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The Condor, Volume 14, Number 1 (1912)

1 (January-February)


Frontispiece: Long-Billed Dowitchers Feeding. 4.
W. Leon Dawson.
The Shore Birds of Santa Barbara. 5-11.
J. Hooper Bowles, Alfred B. Howell, J. H. Bowles.
Through Tahoean Mountains. 12-14.
Milton S. Ray, Oluf J. Heinemann.
A Visit to Nootka Sound. 15-21.
H. S. Swarth.
Some Birds of Southwestern Montana. 22-32.
Aretas A. Saunders.
Birds of a Mojave Desert Oasis. 32-40.
Chester Lamb.
Editorial Notes and News. 43.
J. Grinnell
Constitution of the Cooper Ornithological Club. 47-50.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 50-52.
J. E. Law, H. S. Swarth

From Field and Study

Bobolink Again in Idaho. 41.
L. E. Wyman.
Wood Ibis Near Long Beach. 41.
J. E. Law.
Another Eastern Fox Sparrow in Southern California. 41.
Alfred B. Howell.
Rare Takes for San Mateo County, California. 41.
Chase Littlejohn.
The American Merganser at Lake Tahoe. 41-42.
J. E. Law.
Concerning Nesting Sites of the California Jay. 42.
John W. Mailliard.

Publications Reviewed

Miller on Fossil Birds. 43-44.
J. Grinnell
Woodpeckers in Relation to Trees and Wood Products by W.L. McAtee. 44-45.
H.C. Bryant
A Monograph of the Broad-Winged Hawk by Frank L. Burns. 45.
H.S. Swarth
The Relation of Birds to an Insect Outbreak in Northern California by Harold C. Bryant. 45-46.
W.L. McAtee
Useful Birds of South Australia by A.G. Edquist. 46-47.
W.L. McAtee
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