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. California fish and game. Fisheries -- California; Game and game-birds -- California; Fishes -- California; Animal Population Groups; Pêches; Gibier; Poissons. 58 CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME 4. Observance of the law and eradica- tion of tlie game hog are responsibilities no sportsman can evade. 5. A few fools with matches kill more game than many shotguns—prevent fires. 0. Only vandals destroy farmera' fences, injure their stock or disregai-d their wishes. 7. Real sportsmen never ti*y their skill about farmyards, pastures and on tres- pass signs. 8. Saving ample seed stock, and feed- ing it dur

. California fish and game. Fisheries -- California; Game and game-birds -- California; Fishes -- California; Animal Population Groups; Pêches; Gibier; Poissons. 58 CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME 4. Observance of the law and eradica- tion of tlie game hog are responsibilities no sportsman can evade. 5. A few fools with matches kill more game than many shotguns—prevent fires. 0. Only vandals destroy farmera' fences, injure their stock or disregai-d their wishes. 7. Real sportsmen never ti*y their skill about farmyards, pastures and on tres- pass signs. 8. Saving ample seed stock, and feed- ing it dur Stock Photo
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. California fish and game. Fisheries -- California; Game and game-birds -- California; Fishes -- California; Animal Population Groups; Pêches; Gibier; Poissons. 58 CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME 4. Observance of the law and eradica- tion of tlie game hog are responsibilities no sportsman can evade. 5. A few fools with matches kill more game than many shotguns—prevent fires. 0. Only vandals destroy farmera' fences, injure their stock or disregai-d their wishes. 7. Real sportsmen never ti*y their skill about farmyards, pastures and on tres- pass signs. 8. Saving ample seed stock, and feed- ing it during the winter time, will per- petuate the sport. 9. A clear conscience at the end of the trip and an invitation to come again beats bands on the legs of our native birds, an important investigation is being carried on by our Government. The purpose of this investigation is to learn how long birds live, what routes they travel in migration, how many miles they travel in a day, whether or not they return to the same locality, whether or not they keep the same mates and many other interest- ing (juestions. If you handle any game bird or find any other kind of bird, dead or alive, examine its legs for a baud and road tlie number very carefully. If the bird is alive, leave the band on and release the bird, but if the bird is dead, remove the band and send the band and all infor-. FiG. 24. State Conservation Training Camp for Eagle Scouts. Yosemite, California. August 5-15, 1928. Photograph by B. C. Cain. a full bag.—Seth E. Gordon, Conserva- tion Director, Izaak Walton League of America. SPORTSMEN REQUESTED TO REPORT BANDED BIRDS The United States Bureau of Biological Survey wishes to stir greater interest on the part of hunters in banded birds. The knowledge to be gained through reports of such birds killed by sportsmen is fun- damental to an unrlerstanding of their travels. The following is an announce- ment explaining the reasons for such work: "By means of numbered al

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