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The Condor, Volume 3, Number 4 (1901)

4 (July-August)


Breeding of Hesperocichla naevia in California. 91.
Walter K. Fisher.
The Santa Cruz Song Sparrow, with Notes on the Salt Marsh Song Sparrow. 92-93.
Joseph Grinnell.
Two Years with Mexican Birds. III. Some Plantation Birds. 93-94.
E. H. Skinner.
Scott's Oriole at San Diego, California. 94.
Frank Stephens.
An Exceptional Set of Eggs of the Wood Duck. 95.
Walter B. Sampson.
A New Species of Geospiza Collected by the Hopkins-Stanford Expedition to the Galapagos Islands. 96.
Robert E. Snodgrass, Edmund Heller.
An Outing for Owls' Eggs. 96-98.
Prof. P. M. Silloway.
The Bullock's and Arizona Hooded Orioles. 98-100.
J. F. Illingworth.
Notes on Some Little-known Birds of Southern California. 100.
Edmund Heller.
Two Amusing Incidents. 101-102.
A. I. Mccormick.
A Study of the Birds of Santiago Canyon. 103-104.
Mollie Bryan.
Pacific Coast Changes in the Check-list. 106.
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Save the Birds Stomachs. 108.
No Author.
Editorial Notes. 108.
No Author.
A Suggestion for Forming Club Chapters. 109.
Frank S. Daggett.
Query Column (Answers). 109.
W. Otto Emerson.
Publications Received. 110.
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Official Minutes of Northern Division. 110.
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Use of Collodion to Prevent Arsenical Poisoning. 106.
W. L. Burnett.
A Boon for Oologists. 106.
Chas W. Bowles.

Echoes from the Field

Early Nesting of the Red-bellied Hawk. 104.
Nelson Carpenter.
Western Evening Grosbeak Again. 104.
F. C. Clark.
Parasites in Birds. 104-105.
L. Belding.
Notes on the Loon, Evening Grosbeak and Broad-tailed Hummingbird. 105.
R. C. Mcgregor.
Breeding of the Western Robin in Lake Co.,California. 105.
A. W. Johnson.
Curious Nest of Anna's Hummingbird. 105.
W. Lee Chambers.
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