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The Condor, Volume 29, Number 2 (1927)

2 (March-April)


Black Swifts Nesting in Yosemite National Park. 89-97.
Charles W. Michael.
Banding of Gambel Sparrows in the Fall of 1926. 98-100.
Joseph Mailliard.
Experiences with Cardinals at a Feeding Station in Oklahoma. 101-103.
Margaret Morse Nice.
Three Notable Nesting Colonies of the Cliff Swallow in California. 104-108.
Tracy I. Storer.
A Method for Keeping Notes and Files Dealing with Ornithology. 109-111.
Alexander Wetmore.
Notes on Swarth's Report on a Collection of Birds and Mammals From the Atlin Region. 112-114.
Allan Brooks.
Editorial Notes and News. 128-129.
J. Grinnell.
Publications Reviewed: Checklist of the Birds of Australia Compiled by a Committee of the Royal Australian Ornithologists' Union. 129-130.
Harry S. Swarth.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 130-132.
Hilda W. Grinnell, Alden H. Miller.

From Field and Study

Audubon Warbler Eating Grapes. 115.
Claude Gignoux.
A Note on the Longevity of the Pintail. 115.
Frederick C. Lincoln.
Some Results of Removing Banded Birds to a Distance. 115-116.
E. L. Sumner Jr., W. M. Pierce.
Traps for Banders. 116-117.
Harold Michener.
American Dipper Established as a Breeding Species in San Diego County. 117-118.
Clinton G. Abbott.
The Water-Thrush (Seiurus Noveboracensis) the Initial Species in the Autumnal Migration Through Costa Rica. 118.
Austin Smith.
Nesting of the Sandhill Crane in Modoc County, California. 118.
Ralph Hoffmann.
Additional Records of the Prairie Falcon in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. 118.
Alex. Walker.
Atthis Heloisa Morcomi Ridgway, Not a Valid Subspecies. 118-119.
Outram Bangs.
Fearlessness of Shearwaters. 119-120.
Joseph H. Wales.
The Olive-Sided Flycatcher and Coniferous Trees. 120-121.
Charles Piper Smith.
A Hybrid Flicker. 121.
James L. Ortega.
Notes on the Nesting of the Band-Tailed Pigeon. 121-123.
Clinton G. Abbott.
Food of the Spotted Owl. 123-124.
Ed. S. Steele.
New Bird Records From Lower California. 124-126.
J. Grinnell, C. C. Lamb.
The Colombian Royal Flycatcher (Onychorhynchus Mexicanus Fraterculus) in the Caribbean Watershed in Costa Rica. 126.
Austin Smith.
The Arizona Race of the Sulphur-Bellied Flycatcher. 126.
A. J. Van Rossem.
A New Race of Crissal Thrasher, From Northwestern Lower California. 127.
J. Grinnell.
Black-And-White Warbler Again in San Diego County. 128.
Clinton G. Abbott.
Pectoral Sandpiper in Washington in Spring. 128.
Ralph Hoffman.
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