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The Indian Forester August 1922

1922

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This species does not occur at all in the driest tracts of Orissa: Prceeding south-eastwards from SambalpOr towards Cuttack and the Bay of Bengal it is first met with in a natural state on the borders of Sambalpur district and then only on alluvial sons in the bottOms of valleys.' As the relative humidity of the air rises thiS species becomes more and more dominant in the valleys and it also c [...] ; he was out for blood and kept murmuring helpfully in my ear Maro Sahib maro." The owner of the biggest head available was standing in the second row and the heart and shoulder were - covered by a smaller animal in front but I could get a cleaeview of the point of the hip and the triangle in front of it which I was aiven to understand was a fatal shot. [...] I missed the dog with a 220 Winchester I was carrying but the shot made it leave the pursuit and the hind got away for the time into the forest but I fear the respite was only a temporary one and the dog was probably after it again almost immediately. [...] The cranes feed in the mornings on the wheat and gramfields and rest during the middle of the day on sand-banks in the big rivers as the Mahanaddi x922]. SOME C. P. REMINISCENCES 443 Siunath and Pairi. [...] Of the 19 students in the Vernacular Class all have obtained certificates and six have gained the certificate with honours One honour in the Upper Class is below the average but six in the Vernacular Class is distinctly good and the class is to he congratulated.

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agriculture environment

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85
SARF Document ID
sarf.120200

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