 4 Indians and had a t a l k with t1em a n d they told us that some white fellows had bee n there and s hot some birds, but they were not abl e to tell us who they wer e or h o w many they wer e of t hem Arriv e d bac k at camp at 4 p m Covered about 5 miles in skiff. pril 5 Addison left camp 8 a m in motor b oat to get arriving bac k a t c amp at 11 a m Ha1m1el and myself stayed in ca.mp. Ham.rnel and myself left c amp at 2 p m went on marsh, covered about b miles, saw a bout 5 0 e g rets, arriving back at c amp 5 p m bout 6 p t here were about 50 .Long ,/h i tes c ame in rookery and roosted. April 6 ddison and 'self lef t camp t 8 a m and went o n marsh, covering about 1 0 niile s r ived b a c k at ca.mp a t 1 p m seeing about 50 e g r ets. Ha1mnel stayed in camp. and myself left cam p 2 .DO p m went across bay in m,otor boat, w ent u p a little creek about 2 miles and. from there went out on marsh, seein g or 40 L ong ,/.hites feeding Arrived back a t c amp a t 6 p m bout 50 birds roosted on rookery April 7 ddison left camp a t 6 a m in motor boa t en route to Choc koloskee for suppl i e s arriving back at c amp 6 p m covering about miles. Hammel and myself stayed i n camp.

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' pril 8 Hammel Addison and nwself left camp 7 a m in motor boat a n d skiff, wen t across b a y to a lake about three miles, and had to use skiff to get into same. F ound about 100 e grets feeding there but none nesting. On return sa1 t w o Indians on tneir wa:y to Chokoloskee Arrived back at ca.rnp at 3 p m bout seventy five Lon_g on rookery. = pril 9 stayed in camp FJ:a.mmel and ddison went o n marsh at 8 a.. m covered a.bo u t 12 miles, s aw about lQ_O egrets, returned to camp at 4 p m An Indis n by t h e n alffl o f Jim k o m came to our camp and stayed over n ight April 10 Stayed in c amp on account o f b a d weather. Ind ian stayed all day and that night. pril 11. Stay e d in camp until 1 p m o n account o f bad weatner. ddison and myself left camp and 1 p m v1ent on marsh Covered about fiv e miles, seeing no birds. Returned 4 p m H e l stayed in camp. Indian left about 2 p m bout f1ift:t_roosted on rooker y April 12 Hamnel nd nwself left c a a t 7 a m wen t across marsh to cypress. Covered about 2 0 miles saw abou t e grets. r i ved back at c amp at 6 p m ddison stayed in camp. b out fift y e g rets roosted on rookery pril 1 3 ddison left c amp at 8 a m i n motor fiv e miles, eturned a t 1 2 m H ammel and 1 30 p m went on mush and cov e red about b.1:.E.s, returning to camp at 4 p m .bout ddison stayed in camp. pril 1 4 boat after water, covered about reyself stayed in c a leaving a t five miles, seeing about Jif_ty f ifty e grets roosted o n rooke r y < -Addison and Hammel le t in moto r boat 7 3 0 a m enroute to clam dredge to talce Ha.mrnel to c atch boa t t o Ja.rco to send tel e g ram to Pacetti. A ddison returne d to cam p 2 p m covering about t wen t y miles. .. roosted on rookery. Saw two Indians on their v1a.y to Cho koloskee. I stayed in ca.mp. _pril 1 Hammel enroute from Clam dredge to Chocc arco o n Falcon. Addison and 11\YSel f left camp 8 a m went on marsh, covered abou t ten miles, s a w about 100 egrets. Arrived b a c k at at 3 p m About f iftz birds roosted on rookery. pril 16. Ha. e l arrived a t k rco 2 a m eft rco 1 0 p m our men came to our c a in moto r b o a t about 6 a m We nev e r asked t h eir name. he y wanted to

