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The Condor, Volume 4, Number 2 (1902)

2 (March-April)


Young American Barn Owls. 29.
Geo. Towne.
The Scissor-tailed Flycatcher in Texas. 30-31.
Florence Merriam Bailey.
Some Experiences of 1901. 31-34.
P. M. Silloway.
Hummingbird Experiences from my Note Book. 35-36.
Mollie Bryan.
The Oregon Song Sparrow. 36-37.
Walter K. Fisher.
Winter Observations on the Colorado Desert. 37-39.
F. S. Daggett.
A Few Notes on the Nesting of Trochilus alexandri. 39-40.
R. C. Wueste.
Owl Notes from Southern California. 40.
Frank Stephens.
Status of Cyanocitta stelleri carbonacea Grinnell. 41-44.
Walter K. Fisher.
The Monterey Fox Sparrow. 44-45.
Joseph Grinnell.
Publications Received. 48.
Editorial Notes. 50.
C. Barlow.
Official Minutes Southern Division. 52.
Howard Robertson.
Official Minutes Northern Division. 52.
C. Barlow.
Obituary: Miss Bertha F. Herrick. 52.


Pterylosis of Hummingbirds and Swifts. 47-48.
R. W. Shufeldt.


A Letter from the Galapagos Expedition. 50-52.
R. H. Beck.

From Field and Study

A Criticism of Two Recent Records. 45.
Frank Stephens.
Occurrence of the Redpoll in California. 45-46.
J. M. Willard.
Additions to the List of Paicines Birds. 46.
Joseph Mailliard.
Birds Destroyed by Pools of Petroleum Along Railroads. 46.
Otto Holstein.
Notes From About San Francisco. 46.
J. R. Pemberton.
A Partial Albino. 46.
W. Otto Emerson.
Early Nesting of the Western Redtail. 46.
J. B. Dixon.
An Extension of the Southern Range of Perisoreus obscurus. 46.
Edmund Heller.
Clangula hyemalis in Marin County, California. 46.
Joseph Mailliard.
Fall Distribution of the Western Robin. 47.
Joseph Mailliard.
A Correction. 47.
Walter K. Fisher.
The Passing of the Great Blue Heron at Santa Monica. 47.
W. Lee.

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