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The Condor, Volume 30, Number 4 (1928)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Condor
Year: 
1928
Volume: 
30
Issue: 
4 (July-August)

CONTENTS

Saving the Parrakeets. 217-220.
C. T. Metzger.
The Plumage of the Pine Siskin. 221-227.
Thomas T. Mccabe, Elinor Bolles Mccabe.
Life History of the Red-Bellied Hawk. 228-236.
James B. Dixon.
Yellowstone's Winter Birds. 237-242.
M. P. Skinner.
The Status of the Cardinal in California. 243-245.
Alden H. Miller.
Editorial Notes and News. 256-258.
J. Grinnell.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 258-260.
Hilda W. Grinnell, Harold Michener, T. I Storer.

From Field and Study

Bears and Birds Eggs. 246.
William Rowan.
Some Winter Records From Montana. 246-247.
Winton Weydemeyer.
California Black Rail in Los Angeles County. 247.
Joseph Ewan.
Unusual Singing of the Eastern Chewink. 247-249.
H. A. Allard.
Field Notes on Certain California Birds. 249-250.
S. F. Blake.
Summer Record of the Cedar Waxwing in Yosemite Valley. 250.
H.C. Bryant.
A Record Set of Eggs of the Golden Eagle. 250.
Milton S. Ray.
Bird Notes From Santa Catalina Island. 250-251.
Don C. Meadows.
A Mid-Winter Anthony Green Heron. 251.
Laurence M. Huey.
The Lichtenstein Kingbird on Vancouver Island. 251.
F. Kermode.
The Nuptial Display of the Buffle Head. 251-252.
Theed Pearse.
Sixth Record of Harris Sparrow in California. 252.
G. L. Foster, Grace E. Foster.
Rufous Hummingbird in the Oklahoma Panhandle. 252-253.
Ralph C. Tate.
Band-Tailed Pigeon Nesting in Arizona in September. 253.
Chas. T. Vorhies.
Reddish Egret on Los Coronados Islands, Mexico. 253.
Jack C. Von Blocker, Jr., Samuel G. Harter.
Do Willow Downy Woodpeckers Ever Drill in Tree-Bark?. 253-254.
J. Grinnell.
Generic Re-Assignment of Morphnus Daggetti. 255-256.
Loye Miller.
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