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The Condor, Volume 13, Number 3 (1911)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Condor
Year: 
1911
Volume: 
13
Issue: 
3 (May-June)

CONTENTS

The Literary and Other Principles in Ornithological Writing. 81-87.
Milton S. Ray.
Nesting Habits of the Western Flycatcher. 87-89.
Harriet Williams Myers.
My Avian Visitors: Notes From South Dakota. 89-104.
H. Tullsen.
A Nesting Colony of Heermann Gulls and Brewster Boobies. 104-106.
John E. Thayer.
Editorial Notes and News. 112.
J. Grinnell
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 113-116.
J.E. Law, H.S. Swarth, H.W. Carriger

From Field and Study

Remarks on the Food of Young Cowbirds. 107.
W. L. McAtee.
Notes on a Broken Leg in the White-Rumped Shrike. 107.
Clarence Hamilton Kennedy.
The Catbird in Southern Idaho. 108.
L. E. Wyman.
The Yellow Rail in Southern California. 108.
Pingree I. Osburn.
Some August Notes for Lake Valley. 108.
Milton S. Ray.
Occurrence of the Red Crossbill (Loxia Curvirostra Minor) in Southern Idaho. 108.
L. E. Wyman.
A Nesting Incident of the Brewer Blackbird. 108.
L. E. Wyman.
The Virginia Rail at Helena, Montana, in Winter. 108.
Aretas A. Saunders.
The Bohemian Waxwing in Placer County, California. 109.
E. W. Gifford.
The Egret in Southern California. 109.
C. B. Linton.
The Troupial in California. 109.
J. H. Bowles.
Bobolink at Great Altitude. 109.
J. Clarence Hersey.
Unusual Nesting Site of the San Nicolas Rock Wren. 109.
C. B. Linton.
Field Notes From the San Joaquin Valley. 109-111.
J. Grinnell.
An Albino. 111.
W. E. Unglish.
The Bohemian Waxwing in Sacramento County, California. 111.
J. Grinnell.

Publications Reviewed

The Home-Life of the Spoonbill, the Stork and Some Herons by Bentley Beetham. 112-113.
H.S. Swarth
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