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The Condor, Volume 20, Number 2 (1918)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Condor
Year: 
1918
Volume: 
20
Issue: 
2 (March-April)

CONTENTS

In Memoriam: Lyman Belding (With Frontispiece). 51-61.
Walter K. Fisher.
The Salt Marsh Yellowthroats of San Francisco. 62-64.
George W. Schussler.
A Return to the Dakota Lake Region. 64-70.
Florence Merriam Bailey, Robert B. Rockwell.
Six Weeks in the High Sierras in Nesting Time. 70-78.
Milton S. Ray.
The Scarlet Ibis in Texas. 78-82.
R. A. Sell.
The Subspecies of the Oregon Jay. 83-84.
H. S. Swarth.
Bird Notes From Forrester Island, Alaska. 85.
George Willett.
Seven New Or Noteworthy Birds From East-Central California. 86-90.
Joseph Grinnell.
Editorial Notes and News. 94-95.
J. Grinnell.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 99-100.
Amelia S. Allen, L. E. Wyman.

From Field and Study

Observations in a Swallow Colony. 90-91.
Nelson K. Carpenter.
Wood Duck at San Diego. 91.
Henry Grey.
The Rough-Legged Hawk in Western Washington. 91.
E. A. Kitchin.
Whip-Poor-Will in New Mexico in March. 91-92.
Austin Paul Smith.
The Name of the American Barn Swallow. 92.
J. Grinnell.
Some Pugnacious Coots. 92.
F. W. Henshaw.
Two Mid-Winter Records for San Francisco County, California. 93.
Harold E. Hansen.
Two More Records for the Widgeon in Washington, and Other Notes. 93.
J. H. Bowles.
Do Purple Martins Inhabit Bird Boxes in the West?. 93.
Aldo Leopold.

Publications Reviewed

Review: A Study of the Incubation Periods of Birds - What Determines Their Lengths? by W. H. Bergtold. 95.
J. Grinnell.
Review: The Distribution of Bird-Life in Colombia; a Contribution to a Biological Survey of South America by Frank M. Chapman. 95- 97.
H. S. Swarth.
Review: Natural History Observations From the Mexican Portion of the Colorado Desert by Robert Cushman Murphy. 97.
J. Grinnell.
Review: Birds of America by T. Gilbert Pearson. 97-99.
J. Grinnell.
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