G[eorge] B. Bayley
So also most of the birds cross the courses of the [illegible]. As they fly from one to the other of the [illegible] wh. stretch along the canon walls. trace the [muramis?] to some extent because the forests are growing on them But they frequently cross from one to the other & draw exceedingly angular & consolidated courses
San Francisco [Calif.]
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