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The Condor, Volume 45, Number 2 (1943)

2 (March-April)


The Zoogeographic Position of the Hawaiian Islands. 45-48.
Ernst Mayr.
Birds Observed Between Point Barrow and Herschel Island on the Artic Coast of Alaska. 49-57.
Joseph S. Dixon.
Observations on the Montana Horned Owl. 58-60.
Clark E. Holscher.
An Ecological Study of Nesting Birds in the Vicinity of Boulder, Colorado. 61-68.
Verna R. Johnston.
The Pterylosis of the King Vulture. 69-73.
Harvey I. Fisher.
Notes and News. 79.
Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. 83-84.

From Field and Study

Competition Between Mountain Bluebirds and Hairy Woodpeckers. 74.
J. A. Munro.
Another Southern California Record for the Tennessee Warbler. 74.
G. Willett.
Sparrow Hawk Preys on Sanderling. 74.
Albert C. Howbecker.
A Record of the Montana Horned Owl in the State of Washington. 74-75.
J. W. Slipp.
A White Meadowlark in Eastern Montana. 75.
E. J. Woolfolk.
Hooded Merganser in San Diego County, California. 75.
Charles F. Harbison.
Bird Notes From Southwestern Utah. 75-76.
Russell K. Grater.
Birds Found Dead on the Beach in San Diego County, California. 76-77.
Karl W. Kenyon.
Relations Between Birds, Highways, and Snows in Nevada. 77.
Frank Richardson.
Birds Eat Snow. 77.
Harold C. Bryant.
Evening Grosbeak, at Big Bear Lake, San Bernardino County, California. 78.
W. A. Kent.
Winter Visitant Rosy Finches in Northeastern California. 78.
Alden H. Miller, Howard Twining.

Publications Reviewed

Loye Miller and Ida Demay's the Fossil Birds of California"". 79-80.
Hildegarde Howard.
James T. Tanner's the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker"". 80.
Alden H. Miller.
Joseph Grinnell's Philosophy of Nature"". 80-83.
G. Willett.
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