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The Condor, Volume 30, Number 3 (1928)

3 (May-June)


Where Engineer and Ornithologist Meet: Transmission Line Troubles Caused By Birds. 169-175.
Harold Michener.
Luther Everet Wyman. 176-179.
Louis B. Bishop.
A Method of Showing Relative Frequency of Occurrence of Birds. 180-184.
Jean M. Linsdale.
Notes on the Systematics of West American Birds. III. 185-189.
Joseph Grinnell.
Editorial Notes and News. 194-195.
J. Grinnell.
Communications: Cormorants in Relation to Fisheries. 195-197.
Harrison F. Lewis, Arthur H. E. Mattingley.
Publications Reviewed: Taverner's Study of Red-Tailed Hawks. 197-199.
H. S. Swarth.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 199-202.
Harold Michener, Hilda W. Grinnell.
Directory of Members of the Cooper Ornithological Club. 203-216.
J. Grinnell.

From Field and Study

Notes on Certain Injured Birds. 190-191.
Thomas T. Mccabe, Elinor Bolles Mccabe.
The Short-Tailed Albatross in Oregon. 191.
Alexander Wetmore.
Winter Occurrence of Sierra Nevada Rosy Finch and Black Rosy Finch in California. 191.
H. S. Swarth.
Occurrence of the Golden-Crowned Sparrow in Massachusetts. 191-192.
John B. May.
The Sahuaro Screech Owl in California. 192.
Loye Miller.
American Goshawk in San Diego County, California. 192-193.
Clinton G. Abbott.
A New Race of the White-Throated Swift From Central America. 193.
Donald R. Dickey, A. J. Van Rossem.
An Erroneous Record for the Japanese Pipit in Alaska. 193.
J. H. Riley, A. Wetmore.
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