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The Auk, Volume 2, Number 1 (1885)



On the Breeding Habits of Some Arizona Birds. First Paper. 1-7.
W. E. D. Scott.
Bird Names of the Selish, Pah-Uta and Shoshoni Indians. 7-10.
W. J. Hoffman.
On the Vertical Range of Birds In Colorado. 11-18.
Frank M. Drew.
Observations on Elanoides Forficatus and Ictinia Subc[Ae]Rulea In Kansas. 19-21.
N. S. Goss.
Manitoban Notes. 21-24.
Ernest E. T. Seton.
On the Function of the Inferior Larynx In Birds. 24-31.
J. M. W. Kitchen.
Notes on the Occurrence of Certain Birds In the Mississippi Valley. 31-33.
W. W. Cooke.
The Nesting Habits of the Cape May Warbler (Dendr[Oe]Ca Tigrina). 33-36.
Montague Chamberlain.
Bird Notes From Long Island, N. Y.. 36-39.
William Dutcher.
Field Notes From Pictou County, Nova Scotia. 39-43.
James Mckinlay.
Analecta Ornithologica. Fourth Series. 43-52.
Leonhard Stejneger.
Preliminary Report of the Committee on Bird Migration. 53-65.
C. Hart Merriam.
Swainson's Warbler. 65-80.
William Brewster.
The Heath Hen of Massachusetts. 80-84.
William Brewster.
Preliminary Notes on Some Birds Obtained In Arizona By Mr. F. Stephens In 1884. 84-85.
William Brewster.

Recent Literature

A Naturalist's Rambles About Home. 86-88.
J. A. Allen.
Seebohm's History of British Birds. 88-91.
J. A. Allen.
Ingersoll's 'Country Cousins.'. 91.
J. A. Allen.
Langille's 'Our Birds In Their Haunts: a Popular Treatise on the Birds of Eastern North America.'. 91-94.
C. H. M.
Stejneger on the Wrens of the Subgenus Anorthura. 94.
J. A. Allen.
Stejneger on the Ptarmigans of the Group Attagen. 94-95.
J. A. Allen.
Stejneger on New Species of Birds From Kamtschatka and the Commander Islands. 95.
Stejneger on Recent Ornithological Publications In the United States. 95.
J. A. Allen.
Merriam on a Bird New To the Bermudas, Etc.. 95.
J. A. Allen.
Shufeldt on the Osteology of Ceryle Alcyon. 95.
J. A. Allen.
Shufeldt on the Avian Patella. 96.
E. C.
Minor Ornithological Publications. 96-101.
J. A. Allen.
Publications Received. 101-102.

General Notes

Albino Robins (Turdus Migratorius). 102.
Montague Chamberlain.
Nest and Eggs of the Golden-Winged Warbler (Helminthophila Chrysoptera). 102-103.
P. R. Hoy.
Nest and Eggs of the Blackburnian Warbler. 103.
C. Hart Merriam.
Nesting of the Worm-Eating Warbler (Helmitherus Vermivorus) In Virginia. 103-104.
William C. Rives, Jr.
Oporonis Agilis and Dendr[Oe]Ca Palmarum Palmarum At Shelburne, Near Gorham, New Hampshire. 104.
Arthur P. Chadbourne.
Swainson's Warbler Off Southern Florida. 104.
C. Hart Merriam.
Swainson's Warbler--An Omission. 105.
William Brewster.
The Red Crossbill Breeding In Eastern Massachusetts. 105.
F. C. Browne.
The Ipswich Sparrow (Passerculus Princeps) In Delaware. 105.
J. Dwight, Jr.
Peuc[Ae]A [Ae]Stivalis and Its Subspecies Illinoensis. 105-106.
William Brewster.
The Black-Throated Bunting In Maine. 106.
Charles W. Townsend.
Foster Parents of the Cowbird. 106.
William L. Kells.
Nest and Eggs of the Rusty Grackle (Scolecophagus Ferrugineus). 106-107.
James W. Banks.
A White Crow (Corvus Frugivorus). 107.
Montague Chamberlain.
A Remarkable Migration of Canada Jays. 107.
C. Hart Merriam.
The Kingbird In a New Role. 108.
Montague Chamberlain.
Late Occurrence of the Ph[Oe]Be (Sayornis Fuscus) At Brewer, Maine. 108.
Manly Hardy.
Hawk Owls In New England. 108-109.
William Brewster.
The Turkey Buzzard In Central New York. 109.
Egbert Bagg, Jr.
Recent Occurrence of the Black Vulture In Ohio. 109.
Frank J. Thompson.
A New Bird For Illinois. 109-110.
H. K. Coale.
The Great White Egret and the Yellow Rail In Ottawa, Canada. 110.
W. L. Scott.
The [Oe]Dicnemus Dominicensis In Confinement. 110.
Frank J. Thompson.
The Western Semipalmated Sandpiper on the Coast of Virginia. 110.
C. W. Beckham.
The Canada Goose. 111.
Wm. Dutcher.
The Eider Ducks of the New England Coast. 111.
William Brewster.
The White Pelican on Lake Ontario. 111.
C. Hart Merriam.
The Common Cormorant Off Boston Harbor. 112.
Wm. A. Jeffries.
The Common Cormorant In Massachusetts. 112.
William Brewster.
Rare Summer Residents In Kansas. 112-113.
N. S. Goss.
Third Addendum to List of Birds Ascertained to Occur Within Ten Miles from Point Des Monts, Province of Quebec, Canada; Based Chiefly upon the Notes of Napoleon A. Comeau. 113.
C. Hart Merriam.
Albinism. 113-114.
G. A. M'Callum.


Vernacular Names of Birds. 114.

Notes and News

Notes and News. 115-116.


Committee on the Migration and Geographical Distribution of North American Birds. Circular For 1885. 117-120.
C. Hart Merriam.

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