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The Condor, Volume 44, Number 5 (1942)

5 (September-October)


Territoriality and Related Problems in North America Hummingbirds. 189-204.
Frank A. Pitelka.
Notes on the Growth and Plumages of the Black Oyster-Catcher. 205-211.
J. Dan Webster.
Succession in the Cathartine Dynasty. 212-213.
Loye Miller.
Notes on Some Races of the Rough-Winged Swallow. 214-217.
Pierce Brodkorb.
The Status of the Skuas of the State of Washington. 218-221.
Gordon D. Alcorn.
Notes on Some Birds of Southeastern Arizona. 222-225.
Gale Monson.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 234-236.

From Field and Study

Nests in the Cottonwoods at Gustine, California. 226.
Hope M. Gladding.
Franklin Gull in Idaho. 226-227.
John W. Slipp.
Contacts of Ravens with Other Species. 227.
Leonard Wing.
Blue-Winged Teal Nesting in Sacramento County, California. 227-228.
C. H. Freyschlag.
The Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher on the Florida Keys. 228.
George A. Petrides, Miriam P. Petrides.
Blue-Winged Teal with Young in Honey Lake Valley, California. 228.
J. S. Hunter.
Food of the California Clapper Rail. 228.
Frederick H. Test, Avery R. Test.
An Avifauna From Indian Kitchen Middens at Buena Vista-Lake, California. 228-230.
Ida S. Demay.
The Yellow Rail and the Caspian Tern in New Mexico. 230.
Clarence Cottam, Clarence A. Scoter, Richard E. Griffith.
Records of the Herring Gull, Sanderling, and Lark Bunting in Utah. 230-231.
William H. Behle.
White-Tailed Kites Feeding on House Mice. 231-232.
R. M. Bond.
Shower Bathing of a Spotted Towhee. 232.
Alden H. Miller.
Notes on the Occurrence of Some Pelagic Birds Off San Diego County, California. 232-233.
Karl W. Kenyon.
Melospiza Melodia Virginis a Synonym of Melospiza Melodia Fallax. 233.
Joe T. Marshall, Jr..

Notes and News

Review of Loye Miller's Music in Nature"". 234.
Joe T. Marshall, Jr..
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