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The Condor, Volume 40, Number 6 (1938)

6 (November-December)


Discovery of the Nest and Eggs of the Tufted Jay. 233-241.
Robert T. Moore.
Ocean Waifs and What They Mean for Distribution. 242-245.
Joseph Grinnell.
The Significance of Combat in Male Rosy Finches. 246-247.
Howard Twining.
The Pterylosis of the California Condor. 248-256.
Alden R. Miller, Harvey I. Fisher.
Notes and News. 265.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 265-266.
Index to Volume Xl. 267-275.

From Field and Study

Red Crossbills Feeding on Juniper Galls. 257.
Frank Richardson.
An Exceptional Influx of Wood Ibises Into Southern California. 257.
Clinton G. Abbott.
Winter and Spring Gull Records From the West Coast of Mexico. 257.
G. Willett.
Birds Observed in the Vicinity of Twenty-Nine Palms, California. 258.
Laidlaw Williams.
A New Spotted Screech Owl From Guerrero, Mexico. 258.
A. J. Van Rossem.
Feeding Habits of the Treganza Blue Heron. 258-259.
Russell K. Grater.
Audubon Warbler Nesting in Solano County, California. 259.
Emerson A. Stoner.
Nesting of an Eastern Kingbird in a Deserted Oriole Nest. 259.
Clarence Cottam.
Inyo Screech Owl at Fallon, Nevada. 259.
E. Raymond Hall.
A Water Ouzel Uses Wings in Swimming. 260.
Richard M. Bond.
The Petrels of Castle Rock, Del Norte County, California. 260.
E. W. Martin.
A Male California Quail Hatches a Brood. 261.
Ben Glading.
Notes on the Distribution of Loons and Grebes in California. 261-262.
James Moffitt.
Some Notes From Negit Island, Mono Lake, California. 262.
Walter F. Nichols.
A New Race of Becard From Northeastern Mexico. 262-263.
A. J. Van Rossem.
Color Changes in a Captive Cassin Purple Finch. 263.
Dale Arvey.
Broad-Tailed Hummingbird Attracted to Food of the Red-Naped Sapsucker. 264.
H. Raymond Hall.
California Jays Catch Files. 264.
Frank Richardson.
Records of Allen and Rufous Hummingbirds in the Sierra Nevada, California. 264.
Joseph S. Dixon.
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