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The Condor, Volume 32, Number 4 (1930)

4 (July-August)


Twenty-Five Minutes in the Life of a Selasphorus Hummingbird. 189-191.
Tracy I. Storer.
The Ravens of the State of Washington. 192-201.
J. Hooper Bowles, F. R. Decker.
Breeding of the American White Pelican on the Texas Coast. 202-204.
J. J. Carroll.
The Specialized Feathers of the Saga Hen. 205-207.
Allan Brooks.
A Fossil Goose From the Ricardo Pliocene. 208-209.
Loye Miller.
Editorial Notes and News. 218.
J. Grinnell.
Publications Reviewed: Edmund Selous on Realities of Bird Life. 218-219.
T. T. McCabe.
Minutes of Copper Club Meetings. 219-220.
Hilda W. Grinnell, Harold Michener.

From Field and Study

Western Robin Eating Ivy Berries. 210.
Joseph Mailliard.
Further Notes on the Harris Hawk. 210-211.
Loye Miller.
A Black Rail Leaves the Salt Marsh. 211.
Frank F. Gander.
Valley Quail and Sharp-Shinned Hawk. 211.
Herman De Fremery.
Bird Notes From Santa Catalina Island. 211-212.
Don Meadows.
Hawks Unwelcome Visitors at Banding Stations. 212.
Harold Michener.
Saw-Whet Owls in Oakland, California. 212-213.
Marshall Jencks.
Behavior of Sea Gulls During a Hail Storm. 214.
Frank E. Blaisdell.
Woodpeckers and Wires. 214.
Robert T. Trotter.
An Early Seasonal Record for the Allen Hummingbird. 214.
Robert S. Woods.
Cedar Waxwings with City Business District. 214.
Frank N. Bassett.
A New Hummingbird Hybrid. Calypte Anna X Stellula Calliope. 215.
J. Berlioz.
Notes on the Avifauna of the Atlin Region British Columbia. 216-217.
Harry S. Swarth.
A Record of the Scarlet Tanager for California. 217.
Loye Miller, Alden H. Miller.
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