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American Birds, Volume 40, Number 2 (1986)

Publication Information
Journal: 
American Birds
Year: 
1986
Volume: 
40
Issue: 
2 (Summer)

CONTENTS

First Record of Brown-chested Martin for North America. 192-193.
Wayne R. Petersen, Blair J. Nikula, Denver W. Holt
First Record of Yellow-collared Chlorophonia for Middle America. 194-195.
A. P. Capparella
Hispaniola's first Black Rail (Laterallus jamaicensis). 196.
Annabelle Stockton Dod
Field identification aspects of some Red-tailed Hawk subspecies. 197-202.
James W. Lish, William G. Voelker
Female Golden-fronted Woodpecker or mutant female Reb-bellied Woodpecker?Tail patterns of these two species have been overlooked as important field characteristics in distinguishing between females whose abnormal coloration poses and identification proble. 203-204.
DanielT. Gerber
First record of Common Black-headed Gulls breeding in the United States. 204-206.
Denver W. Holt, John P. Lorlie, Blair J. Nikula, Robert C. Humphrey
Slaty-backed Gull winters on the Mississippi RiverTail patterns of these two species have been overlooked as important field characteristics in distinguishing between females whose abnormal coloration poses and identification problem.Detailed field identi. 207-216.
Ronald E.Goetz, William M. Rudden, Phoebe B. Snetsinger
Culebra National Wildlife Refuge, Puerto RicoTail patterns of these two species have been overlooked as important field characteristics in distinguishing between females whose abnormal coloration poses and identification problem.Detailed field identificat. 217-223.
Kathyrn L.Robinson
Sight record of Red Knot for Bolivia. 224.
Paul K. Donahue
ICBP in the Neotropics. 225-226.
William Belton
The Blue List for 1986. 227-236.
James Tate, Jr.
Short-eared Owl winter roosting strategies. 237-240.
Thomas Bosakowski
George J. Wallace. 241.
M. Soares
Edgar B. Kincaid, Jr.. 241-242.
Suzanne Winckler
The Changing Seasons. 243-340.
Charles D. Duncan
Range expansion of the House Sparrow through Guatemala and El SalvadorTail patterns of these two species have been overlooked as important field characteristics in distinguishing between females whose abnormal coloration poses and identification problem.D. 341-351.
WalterA. Thurber
Birders' Bookshelf. 352-359.
 
Corrigenda. 359.
 
Announcements. 360-363.
 
Letters to the Editor. 364-365.
 
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