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hunt alli5a tors in the b a y a n d v i e refused t o let them do so, and t..'iey left p resentl y Addison and myself left camp 1 p m covere d about 5 m i l e s Saw about 100 e g rets. Retu rned to c a a t 4 p n bout .1.'ifty b irds roosted on r oo'tte r y pril 17 Hammel returned to clam dre e a t 1 0 a m Add i so n left cam p 8 a m in motor boat enroute to clam dredge for Hammel ddison a n d Hannnel returned to camp 4 :30 covering abo t t wenty miles. I stayed i n c amp. pril 1 8 Hammel and r self left ca miles, saw a o u t 1 50 pri 1 1 9 7 a m Went on marsh covered about eig h teen Returned to camp at 2 p.m. ddison stB;)Ted in camp. Hammel ddison nd myself left ca 6 a m in m o tor bo a t enroute to verg lade t o oath of o fice. Returned to camp 7 p m Covered a b o u t 45 mile s p ril 20 Ham: el and myself left camp a t 7 .30 a m wen t on rra.rsh covered about ten miles, saw about seventy-fiv e e g rets, returned t o camp 1 r m ddison stay e d in c amp bout 2 p m a part o f our men cam e to our cam i n a motor boat. They all had gu..-ris but c l aime d to be l a n d seekers. The n they wanted t o hunt, but we refused to let t h em o s o and they left. bout fifty e g r e t s roosted on the r ookery. pril 21. t ayed i n camp on account o f r a i n pril 22. ddison l eft camp in motor boat at 8 a m for v1ater, returni n g 11 a m Cov ered five miles. Hammel left c a m p 8 a m went on marsh covere d about eig h t miles, saw about J..2C?._].ird s returned to camp a b out 1 .30 p m d dison and myself left camp 2 p m went across bay in ski 'f. Covered about five miles, saw about bout fiU_y _Qir.ds... roos ted o n rookery. pri l 23. ddison left camp 6 a m in motor boat enroute to Chokoloskee for sup plies, returning 5 3 0 p m., having covered a b out 40 miles. Hammel and mysel.1. stay ed in camp April 24 ddis o n and myself left camp 8 a m went o n marsh c overed about 2 0 miles, sav1 abou t 2 0 0 birds. Harnrool stay ed in camp Four Ind i a n canoe s passed camp a b o u t 2 p m pril 25 ddison left c am p 8 a m i n motor b oat for water, returning 11 a m C overed f i v e miles. Hammel and se f stayed in camp Hammel an d myself left cam p 2 p m Vient o n marsh, c o vered about ten miles, saw a:bout 7 5 birds. eturned to c a at 6 p m d ison stay e d in c amp

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April 26, 2 7 28 Had to stay i n camp these three days on accoun t of storm a n d make repairs to tent, etc. pril 29 Hammel and nwself left camp 8 a m went on marsh, covered about twenty miles, saw ab ou t 150 birds, arriv i n g b a c k a t camp 4 p m ddison stay e d in camp. --April 30. Addison l eft camp in motor boat 6 a m enroute to Chokol oskee for supplies, returning 5 p m Hammel and nwself stayed in camp.

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Form Bl-119. Ma r ch, 1920. c 0 p y UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY WEEKLY ITINERARY AND REPORT OF ACTIVITIFS Chas. H. Swick, David Hammel and _______________ _____ C..h.e_:;? .er ..Ad..d.i.s .on ___ ____ ____ ______ ( N a m e. ) (Addr ess for s ucceedin g we e k ) P e r iod from _________ p r..il __ l L ____________ _______________________ to __________ .ri_L.l.B .. 19_20_ _______________________ 19 DATE AND LOCALITY. Sunda y ___________ pril 11 Monday ________ ____ .!:lril 1 2 Tuesday -------------pril 1 3 VVednesd a y ___ ___ pril 1 4 Thursday ----------pril 1 5 F riday ______ ______ pril 1 6 Saturday ____ ______ pril 17 REMARKS: OUTLIN E OF \VORK PERFORME D etained i n camp until 1 p m on account of r ain. Then went to feedin g ground returning before roosting time. Birds began to in n umber roosting Yent across to c ypress to i n vestigate new feediJ: g roun d ioun good many birds ddison after water. S ick and Hammel on marsh looking after birds dd i son carried runmel to clam dredg to g o to J:Ja.rco to send to Pacett i Swic k i n ca111P dd i son and at rookery. w i c k loo k i ng after birds on marsh and Hamme l on wey to .uiarco. Hammel a t \lla.rco Swick int e r ceps f our men claiming to be a lligator hun ters. dd ison to c lam d r edg e for Hammel. Swick stay ed in c a To be prepared and mailed to the Bureau promptly at end or each week. 8-3001

