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" The Marsh Hawk is unquestionably one of the most beneficial as it is one of our most abundant Hawks, and its presence and increase should be encouraged in every way possible, not only by protecting it by law, but by disseminating a knowledge of the benefits... "
Michigan bird life: a list of all the bird species known to occur in the ... - Page 262
by Walter Bradford Barrows, Michigan State University. Dept. of Zoology - 1912 - 822 pages
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Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture

United States. Dept. of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1889
...our most abundant hawks, and its presence and increase should be encouraged in every way possible, not only by protecting it by law, but by disseminating...is probably the most active and determined foe of meadow mice and ground squirrels, destroying greater numbers of these pests than any other species,...
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FIRST REPORT OF THE CRETARY OF AGRICULTURE

WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT - 1889
...our most abundant hawks, and its presence and increase should be encouraged in every way possible, not only by protecting it by law, but by disseminating...is probably the most active and determined foe of meadow mice and ground squirrels, destroying greater numbers of these pests than any other species,...
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The Hawks and Owls of the United States in Their Relation to Agriculture

Albert Kenrick Fisher - Birds - 1893 - 210 pages
...our most abundant Hawks, and its presence and increase should be encouraged in every way possible, not only by protecting it by law, but by disseminating...is probably the most active and determined foe of meadow mice and ground squirrels, destroying greater numbers of these pests than any other species,...
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Bulletin, Issue 3

Zoology, Economic - 1893
...our most abundant Hawks, and its presence and increase should be encouraged in every way possible, not only by protecting it by law, but by disseminating...is probably the most active and determined foe of meadow mice and ground squirrels, destroying greater numbers of these pests than any other species,...
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The Birds of New Jersey

Birds - 1896 - 196 pages
...our most abundant hawks, and its presence and increase should be encouraged in every way possible, not only by protecting it by law, but by disseminating...is probably the most active and determined foe of meadow mice and ground squirrels, destroying greater numbers of these pests than any other species,...
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Birds of Village and Field: A Bird Book for Beginners

Florence Merriam Bailey - Birds - 1898 - 406 pages
...Hawks," the doctor states, " and its presence and increase should be encouraged in every way possible, not only by protecting it by law, but by disseminating...is probably the most active and determined foe of meadow mice and ground squirrels, destroying greater numbers of these pests than any other species,...
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Birds of village and field: a bird book for beginners

Florence Merriam Bailey - Birds - 1898 - 406 pages
...Hawks." the doctor states, " and its presence and increase should be encouraged in every way possible, not only by protecting it by law, but by disseminating...is probably the most active and determined foe of meadow mice and ground squirrels, destroying greater numbers of these pests than any other species,...
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Bulletin

1911
...economic value of the marsh hawk: "It is probably the most active and determined foe of meadow mice and ground squirrels, destroying greater numbers of these pests than any other species. It preserves an immense quantity of grain, thousands of fruit trees, and innumerable nests...
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Bird-lore

Birds - 1903
...our most abundant Hawks, and its presence and increase should be encouraged in every way possible, not only by protecting it by law, but by disseminating...most active and determined foe of meadow-mice and ground-squirrels, destroying greater numbers of these pests than any other species; and this fact alone...
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