American Birds, Volume 34, Number 3 (1980)
- Photographing birds in flight at close range. 227-230.
- Russell C. Hansen
- Specimen record of the Wood Sandpiper for the contiguous United States. 231.
- Victoria M. Dziadosz
- Fifth in Fuertes print series. 232-233.
- Coastal Ospreys between New York City and Boston: a decade of reproductive recovery 1969 - 1979. 234-241.
- Paul Spitzer, Alan Poole
- Notes on some rare or previously unrecorded birds in Ecuador. 242-248.
- Robert S. Ridgely
- The Changing SeasonsWinter 1979-80. A mostly mild season produces unprecedented numbers of lingerers. 249-252.
- Kenneth P. Able
- The Winter Season December 1, 1979 - February 29, 1980. 253-310.
- The Greenland Wheatear (Oenanthe oenanthe leucorrhoa) in North America. 310-312.
- Bertel Bruun
- Distributional notes on Ecuadorian birds. 312-313.
- Charles F. Leck
- History and present status of the Red-Cockaded Woodpecker in Maryland. 314-316.
- William J. Devlin, James A. Mosher, Gary J. Taylor
- The second through fourth records for North America of the Pechora Pipit, Anthus gustaviWinter 1979-80. A mostly mild season produces unprecedented numbers of lingerersWith notes on the identification of a most elusive species. 317-318.
- Ben King
- First Green Sandpipers, Tringa ochropus, for North America. 319-321.
- Ben King, Lawrence Balch, Jon Dunn, Davis W. Finch, George E. Hall, Theodore Tobish
- The Last Word. 321-322.
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