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The Condor, Volume 28, Number 5 (1926)

5 (September-October)


Examples of Recent American Bird Art. 191-206.
Harry Harris.
How the Bird Census Solves Some Problems in Distribution. 206-208.
May Thacher Cocks.
The Faunal Areas of Baja California Del Norte. 209-215.
Griffing Bancroft.
The California Forms of Agelaius Phoeniceus (Linnaeus). 215-230.
A. J. Van Rossem.
Notes on the Birds of the Baboquivari Mountains, Arizona. 231-238.
Stephen C. Bruner.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 247-248.
Alden H. Miller, Ella H. Ellis, Hilda W. Grinnell.

From Field and Study

What Is a Water Bird?. 238-239.
Edmund J. Sawyer.
San Diego Red-Wings Nesting in an Orange Grove. 240.
James A. Calder.
As to the Type of Falco Peregrinus Pealei. 240.
Robert Ridgway.
A Spring Trip to Santa Cruz Island. 240-241.
Roland Case Ross.
Notes on White-Fronted and Tale Geese in Central California. 241-243.
James Moffitt.
Correction Concerning Aviaries. 243.
Casey A. Wood.
The Cardinal Again. 243.
H. N. Henderson.
Fruit-Eating Hummingbirds. 243.
Austin Smith.
Exhaustion of Migrating Sea Birds. 244.
Joseph W. Safton, Jr..
Robin Carrying Water to Young. 244.
James L. Ortega.
Some Notes on the Cliff Swallow. 244-245.
John McB. Robertson.
Has the Cowbird Come to Stay?. 245.
Charles Piper Smith.
The Ferruginous Rough-Leg Nesting in Oregon. 245-246.
Stanley G. Jewett.
Additional Records From Arctic Alaska. 246.
Alfred M. Bailey.
The Lower California Reddish Egret. 246.
A. J. Van Rossem.
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