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The Condor, Volume 34, Number 3 (1932)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Condor
Year: 
1932
Volume: 
34
Issue: 
3 (May-June)

CONTENTS

Breeding Range of the Yolla Fox Sparrow. 113-117.
Harold W. Clark.
A New Species of Cormorant From Pliocene Deposits Near Santa Barbara California. 118-120.
Hildegarde Howard.
Further Facts Concerning Losses to Wild Animal Life Through Post Control in California. 121-135.
Jean M. Linsdale.
Editorial Notes and News. 145-146.
J. Grinnell.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 146-148.
R. B. Cowles, Hilda W. Grinnell.
List of Members of the Cooper Ornithological Club. 149-164.
J. Grinnell.

From Field and Study

The White-Checked Goose in Oregon. 136.
Stanley G. Jewett.
Some Trapping Records of Birds That Eat Salt Used in Ground Squirrel Control. 136-137.
E. L. Summer. Sr..
Clapper Rails Occur on Marshes of Salton Sea, California. 137.
James Moffitt.
Mortality Among Birds in Antelope Valley, California. 137-138.
Lydia G. Weld.
Bird Remains From Indian Dwellings in Arizona. 138-139.
Alden H. Miller.
Some 1931 Notes From Lincoln County, Montana. 139.
Winton Weydemeyer.
Swainson Hawks in the Arroyo Calero, Santa Clara County, California. 139-140.
Gayle Pickwell.
Bill-Of-Fare of a Family of Pacific Horned Owls. 140.
W. B. Sampson.
Junco Hyemalis Connectens in Arizona. 140.
E. C. Jacot.
Boreal Flicker in San Diego County, California. 140.
Laurence M. Huey.
Woodhouse Jays on the Hopi Mesas, Arizona. 140-141.
Lyndon L. Hargrave.
Additional Records of Birds From Cavern Deposits in New Mexico. 141-142.
Alexander Wetmore.
A Robin Roost in Oakland, California. 142-143.
L. Pb. Bolander, Jr..
The Harris Hawk in Ventura County, California. 143-144.
Sidney B. Peyton.
The American Goshawk Breeding in Wyoming. 144.
Captain L. R. Wolfe.
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