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That winter I climbed up to look for a number of objects and wondered concerning the cony.
WATCHED BY WILD ANIMALSENOS A. MILLS
One cony had a series of connected rooms, enough almost for a cliff-dweller city.
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It appears that all cony stacks are placed by the entrance of the den, and in as sheltered a spot as possible.
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In the remains of a caved moraine I saw parts of a number of cony dens exposed.
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The upper limits of the inhabited cony zone present a barren appearance.
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Near each stack collection was an equal number of entrances to cony dens.
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I waited long, then laid my sweater upon his slab of granite and went on to the home of another cony.
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But the cony making the tracks which I followed had left the place and proceeded as though he knew just where he was going.
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In searching for the tracks beyond I came in view of a tiny cony haystack back in a cave-like place formed among the rocks.
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The snow along the edge of the disturbed area was tracked and re-tracked—a confusion of cony footprints.
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