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The Auk, Volume 4, Number 2 (1887)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1887
Volume: 
4
Issue: 
2

CONTENTS

Additions To the Birds of Ventura County, California. 85-94.
J. G. Cooper.
Description of a New Species of Rhamphocinclus From St. Lucia, West Indies. 94-95.
Charles B. Cory.
A List of the Birds Collected By Mr. W. B. Richardson, In the Island of Martinique, West Indies. 95-96.
Charles B. Cory.
The New England Glossy Ibises of 1850. 97-100.
F. C. Browne.
A List of the Summer Birds of the Presidential Range of the White Mountains, N. H.. 100-108.
Arthur P. Chadbourne.
The Birds of the West Indies, Including the Bahama Islands, the Greater and the Lesser Antilles, Excepting the Islands of Tobago and Trinidad. 108-120.
Charles B. Cory.
Additional Notes on the Birds of Pueblo County, Colorado. 120-125.
Charles Wickliffe Beckham.
August Birds of the Chilhowee Mountains, Tennessee. 125-133.
F. W. Langdon.
Some Rare Florida Birds. 133-135.
W. E. D. Scott.
The Present Condition of Some of the Bird Rookeries of the Gulf Coast of Florida. 135-144.
W. E. D. Scott.
Supplementary Notes on the Genus Acanthis. 144-145.
Leonhard Stejneger.
Three New Forms of North American Birds. 145-149.
William Brewster.

Recent Literature

Sclater's Catalogue of the C[Oe]Rebid[Ae], Tanagrid[Ae], and Icterid[ae]. 149-150.
J. A. Allen.
Conclusion of the Great Work on the Nests and Eggs of the Birds of Ohio. 150-152.
E. C.
Ridgway's Nomenclature of Colors and Ornithologists' Compendium. 152-153.
J. A. Allen.
Bryant on the Ornithology of Guadalupe Island. 154.
J. A. Allen.
Ralph and Bagg on the Birds of Oneida County, N. Y.. 154.
J. A. Allen.
Platt on the Birds of Meriden, Conn.. 154-155.
J. A. Allen.
Maynard on 'Five New Species of Birds From the Bahamas.'. 155.
J. A. Allen.
Shufeldt's Contributions To Science. 155.
J. A. Allen.
Stejneger 'On the Status of Synthliboramphus Wumizusume As a North American Bird.'. 155.
J. A. Allen.
Ridgway on New Species of American Birds, Etc.. 156.
J. A. Allen.
Publications Received. 156-158.
 

General Notes

The Common Murre (Uria Troille) and the Razor-Billed Auk (Alca Torda) on the New England Coast. 158.
William Brewster.
Capture of the Razor-Billed Auk At Norfolk, Virginia. 158.
Frederick S. Webster.
Megalestris Skua. 158.
William Dutcher.
More News of Ardea Wuerdemanni. 159.
Charles B. Cory.
Ardea Egretta In Niagara County, N. Y.. 159.
J. L. Davison.
Further Notes on the Masked Bob-White (Colinus Ridgwayi). 159-160.
William Brewster.
Capture of a Third Specimen of the Short-Tailed Hawk (Buteo Brachyurus) In Florida. 160.
William Brewster.
A Third New England Specimen of Swainson's Hawk (Buteo Swainsoni). 160.
William Brewster.
A Migration of Hawks At Germantown, Pa.. 161.
Witmer Stone.
The Saw-Whet Owl In the District of Columbia. 161.
Frederick S. Webster.
The Imperial Woodpecker (Campephilus Imperialis) In Northern Sonora. 161.
Robert Ridgway.
The Coppery-Tailed Trogon (Trogon Ambiguus) Breeding In Southern Arizona. 161-162.
Robert Ridgway.
Capture of a Fish Crow (Corvus Ossifragus) at Wareham, Massachusetts. 162.
William Brewster.
Occurrence of Agelaius Ph[Oe]Niceus (L.) on the West Coast of England. 162-163.
Wm. Eagle Clarke.
The Redpolls of Massachusetts. 163-164.
William Brewster.
Vireo Solitarius Alticola In Tennessee. 164.
William H. Fox.
Another Specimen of the Prothonotary Warbler In Massachusetts. 164.
Jno. H. Sage.
An Overlooked Specimen of Bachman's Warbler. 165.
William Brewster.
Remarks on Four Examples of the Yellow-Throated Warbler From Chester County, S.C.. 165-166.
Leverett M. Loomis.
Discovery of the Nest and Eggs of the Western Warbler (Dendroica Occidentalis). 166-167.
William Brewster.
What Constitutes a Full Set of Eggs? 167-168.
N. S. Goss.

Correspondence

The Camera and Field Ornithology. 168-169.
 
Classification of the Macrochires. 170-172.
 
The Sense of Smell In Cathartes Aura. 172-174.
 
Notes and News. 174-176.
 

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