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The Auk, Volume 4, Number 1 (1887)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1887
Volume: 
4
Issue: 
1

CONTENTS

Notes of a Bird Catcher. 1-6.
Frederic A. Lucas.
A New Vireo From Grand Cayman, West Indies. 6-7.
Charles B. Cory.
Additions To the Catalogue of the Birds of Kansas. 7-11.
N. S. Goss.
List of the Midsummer Birds of the Kowak River, Northern Alaska. 11-13.
Charles H. Townsend.
Summer Birds of the Bras D'Or Region of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. 13-16.
Jonathan Dwight, Jr.
On the Avi-Fauna of Pinal County, With Remarks on Some Birds of Pima and Gila Counties, Arizona. 16-24.
W. E. D. Scott.
Some Undescribed Plumages of North American Birds. 24-28.
George B. Sennett.
Descriptions of Two New Subspecies of Titmice From Texas. 28-30.
George B. Sennett.
Further Notes on the Genus Acanthis. 30-35.
Leonhard Stejneger.
The Rediscovery of Bachman's Warbler, Helminthophila Bachmani (Aud.), In the United States. 35-37.
George N. Lawrence.
The Birds of the West Indies, Including the Bahama Islands, the Greater and the Lesser Antilles, Excepting the Islands of Tobago and Trinidad. 37-51.
Charles B. Cory.
The Sense of Smell In Cathartes Aura. 51-56.
Ira Sayles.
Fourth Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union. 56-61.
 

Recent Literature

Pleske on the Birds of the Kola Peninsula. 61-63.
L. S.
W. E. Brooks on the Genus Acanthis. 63.
L. S.
Stejneger on Japanese Woodpeckers. 63-64.
J. A. Allen.
Stejneger on the British Marsh-Tit. 64-65.
J. A. Allen.
Stejneger on a 'Lost Species' of Murrelet. 65.
J. A. Allen.
Ferrari-Perez on the Birds of Mexico. 65.
J. A. Allen.
Ridgway on a Melanistic Phase of the Broad-Winged Hawk. 66.
J. A. Allen.
Ridgway on the Species of the Genus Empidonax. 66.
J. A. Allen.
Cory on Birds From Several Little-Known Islands of the West Indies. 66.
J. A. Allen.
Minor Ornithological Publications. 66-69.
 
Publications Received. 69-71.
 

General Notes

Occurrence of Cory's Shearwater (Puffinus Borealis) and Several Species of Jaegers In Large Numbers In the Vicinity of Gayhead, Mass., During the Autumn of 1886. 71-72.
S. F. Baird.
Ph[Oe]Nicopterus Ruber As a South Carolina Bird. 72.
Arthur T. Wayne.
Occurrence of the Florida Gallinule At Springfield, Mass. 72-73.
Robert O. Morris.
Wilson's Phalarope (Steganopus Tricolor) In Rhode Island. 73.
William C. Rives, Jr.
Occurrence of Phalaropus Lobatus At Syracuse, N. Y.. 73.
Morris M. Green.
A Fern-Eating Woodcock. 73-74.
Frederic S. Webster.
A Further Note on Colinus Ridgwayi. 74-75.
J. A. Allen.
The Golden Eagle In Eastern Massachusetts. 75.
William Brewster.
The Black Gyrfalcon (Falco Rusticolus Obsoletus) In Eastern Maine. 75.
William Brewster.
A Singularly Marked Specimen of Sphyrapicus Thyroideus. 75-76.
R. Ridgway.
On an Addition To the Ornithology of South Carolina. 76.
Leverett M. Loomis.
Occurrence of Calcarius Ornatus In Maine. 77.
Joseph L. Goodale.
Object of the Shrike In Impaling Its Prey. 77.
James Whyte.
Additional Occurrences of the Connecticut Warbler In Maine. 77-78.
Joseph L. Goodale.
The Brown Thrush Laying In the Nest of the Wood Thrush. 78.
H. B. Bailey.
Capture of Three Rare Birds Near Hartford, Conn.. 78.
Willard E. Treat.
Piranga Rubriceps and Tringa Fuscicollis In California. 78-79.
Walter E. Bryant.

Correspondence

Scarcity of Adult Birds In Autumn. 79-80.
 
Classification of the Macrochires. 80-82.
 
Notes and News. 82-84.
 

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