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The Condor, Volume 41, Number 4 (1939)

4 (July-August)


The History of a Family of Black Phoebes. 133-151.
George Oberlander.
Fall Wanderings of Clapper Rails. 151-152.
Robert T. Orr.
Two Fossil Birds From the Lower Miocene of South Dakota. 153-156.
Alden H. Miller, Lawrence V. Compton.
Bird Records From Utah and Arizona. 157-163.
Angus M. Woodbury.
Notes and News. 174.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 174-176.

From Field and Study

Ivory-Billed Woodpecker's Beak in an Indian Grave in Colorado. 164.
Alfred M. Bailey.
European Jack Snipe and Franklin Gull in California. 164.
D. D. Mclean.
The House Finch in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. 164.
Kenneth Gordon.
Notes on the Distribution of the Lesser Canada Goose and Cackling Goose in California. 164-166.
James Moffitt.
"The Mississippi Kite in Spring". 166-167.
Wilson C. Hanna.
Old-Squaw and American Scoter in San Diego Region. 167.
William Tod Helmuth, III.
Some Unusual Arizona and New Mexico Bird Records. 167-168.
Gale Monson.
Food Consumption of a Sparrow Hawk. 168-170.
Leonard Wing, Anne Hinshaw Wing.
Starlings Arrive in Utah. 170.
C. W. Lockerbie.
A Pacific Kittiwake Comes Inland. 170.
Stanley G. Jewett.
Geographic Variation in the Fork-Tailed Petrel. 170-172.
J. Grinnell, Frederick H. Test.
Mountain Bluebirds Hovering. 172.
Emerson A. Stoner.
Observations on the Reproductive Behavior of Great Blue Herons. 172.
F. Wallace Taber.
Notes on the Salt-Feeding Habits of the Red Crossbill. 172-173.
Elmer C. Aldrich.
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