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The Condor, Volume 11, Number 3 (1909)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Condor
Year: 
1909
Volume: 
11
Issue: 
3 (May-June)

CONTENTS

The White-Throated Swifts on Slover Mountain. 77-81.
Wilson C. Hanna.
Some Notes From Fresno County, California. 81-84.
John G. Tyler.
The Mourning Dove (Zenaidura carolinensis) in Captivity. 84-85.
E. W. Gifford.
A Problem in Indeterminates. 86-90.
P. M. Silloway.
The Use of Magpie's Nests By Other Birds. 90-92.
Robert B. Rockwell.
Swarming of the Ruby-Crowned Kinglet. 93.
J. W. Preston.
The Passing of the Pedro Island Sea Bird Rookery. 94-96.
Milton S. Ray, Oluf J. Heinemann.
An Ornithological Trip to Los Coronados Islands, Mexico. 96-100.
Howard W. Wright.
Editorial Notes and News. 104-106.
Joseph Grinnell.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 107-108.
H.W Carriger

Correspondence

Letter. 106.
Robert D. Rockwell.

From Field and Study

Nest of the Western Meadowlark. 100-101.
Joseph Mailliard.
The Swamp Sparrow on the Lower Rio Grande. 101.
Austin Paul Smith.
Scolecophagus Carolinus in Colorado. 101.
George Richards.
Condors in a Flock. 101.
Ralph Arnold.
The American Redstart in Southern California. 102.
Pingree I. Osburn.
The Small American Crosbill in California. 102.
J. Grinnell.
Winter Notes From Clipper Gap, Placer County. 102.
E. Adams.
Ancient Murrelet at San Clemente. 102.
C. B. Linton.
Behavior of a Young Rivoli Hummingbird. 102-103.
F. C. Willard.
The Derby Flycatcher (Pitangus derbianus) a Permanent Resident Within Our Borders. 103.
Austin Paul Smith.
Flicker Feathers. 103.
Joseph Mailliard.

Publications Reviewed

Bailey's Handbook of Birds of the Western United States Third Edition. 106.
J. Grinnell
Grinnell's Birds and Mammals of the 1907 Alexander Expedition to Southeastern Alaska. 106-107.
Wilfred H. Osgood
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