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The Auk, Volume 2, Number 3 (1885)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1885
Volume: 
2
Issue: 
3

CONTENTS

Notes of an Ornithological Trip in Arizona and Sonora. 225-231.
F. Stephens.
The Gulls of the Californian Coast. 231-232.
H. W. Henshaw.
Winter Notes From New Mexico. 233-239.
Charles F. Batchelder.
Counter-'Notes on Some Species of Birds Attributed To Point Barrow, Alaska.'. 239-241.
E. W. Nelson.
On the Breeding Habits of Some Arizona Birds. 242-246.
W. E. D. Scott.
Hybrid Quail (Lophortyx Gambeli X L. Californicus). 247-249.
H. W. Henshaw.
A Study of the Singing of Our Birds. 249-262.
Eugene P. Bicknell.
Winter Birds of Prince Edward Island. 262-267.
Francis Bain.
Notes on Manitoban Birds. 267-271.
Ernest E. T. Seton.
Long Island, N. Y., Bird Notes. 272-274.
Newbold T. Lawrence.
The Black-Capped Vireo and Nonpareil in Southwestern Kansas. 274-276.
N. S. Goss.
The Birds of Southeastern Dakota. 276-289.
G. S. Agersborg.

Recent Literature

Nests and Eggs of the Birds of Ohio. 289.
E. C.
Willard on Birds of Brown and Outagamie Counties, Wisconsin. 289-290.
J. A. Allen.
Lawrence on New Species of American Birds. 290.
J. A. Allen.
Ridgway on New Species and Subspecies of American Birds, and on the Nomenclature of Other Species. 290-293.
J. A. Allen.
Nutting on Nicaraguan Birds. 293-294.
J. A. Allen.
Stejneger on the Genus Cepphus. 294.
J. A. Allen.
Ridgway on New Species of Birds From Cozumel Island, Yucatan. 294-295.
J. A. Allen.
Cory's Birds of Haiti and San Domingo. 295.
J. A. Allen.
Minor Ornithological Publications. 295-302.
J. A. Allen.
Publications Received. 302-303.
 

General Notes

Abnormal Coloration in a Caged Robin. 303.
W. B. Barrows.
Another Black Robin. 303.
W. B. Barrows.
Return of Robins To the Same Nesting-Places. 304.
Jno. H. Sage.
Abundance of Parus Atricapillus Near Washington. 304.
William Palmer.
Occurrence of Helminthophila Leucobronchialis in Virginia. 304.
William Palmer.
Another Example of Helminthophila Leucobronchialis From Connecticut. 304.
Jno. H. Sage.
Nesting of the Worm-Eating Warbler (Helminthotherus Vermivorus) in Southern Connecticut. 305.
Jno. H. Sage.
Probable Breeding of the Wheatear (Saxicola [Oe]Nanthe) on the North Shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. 305.
C. Hart Merriam.
Nest and Eggs of the Philadelphia Vireo. 305-306.
Ernest E. T. Seton.
A White-Winged Junco in Maryland. 306.
C. W. Beckham.
Junco Annectens--A Correction. 306.
Charles F. Batchelder.
Capture of Ammodramus Caudacutus Nelsoni in the Lower Hudson Valley, New York. 306-307.
A. K. Fisher.
Swamp Sparrows and Yellow-Rumps--A Question of Evidence. 307.
Nathan Clifford Brown.
The Song of Cardinalis Virginianus. 307.
D. E. Lantz.
The Black-Throated Bunting, Yellow-Breasted Chat, and Connecticut Warbler in Ontario. 307-308.
W. E. Saunders.
A Belated Bird. 308-309.
Charles Aldrich.
Cowbird Wintering in Western New York. 309.
J. L. Damon.
Nest and Eggs of Calypte Cost[Ae]. 309-311.
B. T. Gault.
Curious Food For the Kingfisher (Ceryle Alcyon). 311.
R. Hayward.
Occurrence of the Sharp-Shinned Hawk in New Hampshire in Winter. 311.
Jno. H. Sage.
Early and Accidental Occurrence of Catharista Atrata and Tantalus Loculator in Kansas. 311.
N. S. Goss.
The Glossy Ibis and Avocet At San Diego, Cal.. 311-312.
Godfrey Holterhoff, Jr.
The Eggs of the Knot (Tringa Canutus) Found At Last!. 312-313.
C. Hart Merriam.
Southern Range of Rissa Tridactyla Kotzbuei. 313.
Southwick and Jencks.
The Relationship of Podiceps Occidentalis and P. Clarkii. 313-314.
Walter E. Bryant.
The Western Grebe in Manitoba. 314.
Ernest E. T. Seton.
Capture of Escaped Cage-Birds. 314-315.
J. A. Allen.
Introduced Game Birds in Oregon and Idaho. 315.
Timothy E. Wilcox.
Fourth Addendum to List of Birds Ascertained to Occur within Ten Miles from Point De Monts, Province of Quebec, Canada; Based Chiefly upon the Notes of Napoleon A. Comeau. 315.
C. Hart Merriam.

Correspondence

The Popular Names of Birds. 316-317.
 
Notes and News. 317-320.
 

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