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Form Bl-119. M a rch, 1920. c 0 p y UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY WEEKLY ITINERARY AND REPORT OF ACTIVITIES Chas. H Swick, D vid L Hammel and ---------_ Qh t_(} % l?_ 9.P---------------. _____ l a_--------------------------------( N a m e. ) (Addres s for we e k ) P e riod from _____ ;p.ril_.1._8 ________________________________________ to __ _________ .Apr:iL25, __ J..9Z)_. ____ _____ 1 9 DATE A N D LOCALITY. Sunday--------------pril 18 Monday _____________ April 19 Tuesday _______ _____ pril 20 OUTLINE OF WORK PERFORMED. 11 three of us looking over feeding g rounds and guarding rookery. .11 thre to to t ke of o fice. R e turning same day our men came to camp, by launch, c imed to be 1 nd seekers, but all had gu;ns. iiere ordered off, Wedne s d a y _______ \ pril 2 1 Thu rsd ay------------pril 2 2 F riday ____ __________ pril 23 Satur d a y ________ :pril 24 REMARKS: ere detained in camp on account o f rain. ddison fter v1ater Hammel and Swick looking after birds 11.
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' I O PY F orm Bl-ll9. March, 1 920. \ UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY I WEEKLY ITINERARY AND REPORT OF ACTIVITIES Ch.s.6 /rt wick, avid Harrmel and p---,. __ t e.r__ dd.i.s_on _______ ___ ______________ _________ .Ch. kQl Q. t>k e ... ____ l.1;?,. .... ____ __ _________ _________ .. (N a me ) (Address for succeeding week. ) Period from _________ ... ril __ 2Q.. _______________ ----------------to _________________ Mey__ 2._ _1_9 20_. ________ ________ ___ 19 DATE AND LOCALITY. Sunday--------------pril 5 Monday _____________ pril 26 Tuesday-------------p r i l 27 VVednesday _________ pril 28 Thursday pril 29 Friday ____________ __ pril 0 Saturday ___________ Jay 1 REMARKS: I OUTLINE OF WORK PERFORMED. _,_ dd ison after water. Hammel and Svtick on marsh loo k i ng ov e r grounds. tayed in camp on ccount of storm Stayed in c on account of s t orm tayed in c amp on account o f storm wi c k and Hammel on marsh looking a fter b i rds. in Camp dd i son ddison looki to h okoloskee after sup)lies. after birds in and around carnp. Swick and Hammel Hrumnel a nd wick on marsh looking a ter birds i n camp ddison To be prepared and mailed to the Bureau promptly at end oC each week. 1-3001

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... \ 301l -c 0 p y \ \ 0 \ ) onth l y summar y o f activ i ties of Chas. H Swick, avid Hammel, and Chester ddison for month o f May, 1920 1ay 2 Addiso n left 8 a m in motor five miles Hammel a n d myself st covered ten mi les, s a 1 about f i f t staed in c am11 bou-01 t'ty oirds ,1ay 3 bo t for water, returni n g 1 1 a m Covered e d in ca.mp until 1 p m then went on marsh birds, returni to camp b p m d dison roosted in roo1rnr ddison l eft c amp in motor boat 6 a m e nroute to Chokoloskee for mail a n d supplies, returning 5 3 0 p m c o v e r i n g for t mi les. .tlaJ e l an s elf s t a yed i n c amp 4 Hammel and mys e 1f l eft c 7 a .tn. vrent to lake three m les in s l d ff, saw abo t 1 50 birds, returning to c amp 3 p m diso n sta e d i n c amp aw t h ree canoes of Indian s on way to Chokoloskee. May 6 ddison and Ha el v nt a cross marsh to CYJ?res s covered about 2 0 mi les. Savi b out 75 L o n g 1::hi tes, 6 :pink curlew s about 10 0 other cranes, returning b a c k to c amp 6 p m I s t yed i n cam1 ) 7 d6.ison left c 6 a m i n m otor boat for water, returning about 1 0 a m Hammel and myself stay e in CG.mp until 1 p m Indian rank Willie c ame to c a :p. Had a t alk v1ith him. sked h i m if he knev1 where any birds were nesting but he said he did not. eft c a at 1 p m went out on ms.rsh and saw about fifty ---=birds. Covered ten miles. May a Hammel a n d Jl\YSel f left cam p 6 a m in ski ff. Sav r about 10 0 birds feeding fifty birds ro s t eel in rooker y Addison 1 /ent u p little cre e k about three miles _et rneu t o camp about 30 p m bout sta yed i n camp

