Report of the Superintendent of the Crater Lake National Park, 1910
Animals and Birds.
Greater numbers of both bear and deer have been seen in the park during the past summer than during any previous season; it is therefore believed that both of these species of animals are increasing in the reserve. A good many pine martin, fisher, and timber squirrels have been seen, and since trapping has been prohibited in the park it is reasonable to believe that they, too, are increasing.
Grouse and native pheasants and some other upland birds appear to be more plentiful than during former seasons.
All the animals and birds are much tamer than during the former seasons.