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The Auk, Volume 16, Number 3 (1899)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1899
Volume: 
16
Issue: 
3

CONTENTS

Sequence of Plumages; Illustrated By the Myrtle Warbler (Dendroica Coronata) and the Yellow-Breasted Chat (Icteria Virens). 217-220.
Jonathan Dwight Jr.
A Family of Nestlings. 221-225.
D. E. Owen.
On Some Genera and Species. 226-232.
D. G. Elliot.
Some Parasites of Birds. 232-236.
Vernon L. Kellogg, Leland Stanford Jr.
The Prothonotary or Golden Swamp Warbler (Protonotaria Citrea) a Common Summer Resident of Southeastern Minnesota. 236-246.
Thomas S. Roberts.
Notes on Some of the Birds of Eastern North Carolina. 246-250.
J. Gilbert Pearson.
Some Winter Birds of Nova Scotia. 250-253.
C. H. Morrell.
New Species, Etc., of American Birds.-- Iv. Fringillid[Ae] (Concluded); Corvid[Ae] (Part). 254-256.
Robert Ridgway.
Description of a New Geothlypis. 256-258.
Harry C. Oberholser.
The Terns of Muskeget and Penikese Islands, Massachusetts. 259-266.
George H. Mackay.
The Sparrows of Mississippi. 266-270.
Andrew Allison.

General Notes

Record of a Fifth Specimen of the European Widgeon (Anas Penelope) in Indiana. 270.
Ruthven Deane.
The Scarlet Ibis (Guara Rubra) in Arizona. 270.
Herbert Brown.
Notes on the Breeding of the Wilson's Snipe (Galinago Delicata) in Illinois and Indiana. 270-272.
Ruthven Deane.
Columba Corensis at Key West, Florida. 272.
John W. Atkins.
The California Vulture in Arizona. 272.
Herbert Brown.
Melanerpes Erythrocephalus Wintering in Chicago. 272-273.
Wm. Alanson Bryan.
A Bahaman Bird (Centurus Nyeanus) Apparently Extinct. 273.
Willard Nye, Jr.
The Chuck-Will's-Widow on Shipboard. 273-276.
Gerald H. Thayer.
Pinicola Enucleator Canadensis and Tryngites Subruficollis in Illinois. 276.
Wm. Alanson Bryan.
Ammodramus Nelsoni in Iowa. 276-277.
Paul Bartsch.
Nelson's Sparrow (Ammodramus Nelsoni) at Toronto, Ontario. 277.
C. W. Nash.
Capture of the Black Seaside Finch (Ammodramus Nigrescens) in 1889. 277-278.
August Koch.
Song Season of the Cardinal (Cardinalis Cardinalis). 278.
J. Rowland Nowell.
Piranga Rubra Not Preoccupied. 278-281.
Harry C. Oberholser.
Clivicola Versus Riparia. 281.
Harry C. Oberholser.
Nest of Long-Billed Marsh Wren Lined With a Snake Skin. 281.
Josiah H. Clark.
The Short-Billed Marsh Wren (Cistothorus Stellaris) in Maine. 281-283.
Ora W. Knight.
A Provident Nuthatch. 283.
F. Huberta Foote.
Two Rare Birds for Southern Ohio. 284.
W. F. Henninger.
The Carolina Wren Breeding in Rhode Island. 284.
Edward Sturtevant.
Food of the Robin. 284.
A. W. Perrior.
Some Rare Occurrences in Yates County, N. Y.. 284-285.
Clarence Freedom Stone.
Family and Subfamily Names Based on Subgenera. 285-286.
Harry C. Oberholser.
Revival of the Sexual Passion in Birds in Autumn.'. 286-287.
Reginald Heber Howe, Jr.
Emigration Accidentelle D'Oiseaux. 287-288.
O. Dug.

Recent Literature

Elliot's Wild Fowl of North America. 288-289.
J. A. Allen.
Thompson's 'Wild Animals I Have Known.'. 289-290.
J. A. Allen.
Stone on the Types of Birds in the Collection of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 290-291.
J. A. Allen.
New North American Birds. 291.
J. A. Allen.
Bangs on the Subspecies of Manacus Manacus. 292.
J. A. Allen.
Schalow on Birds from Chili, Patagonia, Tierra Del Fuego and the Falkland Islands. 292.
J. A. Allen.
Salvadori and Festa on the Birds of Darien. 292-293.
J. A. Allen.
Harvie-Brown's Color Code. 293.
J. A. Allen.
Howe's 'On the Birds' Highway.'. 293.
J. A. Allen.
Economic Relations of Birds To Agriculture. 294-295.
J. A. Allen.
Nelson on the Birds of the Tres Marias. 296.
F. M. C.
Nelson on New Birds from Northwestern Mexico. 296.
F. M. C.
Genera and Subgenera of the A. O. U. Check-List. 297.
J. A. Allen.
Publications Received. 297-300.
 

Correspondence

The Spelling of Names. 300-301.
 
Notes and News. 301-304.
 

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