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Form Bl-119, March, 1920. OPY UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY WEEKLY ITIM;RARY AND REPORT OF ACTIVITIES Chas H Swiclt David L Harrune 1 and --_______________ :i..Rsm ________________ -------------_ .Qh 9. l'; 9.. J:. Q -_ J_._.__ ----------(Na m e ) (Address for succeeding we ek.) Period from _________ pr..i.l __ l_ ___________________________________ to ___ _April__4_ __________________________________ 1 9 DATE AND LOCALITY. S unday _____________ Monday ________ ___ __ Tuesday----------Wednesday __________ Thursday------------April 1 Friday ______ -.-___ pril 2 Saturday ________ __ pril 3 REMARKS: I OUTLINE OF \VORK PERFORMED. Scouting around rookery l ooking for s i g ns of b irds and trespassers. ooking o ver feeding ground of e grets, and locating new feeding grounds. Vas detained in caJ1lP on account of rain until 2 p m then took a round upon marsh as shovm in monthly report. To be prepared and mailed to the Bureau promptly at end or each week. 1-3001

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c 0 p y Form Bl-119. Mar ch, 1920. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY WEEKLY ITINERARY AND REPORT OF ACTIVITIES Chas H Swick, David L Ha:rmnel and Chester ddison ----------------------("N ------------. __________ ______ ____________________ (Address for succeeding week.) Period from _____ ..ApriL-4. ____ _______ _____ __________________ to ________________ Apr.i l __ ll., _____ .l.920 _____________ 1 9 DATE AND LOCALITY. Sunday ____ _________ pril 4 Monday _____________ .. pril 5 Tuesday -------------pril 6 VVednesday ____ _____ pril 7 Thursday ___________ pril 8 Friday ______________ pril 9 Saturday ____________ pril 1 0 REMARKS: OUTLINE OF WORK PERFORMED. Tuet Indians who informed us that hunters had been shooting around r ookery. ddi son went for water Hammel and Swick looking over grounds for more b irds. Iade investigation of marsh from entrance of little creek, findin g quite a number of birds, but very wi l d _pparently had been shot at consi de r ab l e ddison went t o C h o ko loskee, Hammel and Swick in camp. investigation of lake a b out three miles fro m camp ano. found l ots o f birds feeding Indian came to camp a n d stayeQ all n ight. Investigated feeding ground around marsh Held in camp on account of rain. To be prepared and mailed to the Bureau promptly at end or each w eek. 1-3001

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, y 9 t ayed in c amp until 2 p m on myself then vre:nt o u t on marsh about r oosted i n rookery 'Ia.y 1 0 account o f r ain. Hammel, .ddison, and three mi l e s s a 1 a bout 50 birds bout ddison left 6 a m or Cho kolo skee i n motor boat for supplies a n d mail. Returning about p m co vering abo u t fo t y miles. Hammel took skif f and went up little creek, returning about 6 p m Three Ind ians passed camp a out 2 p m o n 1 a y t o Chokoloskee. About thirty birds roosted in rookery. y 11. ddison left c amp 6 a m for water in mot o r boat, returning 1 0 a m U p on arri v a l he and Hammel went out and found about fee ing. Returned to c amp bout 5 p m I saw quite a number of birds fly i n g over towa r d S wee t water bay. bout t wenty_ pJ_rd s roosted a t rooke r y y 12 Hamrn 1 ddison nd JT\YSelf took motor boat and went u p to hevelier bay t o make an investigation on mar"h out from there saw a good many birds, but a s they were so ''il d 1e could not tel for sure what they were. pparently had e e n s h o t at a g o o d bit. eturned to c amp 6 p m bout f i f teea birds roosted in rooke .fi.ay 1 3 Hal'Jlrnel, ddison, and myse l f v1ent out on marsh a t 7 a m f o u n d a l a g e a lligator and kille d it. aw quite a number of birds of different v arieties. o n g them about 6 pink cur l e 1 s and severa l long vfu.i tes. Returned to c amp t 4 .45 p m /Jay 1 4 ddison left c amp i n motor boat for Chokoloskee a t 7 a m for mail and provisions, returni n g and 6 3o p m Hanunel wen t out o n marsh in morning t 8 o 'clo c k re turning at 11: 56, whil I stayed in c a A t 2 p m Hamme 1 and myself v1ent up little creek in skiff vrbere r e heard a gun fire, and found a ms.n that had jus t shot an lligator, and info r med h i m that he must leave, which e a i Birds were not so p lentiful eemed to e leaving y y 1 5 .'l e mre weather bound for abou t eight hours, and did not g o out Only roosted a t rookery i 1 'Jay 1 6 ddison, Hammel, and myself all vren t over to a small lake whe r e 1 e had previously s een about 100 birds, but upon arrival vre found none whatev er. e turned t o camp : bO p m

