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The Condor, Volume 27, Number 1 (1925)

1 (January-February)


The Nest and Eggs of the Black Rosy Finch. 3-7.
Frederic W. Miller.
A Seven-Year Duck Census of the Middle Rio Grande Valley. 8-11.
Aldo Leopold.
Communism in the California Woodpecker. 12-19.
Frank A. Leach.
A Report on the Birds of Northwestern Alaska and Regions Adjacent to Bering Strait. Part I. 20-32.
Alfred M. Bailey.
White Pelicans in Nevada. 32-33.
Laura Mills.
The Nesting of the Worthen Sparrow in Tamaulipas, Mexico. 34.
John E. Thayer.
Editorial Notes and News. 42-44.
J. Grinnell.
Some Impressions of the Pittsburgh Meeting of the A. O. U.. 44-47.
J. Grinnell.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 47-48.
Hilda W. Grinnell, Ella H. Ellis.

From Field and Study

Parasitism in the Road-Runner. 35.
J. R. Pemberton.
Further Notes on Screech Owls at Buena Park. 35-36.
John McB. Robertson.
The Coues Gadwall Extinct. 36.
Alexander Wetmore.
Rocky Mountain Jay Using Its Feet for Carrying Purposes. 36.
E. J. Sawyer.
Occurrence of the Alpine Three-Toed Woodpecker in Washington. 36.
William T. Shaw.
The Socorro Warbler Added to the A. O. U. Check-List. 36-37.
Chester C. Lamb.
The Olive-Backed Thrush of California. 37.
A. J. Van Rossem.
Some Unusual Birds at Or Near San Diego. 37.
Henry Grey.
Passer Domesticus Again. 38.
John McB. Robertson.
Voice of the Turkey Vulture. 38.
J. R. Pemberton.

With the Bird Banders

Nuthatch in Pasadena Develops Trap Habit. 38-39.
Harold Michenor.
The Sport Trap. 39.
J. Eugene Law.
Returns at Stations in Southern California. 39-41.
John C. Fortiner, Wright M. Pierce, Clifford H. Hood, John McB. Robertson.
The First Government Report on Returns From Banded Birds. 41-42.
J. Eugene Law.
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