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The Auk, Volume 12, Number 3 (1895)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1895
Volume: 
12
Issue: 
3

CONTENTS

Notes on Birds Observed in Trinidad. 201-211.
William Brewster, Frank M. Chapman.
List of Birds Observed in the Vicinity of Fort Keogh, Montana, From July, 1888, To September, 1892. 211-219.
Capt. Platte M. Thorne.
An Hour With Baird's and Leconte'S Sparrows Near St. Louis, Missouri. 219-225.
O. Widmann.
Notes and Extracts From a Letter of Edward Harris. 225-231.
George Spencer Morris.
Bird Migration At Grinnell, Iowa. 231-244.
Lynds Jones.
A Remarkable Flight of Pine Grosbeaks (Pinicola Enucleator). 245-256.
William Brewster.
Description of a New Heron (Ardea Virescens Anthonyi) From the Arid Region of the Interior of North America. 257-259.
Edgar A. Mearns.
Hawk Flights in Connecticut. 259-270.
C. C. Trowbridge.
Notes on the Ancient Murrelet (Synthli-Boramphus Antiquus), By Chase Littlejohn. With Annotations. 270-278.
Major Charles Bendire.
Description of Two New Species of Birds From San Domingo. 278-279.
Charles B. Cory.
The Status of Heleodytes Affinis. 280.
A. W. Anthony.

Recent Literature

Birdcraft. 281-282.
F. M. C.
Chapman's 'Handbook of Birds of Eastern North America.'. 282-284.
E. P. B.
Minot's Land-Birds and Game-Birds of New England. Second Edition. 284-286.
J. A. Allen.
Degen on the Evolution of the Bird's Wing. 286.
F. M. C.
Bulletins 4 and 5 of the Wilson Ornithological Chapter. 286-287.
F. M. C.
Clark on the Pterylography of North American Goatsuckers and Owls. 287-288.
J. A. Allen.
Verrill on Antarctic Birds. 288.
F. M. C.
Publications Received. 288-290.
 

General Notes

Brnnnich's Murre Near Johnstown, New York. 290.
Donald Fraser.
Gavia Alba on Long Island, N. Y.. 290-291.
William Dutcher.
Probable Occurrence of Creagrus Furcata Off San Diego, California. 291.
A. W. Anthony.
History of a Wandering Albatross. 291-292.
Frank M. Chapman.
Another European Widgeon (Anas Penelope) in Indiana. 292.
Ruthven Deane.
Record of a Third Specimen of the European Widgeon (Anas Penelope) in Indiana. 292.
Ruthven Deane.
The Old Squaw (Clangula Hyemalis) in Colorado. 292-293.
Ruthven Deane.
The Old Squaw (Clangula Hyemalis) on the Coast of South Carolina. 293.
Arthur T. Wayne.
Aythya Marila or A. M. Nearctica. 293-295.
Louis B. Bishop.
An Apparently Undescribed Plumage of Oidemia Perspicillata. 295-297.
Louis B. Bishop.
Lincoln Salt Lake and the Occurrence of Strepsilas Interpres. 297.
Erwin H. Barbour.
The Masked Duck (Nomonyx Dominicus) in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas. 297.
A. K. Fisher.
A Sora Caught By a Mussel. 297-298.
Jno H. Sage.
An Addition To the Birds of Colorado. 298.
Willoughby P. Lowe.
Additional Records of the Passenger Pigeon in Illinois and Indiana. 298-300.
Ruthven Deane.
Ospreys At Bristol, R. I.. 300-301.
Reginald Heber Howe, Jr.
The Great Gray Owl in Oneida County, New York. 301.
William S. Johnson.
January Occurrence of the 'sapsucker' in Brookline, Mass. 301-302.
F. H. Kennard.
Breeding of Traill's Flycatcher in Eastern Massachusetts. 302.
J. A. Farley.
The Western Meadowlark At Racine, Wisc., Etc.. 302-303.
G. S. Mead.
Strange Habits of the Rusty and Crow Blackbirds. 303-304.
Ruthven Deane.
Notes on the Breeding of the American Crossbill in Hamilton County, New York. 304-305.
F. H. Kennard.
Peculiar Nest of a Chipping Sparrow. 305.
Helen A. Ball.
Harris's Sparrow in British Columbia. 305.
J. Fannin.
The Lark Bunting in South Carolina. 305-306.
Arthur T. Wayne.
Summer Redbird At Saybrook, Conn. 306.
J. N. Clark.
Prothonotary Warbler Near New York City. 306-307.
Eugene P. Bicknell.
Occurrence of Helinaia Swainsoni in the Dismal Swamp, Virginia. 307.
A. K. Fisher.
Helminthophila Leucobronchialis in Maryland. 307.
Chas. W. Richmond.
Nesting of Helminthophila Leucobronchialis in Connecticut. 307-308.
Jno. H. Sage.
Nesting of Mimus Polyglottos in Eastern Massachusetts. 308-309.
Charles F. Batchelder.
More Wyoming Mockingbirds. 309.
Frank Bond.
Absence of the Bluebird At Meadville, Pa. 309-310.
H. C. Kirkpatrick.
Nantucket Notes. 310.
George H. Mackay.
Notes on Some Connecticut Birds. 310-311.
Jno. H. Sage.
Bird Notes From St. Albans, Vermont. 311-312.
Nelly Hart Woodworth.
Some Rare Birds of Recent Occurrence Near Buffalo, N. Y.. 312-314.
James Savage.
Two Unique Nesting-Sites in and About Camp Buildings in Hamilton County, New York. 314.
F. H. Kennard.
Notes and News. 315-318.
 

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