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The Condor, Volume 39, Number 1 (1937)

1 (January-February)


The Hancock Expedition of 1935 to the Bird Islands of Peru. 3-8.
John S. Garth.
The Thick-Billed Parrot in Chihuahua. 9-10.
Aldo Leopold.
Needless Photographic Failures. 10-12.
John L. Ridgway.
A Pleistocene Record of the Passenger Pigeon in California. 12-14.
Hildegarde Howard.
Outspread Wings as a Substitute for Perching. 14-15.
John W. Sugden.
Winter Notes on Some North American Birds in the Tropics. 16-19.
Loye Miller.
A Review of the Races of the Mountain Quail. 20-24.
G. D. Sprot.
Notes on the Introduced Skylark in the Victoria District of Vancouver Island. 24-31.
G. D. Sprot.
Birds of the Coalinga Area, Fresno County, California. 31-35.
John R. Arnold.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 46-48.
Frances Carter, Sidney B. Peyton.

From Field and Study

Double-Crested Cormorant Nesting on the Bear River Refuge in Utah. 36.
William H. Marshall.
Sapsuckers on Redwood. 36-37.
Emanuel Frits.
Vermillion Flycatcher Near Los Angeles. 37.
Wilson C. Henna.
Bald Eagle Pellets in Kansas Show Rabbits as Principal Food. 37-38.
Ralph H. Imler.
Summer Records of Birds for Marin County, California. 38.
Robert T. Orr.
Concerning the Name of the Sonora House Finch. 38.
A. J. Van Rossem.
Summer Tanager at Wilmington, Los Angeles County. 39.
G. Willett.
Sparrow Hawk Nests in Chimney. 39.
Emerson A. Stoner.
A Few Unusual Records From Central California. 39-40.
W. E. Unglish.
The Eared Grebe and Other Birds From the Pliocene of Kansas. 40.
Alexander Wetmore.
Northern Arizona Bird Notes. 40-41.
Randolph Jenks, James Stevenson.
New Birds Recorded From Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. 41-42.
W. S. Long.
The Nuptial Flight of the Texas Nighthawk. 42-43.
Alden H. Miller.
The Prairie Falcon Nesting in Saskatchewan. 43.
Laurence B. Potter.
Canyon Wren in the State of Washington. 43.
Richard M. Bond.
Notes on Some Petrels Off San Diego. 44.
Loye Miller.
Cooper Hawk Eats a Flammulated Screech Owl. 44.
A. E. Borell.
An Additional Record of the California Clapper Rail Away From Marshes. 44.
Margaret W. Wythe.
The Alaska Longspur and Oregon Horned Lark in Texas. 44.
James O. Stevenson.

Notes and News

W. Otto Emerson (Portrait). 45-46.
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