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The Condor, Volume 32, Number 1 (1930)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Condor
Year: 
1930
Volume: 
32
Issue: 
1 (January-February)

CONTENTS

Spring Observations on Cranes in Fresno Country, California. 3-8.
Donald D. Mclean.
In Memoriam: Charles Deb Green. 9-11.
Allan Brooks.
The Fossil Birds of the A. O. U. Check-List. 12-14.
Alexander Wetmore.
American Raptores and the Study of Their Economic Status. 15-19.
W. L. Mcatee, Herbert L. Stoddard.
The Breeding Birds of Central Lower California. 20-49.
Griffing Bancroft.
Notes on the Avifauna of a Transition Island in Napa Country, California. 50-52.
Harold W. Clark.
Methods of Trapping Birds. 53-57.
Ernest D. Clabaugh.
An Abnormal Wing Development in a Pintail Duck. 58-61.
Hildegarde Howard.
A Fossil Crane From the Pliocene of Kansas. 62-63.
A. Wetmore, H. T. Martin.
Editorial Notes and News. 74.
J. Grinnell.
Minutes of Copper Club Meetings. 74-76.
Harold Michener, Hilda W. Grinnell.

From Field and Study

Least Bittern in California in Winter. 64.
G. Willett.
Notes on Winter Bird Roosts. 64.
Frank F. Gander.
A Gull with Feathered Feet. 64-65.
Allan Brooks.
Miscellaneous Notes on Some British Columbia Birds. 65-68.
J. A. Munro.
Notes on the Habits and Plumage of Young Kaeding Petrels. 68-69.
Larance M. Huey.
Chestnut-Backed Chickadee in Lake Country, California. 69.
J. H. Fleming.
A New Bluebird From El Salvador. 69-70.
Donald R. Dickey, A. J. Van Rossem.
Some Notes on Point Reyes Birds. 70-72.
L. Ph. Bolander , Charles A. Bryant.
Some Shore-Bird Notes From Ventura, California. 72.
James Stevenson.
An Extension of the Range of the Band-Tailed Pigeon and of the Lead-Colored Bush-Tit in Oregon. 72.
Stanley G. Jewett.
The Identity of Ortyx Leucopogon Lesson. 72-73.
Donald R. Dickey, A. J. Van Rossem.
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