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The Condor, Volume 72, Number 2 (1970)

2 (April)


Thermoregulation in the Red-Breasted Nuthatch (Sitta Canadensis). 125-132.
John N. Mugaas, James R. Templeton.
Breeding Biology of Western Gulls (Lartus Occidentalis) on San Nicolas Island, California, 1968. 133-140.
Ralph W. Schreiber.
Temperature Regulation in the Speckled Mousebird, Colius Striatus. 141-146.
George A. Bartholomew, Charles H. Trost.
Mid-Pleistocene Birds From Western Nebraska, Including a New Species of Sheldgoose. 147-152.
Lester L. Short, Jr..
The Bioenergetics of Captive Blue-Winged Teal Under Controlled and Outdoor Conditions. 153-163.
Ray B. Owen, Jr..
Relative Kidney Size in Nonpasserine Birds with Functional Salt Glands. 164-168.
Maryanne Robinson Hughes.
Foraging Behavior of Some Winter Birds of Deciduous Woods. 169-174.
Mary F. Willson.
Weights, Body Composition, and Caloric Value of Postjuvenal Molting European Tree Sparrows (Passer Montanus). 175- 181.
Andrzej Myrcha, Jan Pinowski.
Breeding Bird Populations of Burned and Unburned Conifer Forest in the Sierra Nevada. 182-189.
Carl E. Bock, James F. Lynch.
Light Resources of Thyroidectomized Common Weaver Birds, Ploceus Philippinus. 190-195.
J. P. Thapliyal, K. Bageshwar.
Notes on the Food Habits and Food Defense of the Acorn Woodpecker. 196-204.
Michael H. Macroberts.
Seasonal Changes in Thymus Weights in Ring-Necked Pheasants. 205-208.
William L. Anderson.
A New Hybrid Hummingbird, Archilochus Alexandri X Selasphorus Sasin. 209-212.
James F. Lynch, Peter L. Ames.
Vocalizations of the Long-Billed Curlew. 213-224.
Dennis M. Forsythe.
Temperature Changes in Chimney Swifts (Chaetura Pelagica) at Lowered Environmental Temperatures. 225-229.
Jed J. Ramsey.
Publications Received. 249.
News and Notes. 249.
The Bulletin Board. 249.

Short Communications

Status of the Summer Tanager on the Pacific Slope. 230-233.
Amadeo M. Rea.
Roosting Behavior of Three Species of Woodcreepers (Dendrocoloptidae) in Brazil. 233.
Yoshika Oniki.
Interspecific Territoriality of Migrant Callope and Resident Broad-Tailed Hummingbirds. 234.
George T. Austin.
Feeding Habits of the Dipper in Southwestern Washington. 234-235.
Rudolph N. Thut.
Nidification in the Channel-Billed Toucan (Ramphastos Vitellinus) in Trinida, West Indies. 235-236.
Alan Lill.
Ingestion of Stones By Goatsuckers (Caprimulgidae). 236-237.
Marion Anne Jenkinson, Robert M. Mengel.
Parental Feeding in a Male Great-Tailed Crackle. 238.
Robert K. Selander.
The Eggs and Young of the Palila, and Endangered Species. 238-240.
Andrew J. Berger.
The White-Eye as an Interspecific Feeding Helper. 240.
C. Robert Eddinger.
The Feeding Pattern of Sapsuckers on Ponderosa Pine in Northeastern California. 241.
William W. Oliver.
Recent Observations at the Base of the Alaska Peninsula. 242-243.
Daniel D. Gibson.
Specimen Records for South Dakota Birds. 243-244.
Bruce K. Harris.
An Instance of a Captive Turkey Vulture Killing Prey. 244-245.
Ben Clading, Charlotte H. Clading.
Foot-Trembling" Feeding Behavior By a Killdeer". 245.
Susan M. Smith.
A Marsh Hawk Roost in Texas. 245.
Carroll D. Littlefield.
Notes on the Royal Tern in Surinam. 246.
F. Haverschmidt.
A Note on the Stomach Contents of Two Whooping Cranes. 246.
Francis M. Uhler, Louis N. Lockie.
Chestnut-Sided Warbler in Washington. 246.
David B. Marshall.
On the Fitting of Equations Relating Avian Standard Metabolism to Body Weight. 247.
Jerrold H. Zar.
Nesting of King Vulture and Black Hawk-Eagle in Panama. 247-248.
Neal G. Smith.
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