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The Condor, Volume 7, Number 2 (1905)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Condor
Year: 
1905
Volume: 
7
Issue: 
2 (March-April)

CONTENTS

A Note on the Prairie Falcon. 35-36
Louis Agassiz Fuertes.
Do Birds Migrate Along Their Ancient Immigration Routes? 36-38
Leonhard Stejneger.
Breeding Notes From New Mexico. 39-40
Florence Merriam Bailey.
Portraits of Dr. Philip Lutley Sclater, Prof. Dr. Jean Cabanis, Mr. Howard Saunders, and Count Von Tachusi Zu Schmidhoffen. 41.
Some Bird Notes From the Central Sierras (Concluded). 42-43
Charles R. Keyes.
Fac-Simile Page From First Draft of Bonaparte's American Ornithology. 44-45.
A Manuscript of Charles Lucian Bonsparte (With Portrait). 46-47
W. Otto Emerson.
Summer Birds of the Papago Indian Reservation and of the Santa Rita Mountains, Arizona (Continued). 47-50
Harry S. Swarth.
Nest of Golden Eagle, in a Bluff Near Arroyo Grande, California (Photograph). 50
R. B. Moran.
News Notes. 56.

Editorial Notes

California Bird Law, Notes on Work of Sclater, Cabanis, Saunders and Von Tachusi Zu Schmidhoffen, Etc.. 54- 55.

From Field and Study

The Japan Stork. 51
Walter K. Fisher.
The Flycatcher from the Santa Barbara Islands. 51-52
Joseph Grinnell
Bohemian Waxwings in Utah. 52
S. H. Goodwin.
Status of the Townsend Warbler in California. 52-53
Joseph Grinnell.
Colaptes Auratus Luteus in Los Angeles County, California. 53
C. H. Richardson, Jr.,.
Rufous-Crowned Sparrow Near Stanford University. 53
Joseph Grinnell.
Double Nest of Arkansas Kingbird. 53
J. S. Hunter.
Aerial Battle of Red-Tailed Hawks, Buteo Borealis Calurns. 53
Henry W. Marsden.
The Mockingbird at Stanford University, California. 55
Walter K. Fisher.
Orange-Crowned Warbler Taken at San Luis Obispo, California. 55
Joseph Mailliard.
Notes on the Lewis Woodpecker. 56
John J. Williams.
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