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The Condor, Volume 44, Number 1 (1942)

1 (January-February)


Some Tagging Experiments with Black-Footed Albatrosses. 3-9.
Loye Miller.
The Number of Eggs Laid By Cowbirds. 10-12.
David E. Davis.
The Fishing Activities of Double-Crested Cormorants on San Francisco Bay. 13-21.
George A. Bartholomew, Jr..
Four New Woodpeckers From the Western United States and Mexico. 22-26.
A. J. Van Rossem.
Notes on Some Pelagic Birds of the Coast of British Columbia. 27-29.
Patrick W. Martin.
The Pterylosis of the Andean Condor. 30-32.
Harvey I. Fisher.
Addition to the Distributional List of the Birds of British Columbia. 33-34.
Allan Brooks.
Notes and News. 42.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 43-44.

From Field and Study

Another Wilson Snipe Perches on a Telephone Pole. 35.
E. Lowell Sumner, Jr..
Spotted Owl Nesting in Colorado. 35.
Samuel W. Gadd.
Green Heron at Tacoma, Washington. 35-36.
John W. Slipp.
Woodpecker Efficiency. 36.
P. A. Taverner.
Pigmy Nuthatch in Oklahoma. 36.
George Miksch Sutton.
Some New Bird Records From Oregon. 36-37.
Stanley G. Jewett.
The Black Pigeon Hawk in Colorado. 37.
Alfred M. Bailey.
A Raptor Tally in the Northwest. 37-38.
Aldo Leopold.
A Second Record for the Calaveras Warbler in the State of Montana. 38.
Robert W. Hiatt.
An Oligocene Hawk From Colorado. 39-40.
Alden H. Miller, Charles G. Sibley.
Black Swift in Orange County, California. 40.
Wilson C. Hanna.
Whooping Cranes in Texas in Summer. 40-41.
James O. Stevenson.
Trade Value of the Beak of the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker. 41.
W. L. Mcatee.
Starlings in Southern Utah. 41.
Russell K. Grater.
Golden Eagles Visit Northern Arizona Desert. 41.
Harold C. Bryant.

Publications Reviewed

Ridgway and Friedmann's Part 9 of the Birds of North and Middle America. 42-43.
Alden H. Miller.
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