Great NebraskaNaturalists and Scientists
NOU, Lawrence Bruner, Letter, 1904, May 3
Mr. Lawrence Skow, Florence, Nebr.
My Dear Sir;- I am in receipt of your favor of April 28 for which I am much obliged. You may look for me almost any time this week, since I am quite anxious to have our revised list of Nebraska Birds as nearly perfect as possible. I will not bother you to meet me in Florence but will depend upon my legs to reach your place. I do not think the snake you mention in your letter is a poisonous one but it might be well to take some precaution in handling it.. We are quite busy now, nevertheless try to keep some track of migrant birds. Yours very truly,