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The Condor, Volume 18, Number 1 (1916)

1 (January-February)


Philadelphia to the Coast in Early Days, and the Development of Western Ornithology Prior to 1850. 3-14.
Witmer Stone.
Characteristic Birds of the Dakota Prairies, III. Among the Sloughs and Marshes. 14-21.
Florence Merriam Bailey.
New and Interesting Bird Records From Oregon. 21-22.
Stanley G. Jewett.
A Personal Supplement to the Distributional List of the Birds of California. 22-30.
William Leon Dawson.
Editorial Notes and News. 36-37.
J. Grinnell.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 38-40.
H. W. Carriger, H. C. Bryant, H. S. Swarth, and A. O. Traganza.

From Field and Study

House Finch Or Linnet?. 30.
Junius Henderson.
Late Nesting of the Arkansas Goldfinch. 30.
J. S. Appleton.
Shearwaters on San Francisco Bay. 30.
John W. Mailliard.
A Golden-Crowned Sparrow Lost on Mount Shasta. 30.
W. J. Chamberlin.
An Unusual Nest Addition. 31.
Harold M. Holland.
A Record of the Golden Plover in the State of Washington. 31-32.
J. H. Bowles.
A Note on the Food of the Northern Pileated Woodpecker. 32.
H. C. Bryant.
Occurrence of Emperor Goose in Northern California. 32.
Carl S. Muller.
Townsend Solitaire in the San Jacinto Mountains. 32-33.
H. S. Swarth.
Auburn Canyon Wren, a Preferable Name for Catherpes Mexicanus Punctulatus. 33.
William Leon Dawson.
Notes From the San Bernardino Mountains, California. 34.
Wright M. Pierce.
A Record of the Forbush Sparrow in the State of Washington. 35.
J. Hooper Bowles.
White-Winged Scoter in Klamath County, Oregon. 35.
Harry Telford.
The Pigeon Guillemot Nesting in San Francisco. 35.
George W. Schussler.
Marbled Godwit in Colorado. 35.
Junius Henderson.
The Coloration of Eggs. 35.
D. I. Shepardson.

Publications Reviewed

Review: Wild Bird Guests - How to Entertain Them by Ernest Harold Baynes. 37-38.
Walter P. Taylor
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