Skip to main content

The Condor, Volume 21, Number 5 (1919)

5 (September-October)


Autobiographical Notes (Continued). 177-181.
Henry Wetherbee Henshaw.
Differential Sex Migration of Mallards in New Mexico. 182-183.
Aldo Leopold.
Description of a Twenty-Year Series of Eggs of the Sierra Junco. 184-188.
Milton S. Ray, Oluf J. Heinemann.
A Return to the Dakota Lake Region (Continued). 189-193.
Florence Merriam Bailey.
Bird Notes From Southeastern Oregon and Northeastern California. 194-207.
George Willett.
The Wilson Snipe Nesting in Southern California. 207-209.
Edward Wall.
Description of a New Subspecies of Pipilo Fuscus. 210-211.
Harry C. Oberholser.
Editorial Notes and News. 214-215.
Joseph Grinnell.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 216.
L. E. Wyman, Tracy I. Storer.

From Field and Study

Fly-Catching Birds. 212.
Joseph Mailliard.
A California Specimen of the Sandhill Crane. 212-213.
H. S. Swarth.
Sharp-Shinned Hawks and Small Birds. 213.
Allan Brooks.
Notes From Inyo County, California. 213-214.
Austin Paul Smith.
The California Jay as a Bird Killer. 214.
Tracy I. Storer.
Attachment Size
Back Matter (PDF) (212.49 KB) 212.49 KB
Front Matter (PDF) (224.54 KB) 224.54 KB

Advanced Search