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The Condor, Volume 20, Number 5 (1918)

5 (September-October)


Notes on the Nesting of the Mountain Plover. 157-163.
W. C. Bradbury.
Frank Stephens-An Autobiography. 164-166.
F. Stephens.
Evidence That Many Birds Remain Mated for Life. 167-170.
F. C. Williard.
A Return to the Dakota Lake Region (Continued). 170-178.
Florence Merriam Bailey.
Some Oceanic Birds From Off the Coast of Washington and Vancouver Island. 178-180.
Stanton Warburton, Jr..
Description of a New Subspecies of Cyanolaemus Clemenciae. 181-182.
Harry C. Oberholser.
Some Summer Birds of Alert Bay, British Columbia. 183-186.
P. A. Taverner.
Editorial Notes and News. 194.
J. Grinnell.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 194-196.
Amelia S. Allen, L. E. Wyman.

From Field and Study

Second Occurrence of Wilson Plover in California. 187.
A. M. Ingersoll.
Heermann Gull with White Primary Coverts. 187.
P. A. Taverner.
Pacific Coast Records of the European Widgeon. 187-188.
T. S. Palmer.
An Albino Magpie. 189.
A. D. Dubois.
New Records for Some of the Islands Off the Coast of Southern California. 189-190.
Joseph Mailliard.
Long Waits for Sets of Winter Wrens. 190.
John M. Davis.
Extension of Known Distribution in Some Northern California Birds. 190.
Joseph Grinnell.
Bird Notes From Admiralty Island, Southeastern Alaska. 191.
A. E. Hasselborg.
Supposed New Record for Central Kansas. 191.
A. J. Kirn.
Large Set of Eggs of the Western Red-Tailed Hawk. 191.
Lawrence Peyton.
A Late Nest of the Swainson Hawk. 191-192.
A. D. Dubois.
Notes From Southern California. 192.
L. E. Wyman.
When the Thrushes Cease From Singing. 192-193.
Joseph Mailliard.
A New Bird for Santa Catalina Island. 193.
H. C. Bryant.
Late Snowy Owl Dates. 193.
Stanton Warburton, Jr..
The Virginia Warbler in California. 193.
J. Grinnell.
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