Page:Field Notes of Junius Henderson, Notebook 1.djvu/7
Spruces also appeared at 8400 or 8500 ft. Prairie dog again at Edlowe 8950 ft. Top of divide between S. Platte and Arkansas drainage open and rolling along RR with scattered groves of pines and spruces 9200 ft. alt. 1 magpie here. Red Gilia and Cleome here with Potentilla fruticosa. At Florissant Lark buntings, Mt. Bluebirds, cliff swallows, barn swallows, Brewer blackbird, lark sparrows, Flickers, Eng sparrows.
Lava dyke at N.E. Cor. of town very badly shattered and weathered breaking into rather flat, irregular pieces, very unstable underfoot and in one place greatly broken, opening up crevices from 2 to 10 ft. wide and as deep, filled to that depth with debris, 80 ft. above creek bed.
Station 3Up first gulch W and N of Station 1.