Catherine H. [Katie C.H.] Hittell
[Page 2] of larks is one of the principal entrees. Now that the closed season for quail, ducks and doves has begun, the massacre of the yellow throated meadow larks is going on. Can nothing be done to prevent this wholesale slaughter during the nesting period of the larks? I have been so wrought up over this subject that I am trying to see what can be done. I spoke to Miss Fitch, the daughter of Mr. Fitch of the Bulletin and this evening I see a fine plea for the larks in the Bulletin. I wrote to Miss Adeline Knapp who is well known as a champion of the
[San Francisco, Calif.]
1894 Mar 14
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