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The Auk, Volume 17, Number 2 (1900)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1900
Volume: 
17
Issue: 
2

CONTENTS

The Ivory-Billed Woodpecker In Louisiana. 97-99.
Geo. G. Beyer.
Care of Nest and Young. 100-103.
Francis H. Herrick.
Notes on Some of the Birds of British Columbia. 104-107.
Allan Brooks.
Arguments Against the Banner Mark Theory. 108-113.
Abbott H. Thayer.
Descriptions of Three New Birds From Alaska. 113-120.
Louis B. Bishop.
Description of a New Subspecies of Meleagris Gallopavo and Proposed Changes In the Nomenclature of Certain North American Birds. 120-126.
E. W. Nelson.
A Review of the Three-Toed Woodpeckers of North America. 126-142.
Outram Bangs.
The Moult of the North American Tetraonid[Ae] (Quails, Partridges and Grouse). 143-166.
Jonathan Dwight, Jr.
Further Notes on Lacepede's 'Tableaux.'. 166-167.
Charles W. Richmond.

General Notes

Notes on the Genus Micruria. 168-169.
A. W. Anthony.
Some Notes on the Herring Gull (Larus Argentatus). 169.
Ora W. Knight.
Ring-Billed Gull In New Hampshire. 169.
Ellen E. Webster.
The Cinnamon Teal In Louisiana. 170.
Andrew Allison.
An Interesting Hybrid. 170-171.
Geo. E. Beyer.
The Roseate Spoonbill In Kansas. 171.
D. E. Lantz.
Breeding of the Little Black Rail (Porzana Jamaicensis) At Raleigh, North Carolina. 171-172.
Witmer Stone.
Breeding of the Little Black Rail (Porzana Jamaicensis) In New Jersey In 1844 and 1845. 172.
Witmer Stone.
Occurrence of Tringa Fuscicollis In Virginia In Autumn. 172-173.
William C. Braislin.
A Further Note on the Specific Name of Falco Regulus. 173.
Harry C. Oberholser.
The Arctic Three-Toed Woodpecker In Beverly, Mass.. 173.
Reginald C. Robbins.
The Earliest Name For the Roadrunner. 173-174.
Charles W. Richmond.
The Red-Headed and Other Woodpeckers In Michigan In Winter. 174.
James B. Purdy.
The Flicker Wintering In Montreal. 174-175.
J. B. Williams.
Chuck-Will's-Widow In Kansas. 175.
J. A. Allen.
Otocoris Alpestris Praticola At Ipswich, Mass.. 175.
Reginald Heber Howe, Jr.
The Red Crossbill Unusually Common At Portland, Maine, In Summer. 175.
Nathan Clifford Brown.
White-Winged Crossbills In Rhode Island. 175.
Edward H. Armstrong.
White-Winged Crossbills and Br. 175-176.
Ellen E. Webster.
Ontario Bird Notes. 176-177.
James H. Fleming.
New Brunswick Notes. 177.
Willie H. Moore.
Bird News From Central New York. 177-178.
Egbert Bagg.
Some Necessary Changes In Nomenclature. 178-179.
Charles W. Richmond.
An Interesting Bit of Manuscript. 179-180.
Witmer Stone.

Recent Literature

Keeler's Bird Notes Afield. 180-181.
J. A. Allen.
Russell on Birds of the Northwest Territory. 181-182.
J. A. Allen.
Loomis on California Water Birds. 182-183.
J. A. Allen.
Stone on 'The Summer Molting Plumage of Certain Ducks.'. 183-184.
J. A. Allen.
Stone on a New Race of Short-Eared Owl. 184.
J. A. Allen.
Bangs on Colombian Birds. 184.
J. A. Allen.
Chapman on New Birds From Venezuela, Etc.. 184-185.
J. A. Allen.
Chapman on Birds From Greenland. 185-186.
J. A. Allen.
Oberholser on the Flammulated Screech Owls. 186.
J. A. Allen.
Oberholser on a Collection of Birds From Liberia. 186-187.
J. A. Allen.
Kopman on the Bird Fauna of Two Sections of Louisiana. 187.
J. A. Allen.
New Birds From the Bahamas. 187.
J. A. Allen.
Faxon and Hoffmann's Birds of Berkshire County, Mass.. 187-188.
J. A. Allen.
'Birds In Horticulture.'. 188.
J. A. Allen.
Stark's Birds of South Africa. 189-190.
J. A. Allen.
Publications Received. 190-192.
 
Notes and News. 193-200.
 
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