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The Condor, Volume 37, Number 5 (1935)

5 (September-October)


Experiences with Prairie Falcons. 225-230.
Wright M. Pierce.
Over-Populations and Predation: A Research Field of Singular Promise. 230-232.
Paul L. Errington.
An Analysis of the Bird Population in the Vicinity of Rupert, Idaho. 233-238.
William B. Davis.
Notes on Birds in Death Valley. 238-242.
M. French Gilman.
Bird Records From the Tucson Region, Arizona. 243-247.
Charles T. Vorhies, Randolph Jenks, Allan R. Phillips.
Comments Upon the Subspecies of Catherpes Mexicanus. 247-251.
J. Grinnell, Wm. H. Behle.
The Rancho La Brea Wood Ibis. 251-253.
Hildegarde Howard.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 261-264.

From Field and Study

A Note on the Color of the Eye of the Bush-Tit. 254.
A. J. Van Rossem.
Some Observations on the Feeding Habits and Eye-Shine of the Poor-Will. 254-255.
Amelia Sanborn Allen.
Glaucous Gull on the British Columbia Coast. 255-256.
J. A. Munro.
The English Skylark on Vaucouver Island. 256-257.
Theo. H. Scheffer.
The Charleston Mountain Blue-Fronted Jay at Castle Dome, Yuma County, Arizona. 257.
Laurence M. Huey.
Bush-Tits Shadow-Boxing"". 257-258.
John Mcb. Robertson.
Status of Toxostoma Redivivum in the Rancho La Brea Fauna. 258.
William L. Engels.
Some Feeding Habits of the Western Sandpiper. 258-259.
Adolph Murie, H. D. Bruce.
Magpie-Jay Robs Nest of Derby Flycatcher. 259.
Austin Smith.

Notes and News

Mrs. Dickey on Southwestern Birds. 259-260.
Alden H. Miller.
Henry W. Carriger (Portrait). 260-261.
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