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The Condor, Volume 21, Number 1 (1919)

1 (January-February)


A Return to the Dakota Lake Region (Continued). 3-11.
Florence Merriam Bailey.
The Solitaires of Shasta. 12-21.
William Leon Dawson.
Nesting of the Short-Eared Owl in Western Washington. 21-25.
E. A. Kitchim.
Problem: Do Birds Mate for Life?. 26-27.
J. Eugene Law.
Evidence That Many Birds Remain Mated for a Number of Years. 28-30.
N. K. Carpenter.
Parasitism of Nesting Birds By Fly Larvae. 30-38.
O. E. Plath.
Editorial Notes and News (With One Photo). 43-44.
J. Grinnell, W. K. Fisher.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 46-48.
Amelia S. Allen, L. E. Wyman.

From Field and Study

The Costa Collection of Birds. 39.
J. H. Fleming.
The Wilson Phalarope in the San Diegan Region. 39.
Loye Miller.
Nesting of the Western Willet in California. 39-40.
J. Van Denburgh.
Nighthawk Observed in San Francisco. 40.
Joseph Mailliard.
Notes on Red-Headed Woodpecker and Jack Snipe in New Mexico. 40.
Aldo Leopold.
Nesting of the Band-Tailed Pigeon in San Diego County, California. 40-41.
C. S. Sharp.
Recent Additions to the California State List of Birds. 41-42.
J. Grinnell.
Sapsuckers and Hummingbirds. 42.
H. H. Mitchell.
Western Golden-Crowned Kinglet in Los Angeles. 42.
Loye Miller.
A Northern Record of Mimus Polyglottos Leucopterus. 42.
William Leon Dawson.

Publications Reviewed

Review: A Review of the Albatrosses, Petrels, and Diving Petrels by Leverett Mills Loomis. 44-46.
J. Grinnell.
Review: The Hawks of the Canadian Prairie Provinces in Their Relation to Agriculture by P. A. Taverner. 46.
H. S. Swarth.
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