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The Condor, Volume 16, Number 4 (1914)

4 (July-August)


A Plea for Comparative Oology. 161-167.
Dr. T. W. Richards, U. S. Navy.
Peculiar Death of California Bush-Tit. 168-169.
G. Willett, Antonin Jay.
On the Oology of the North American Pygopodes. 169-180.
Dr. R. W. Shufeldt.
Editorial Notes and News. 184-185.
J. Grinnell
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 190-192.
H.S. Swarth, Tracy I. Storer
Meetings of the Cooper Ornithological Club. 192.


The Condor: A Magazine of Vertebrate Natural History?. 185-186.
J. Grinnell.
Destruction of Birds as a Result of Volcanic Action. 186.
W. J. Erskine.
Field Experiences on the Coast of Chile. 187-188.
R. H. Beck.

From Field and Study

A Plea for More Lasting Field Notes. 180-181.
A. Brazier Howell.
Notes From Vicinity of Claremont, California. 181-182.
Leon Lloyd Gardner.
Cedar Waxwing Nesting in Humboldt County, California. 182.
John M. Davis.
Occurrence of the Yellow Rail in Southern California. 182.
Wright M. Pierce.
Nesting of the Allen Hummingbird on Catalina Island. 182-183.
G. K. Snyder.
Eye-Color of Juncos: A Correction. 183.
Allan Brooks.
White-Throated Sparrow in Oregon. 183.
Alex. Walter.
The English Sparrow as Occurring in Northwestern Montana. 183.
Aretas A. Saunders.
Early Arrival of the Ash-Throated Flycatcher in the San Diegan District. 183.
H. S. Swarth.
Unusual Abundance of the Glaucous-Winged Gull on the Coast of Southern California. 183.
G. Willett.
The Eastern Sea Brant in California. 183.
H. C. Bryant.
The Lewis Woodpecker Nesting in Alameda County, California. 183.
L. P. Bolander.

Publications Reviewed

Review: The Birds of North and Middle America by Robert Ridgway. 188-189.
J. Grinnell
Review: A Monograph of the Genus Chordeiles Swainson: Type of a New Family of Goat-Suckers by Harry C. Oberholser. 189-190.
H.S. Swarth
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