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l'l May 17. P acked u p and left camp for Pumpkin K e y bay, a distance of about forty fi v e miles. Taking all day for the trip Ar rived about 6 p m May 18. [a.de a t horough investigation o f t erritory surrounding a n d found about or fifteen Lon g V/hi but e x tremely wild May 1920 Rain a n d s t orm all day May 21. Left i n moto r b o a t for Chokoloskee arrivi n g there about 9 a m a distance o f 1 8 miles. Sold boa t and c am e to !'Ort Myers in thel arriving ort ers May 2 2 4 p m

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,,... Form Bt-119. March 1920. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY WEEKLY ITINERARY AND REPORT OF ACTIVITIES Chas H Swick David L Hammel and Chester ddison -----------------------('N -----------------. ___ _____ __ (Address for succeeding w eek.) Period from _________ ____ __.2 ____ _______________ ------------------to _________________ Jllay .9+-_..1920_. ________________ 19 DATE AND LOCALITY. OUTLINE OF WORK PERFORMED. Sunday--------------Monday _____________ May 3 Tuesday------------VVednesda y __________ a y 5 Thursday------------y 6 Friday ____________ __ IB.y 7 Saturday ____________ May 8 REMARKS: ddison after water, :wi c k and F .ammel looking fter birds, in and around camp dison to C hoko l oskee for nail an d sup plies. Ham.mel nd wick l ook i after birds on marsh and around camp. 1i ck and Hammel t o little l ake t o look after birds around there. Addison i n camp. ddison nd wick 1ent u p creek in skiff to marsh lookin g after birds. Ha.ml e l guarding camp Addison and Harrrnel to c yp ress lo kin g afte r birds, wi ck guarding camp. ddison after water. Swick and Hammel guarding narsh and camp. Ind i a n rank i llie c ame to camp. Hammel and Swick went u p little creek to mar s h to inve stigate. A ddison guarding camp. To be prepared and mailed to the Bureau promptly at end or each week. 8-3001

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' Form Bl1 J9. March 1921. 1 I c p y UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY WEEKLY ITINERARY AND REPORT OF ACTIVITIES has. H Swick avi d L Hammel and Chester ddison -------------------------( N --------------------Q ---------------------------(Address for s ucceeding week.) Period from _______ ________________ ______________________ to ____________________ May __ l 6_, 1 9 DATE AND LOCALITY. Sunday _____________ y 9 Monday _____________ .rJay 10 Tuesday------------fay 11 VVednesday ________ H a y 1 2 Thursday May. 1 3 Friday ___ __________ 1 4 Saturday __________ y l b REMARKS: I OUTLINE OF WORK PERFORMED. n camp until 2 p m on account of rain. Then guarding birds in around c P .ddison to Chokoloskee for sup p lies. Hammel and S ick guarding birds o n marsh and around camp ddison after water. Hammel and Swick g .arding birds. All three go to hevelier to make i nvestigation on marsh there. 11 ardi ng bir d s illed larg e alli gator. A d d ison to Cho oloskee for nBil and Hammel a n d wick guarding birds. { gun shot. ( ee month l y report) leather bound. sup plies. e investigation To be prepared and mailed to the Bure a u promptly at end or ea c h week. 1-300 1

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/' / \ c 0 y UNITED S T A ES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE l 'BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY WEEKLY ITINERARY AND REPORT OF ACTIVITIFS has. H Swick, vid ammel nd C h e ter do_is on ________ r,---r-------------------------(N ame.) ---------------------------(Address !or s ucceeding week. ) Period from ___ _______ J4:!:Y __ __________________________ ___ to ______________ __ ________________ ___ 1 9 DATE A N D LOCALITY. Sunday----------y 1 6 Monday ____ _________ y 1 7 Tuesday---------I y 18 "\Vednesday ________ I Y 1 9 Th u rsday y 20 Friday _________ ___ y 2 1 y 22 REMARKS: OUTLINE OF \VORK PERFORMED. Addison nd Hammel 1ent over to small l ake to make investigation. a cked u and left camp for Pumpkin ey to rru:ike investigations Distance 45 miles. ooking ove r grounds around Pumpkin ey Rained and stormed 1 1 y i ned. n d s tormed 11 d L&ft Pu.mpkin ey for C h oko loskee. istance 18 miles. Le vug there f o r "'ort ( ee report) _rri veo. i n or t ers 4 p m To be prepared and mailed to the Bureau promptly at end or each week. 1-3001