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The Condor, Volume 38, Number 1 (1936)

1 (January-February)


Nesting of the Sierra Nevada Rosy Finch. 3-8.
James B. Dixon.
Some Maritime Birds Observed Off San Diego, California. 9-16.
Loye Miller.
Some Notable Records of Birds for California. 16-17.
Donald D. Mclean.
Trapping Cedar Waxwings in the San Joaquin Valley, California. 18-23.
Charles H. Feltes.
The Family Relations of the Plain Titmouse. 23-28.
John B. Price.
An Objective Method for Measuring Irritability in Birds. 28-29.
Sherburne F. Cook, Helen C. Fredrickson.
Savannah Sparrow Migration Routes in the Northwest. 30-32.
H. S. Swarth.
Further Studies Upon the Birds of the Pleistocene of Rancho La Brea. 32-36.
Hildegarde Howard.
Notes and News. 45-46.
J. Grinnell.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 46-48.
Hilda W. Grinnell, William H. Behle, Laura B. Law.

From Field and Study

Clark Nutcrackers Invade Southwestern Utah. 36-37.
C.C. Presnall.
Some Ccc Activities in Yosemite Valley. 37.
Chas. W. Michael.
Avian Ocean Hitch-Hikers. 37-38.
Jack C. Von Bloeker, Jr..
Two New Records for Arizona. 38.
Randolph Jinks.
Sage Hen Breeding It California. 38.
Wilson C. Hanna.
An Early Estimate of California's Fauna. 38-39.
H. S. Swarth.
Unusual Sets of Bush-Tit and Green Heron. 39.
L. B. Howsley.
Large Set of California Jay. 39-40.
Wilson C. Hanna.
Remarks Stimulated By Brodkorb's Two New Subspecies of the Red-Shafted Flicker"". 40.
A. J. Van Rossem.
Additional Bird Records From Death Valley. 40-41.
M. French Gilman.
Are Condors Extinct in Lower California?. 41-42.
Carroll Dewilton Scott.
The Clark Nutcracker in Extreme Southwestern Arizona. 42.
Walter P. Taylor, Charles T. Vorhies.
Donald R. Dickey's First Bird Photograph. 42-43.
Chapman Grant.
Flammulated Screech Owl in the Sacramento Valley. 43.
John T. Emilen, Jr..
Red-Shafted Flicker Foraging on a Cement Pillar. 43-44.
Emmet T. Hooper.
The Black and White Warbler in Marin County, California. 44.
Anna Margaret Smith.
Observations Upon the Night-Roosting of an Anna Hummingbird. 44.
Ernest I. Dyer.
Abundance of Red-Breasted Nuthatches in Southwestern Utah. 44-45.
C. C. Presnall.
Late Nesting of Six Species of Montana Birds. 45.
Winton Weydemeyer.
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