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The Condor, Volume 41, Number 3 (1939)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Condor
Year: 
1939
Volume: 
41
Issue: 
3 (May-June)

CONTENTS

Notes on the Distribution of Whistling Swan and Canada Goose in California. 93-97.
James Moffitt.
A Pleistocene Egg From Nevada. 98-99.
Alexander Wetmore.
The Relation of Some Observation Upon Predation to Theories of Protective Coloration. 100-111.
John E. Cushing Jr..
Proposed Shifts of Names in Passerculus-A Protest. 112-119.
Joseph Grinnell.
Notes and News (With T. C. Stephens Portrait). 127-129.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 129-132.

From Field and Study

A Motive for Killing a White-Tailed Kite. 120.
Emerson A. Stoner.
Feeding of Gulls on Pismo Clams. 120.
Albert C. Hawbecker.
Winter Robins and Waxwings in Montana and Western North Dakota. 120-121.
E. C. Moran.
Eastern Brown Thrasher Banded in Hollywood Hills, California. 121.
C. V. Duff.
Guadalupe Island Xantus Murrelet in California Waters. 121.
G. Willett.
White-Throated Sparrow Coincidence and Other Notes. 121.
C. I. Clay.
New Bird Records for Nevada. 121.
Russell K. Grater.
Winter Bird Notes From Roosevelt Lake, Arizona. 121-123.
Lyndon L. Hargrave.
Eastern Hermit Thrush in Colorado. 123.
Alfred M. Bailey, Robert J. Niedrach.
Another Record of the Bohemian Waxwing at Grand Canyon, Arizona. 123.
Harold C. Bryant.
Black Phoebe in British Columbia. 123.
Ian Mctaggart Cowan.
Adult Lamprey Eaten By a Great Blue Heron. 123-124.
Elden H. Vestal.
More Shore-Birds From the Humboldt Bay Region. 124.
John M. Davis.
Notes From the Palo Alto Sports Club. 124-125.
E. W. Martin.
Nesting Records of the Red-Shafted Flicker From Charleston Mountain, Nevada. 125.
Russell L. Grater.
Butcher-Bird Butchers Toad. 126.
Emerson A. Stoner.
Fossil Fringillids From Rancho La Brea. 126-127.
Charles Sibley.
Snowy Plover From Colorado. 127.
Alfred M. Bailey, Robert J. Niedrach.
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