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The Condor, Volume 22, Number 5 (1920)

5 (September-October)


The Pink-Sided Junco. 165-168.
M. P. Skinner.
The Function of Powder Downs in Herons. 168-170.
Alexander Wetmore.
Notes on a Few Birds of the Grand Canyon, Arizona. 171-172.
Melicent Humason Lee.
New and Interesting Records of Pribilof Island Birds. 173-175.
G. Dallas Hanna.
Notes on Some Birds of Interior Alaska. 176-185.
Lee Raymond Dice.
Editorial Notes and News. 191-192.
Joseph Grinnell.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 192-195.
Amelia S. Allen, L. E. Wyman, W. Lee Chambers.
Catalogue of the Chambliss Library, Property of Southern Division, Cooper Ornithological Club. 195-196.
Joseph Grinnell.

From Field and Study

Sunlight and Shadow. 186.
Chreswell J. Hunt.
How Fast Can a Roadrunner Run?. 186-187.
Richard Hunt.
Notes on Some Birds of Santa Cruz Island, California. 187-188.
Ralph Hoffman.
Bryant Marsh Sparrow in the Hills. 188.
Harold H. Bailey.
Authors' Names in the Second Condor Index. 188.
T. S. Palmer.
A Peculiar Flicker Habit. 188.
Luther Little.
Blue-Fronted Jay Nesting in Los Angeles, California. 188-189.
Mary Mann Miller.
Domesticating California Birds. 189.
Carroll De Wilton Scott.
Nesting of the Blue-Fronted Jay in South Pasadena. 190.
Luther Little.
Clark Nutcracker and White-Winged Dove in Southern California. 190.
John C. Fortiner.
Interesting Records From the San Joaquin Valley Region. 190.
John G. Tyler.
An Ovenbird on the Mohave Desert. 190-191.
Richard Hunt.
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