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The Auk, Volume 19, Number 3 (July, 1902)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1902
Volume: 
19
Issue: 
3 (July)

CONTENTS

The Elepaio of Hawaii. 225-232.
H. W. Henshaw.
List of Birds Observed in the Neighborhood of Wequetonsing, Emmet Co., Mich., July 9 to July 23, 1901. 232-237.
O. Widmann.
Birds of the Island of Carriacou. 237-246.
John Grant Wells.
Notes on the Specialized Use of the Bastard Wing. 246-247.
Wm. Hubbell Fisher.
Plumage-Cycles and the Relation Between Plumages and Moults. 248-255.
Jonathan Dwight Jr.
On the Finding of the Bones of the Great Auk (Plautus Impennis) in Florida. 255-258.
O. P. Hay.
The Birds of Margarita Island, Venezuela. 258-267.
Austin H. Clark.
The Ipswich Sparrow in Its Summer Home. 267-271.
W. E. Saunders.
Unusual Abundance of the Snowy Owl (Nyctea Nyctea) in New England and Canada. 271-283.
Ruthven Deane.
Eleventh Supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-List of North American Birds. 315-342.
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General Notes

The American and European Herring Gulls. 283-284.
J. A. Allen.
Leach's Petrel at Westford, Mass. 284.
Reginald Heber Howe, Jr.
European Widgeon in Michigan. 284.
Harold Herrick.
The Yellow-Crowned Night Heron at Portland, Me. 285.
Henry H. Brock.
A Third Maine Specimen of the Little Blue Heron. 285.
Arthur H. Norton.
The King Rail Again Near Portland, Me. 285.
Henry H. Brock.
The King Rail in Winter Near Washington, D. C.. 285.
Hugh M. Smith.
The Red Phalarope in North Carolina. 285-286.
Gerald H. Thayer.
The Name of the Zenaida Dove. 286-287.
J. A. Allen.
Nest and Eggs of the Red-Shouldered Hawk. 287.
Geo. L. Fordyce.
The Bald Eagle in Ohio County, West Virginia. 287.
Robert Baird Mclain.
The Pileated Woodpecker (Ceophl[Oe]Us Pileatus) in Minnesota. 288-289.
Ulysses O. Cox.
The Song of the Alder Flycatcher. 289.
Olive Thorn Miller.
The Occurrence of the Prairie Horned Lark at Southern Pines, N. C.. 289.
C. H. Morrell.
The Boat-Tailed Grackle As a Stow-Away. 289-290.
Arthur H. Norton.
The Grasshopper Sparrow in Maine, and Other Notes. 290.
C. H. Morrell.
Another Scarlet Tanager for Colorado. 290.
Horace G. Smith.
Piranga Rubra--Another Long Island, N.Y., Record. 291.
William Dutcher.
Blue-Winged Warbler (Helminthophila Pinus) Near Boston, Mass. 291.
Guy Emerson.
Capture of Kirtland's Warbler at Ann Arbor, Michigan. 291.
Norman A. Wood.
The Louisiana Water-Thrush (Seiurus Motacilla) Near Boston. 292.
Bradford Torrey.
A Mockingbird Near Boston. 292.
Francis H. Allen.
Seiurus Motacilla in Eastern Massachusetts. 292.
Reginald Heber Howe, Jr.
The Carolina Wren in Eastern Massachusetts. 292.
Ralph Hoffmann.
The Catbird Again in Rhode Island in Winter. 292-293.
C. C. Purdum.
Note on Birds From the South Pacific. 293.
Leverett M. Loomis.
Unusual Winter Records. 293-294.
Arthur C. Comey.
Colorado Bird Notes. 294.
A. H. Felger.
Some Southern New Hampshire and Western Massachusetts Notes. 294-297.
Gerald H. Thayer.
Notes on the Spring Migration of Birds in the Northern Adirondacks, New York. 297-300.
E. A. Sterling.
Some Notes From Western Texas. 300-301.
Harry C. Oberholser.

Recent Literature

Campbell's Nests and Eggs of Australian Birds. 301-302.
J. A. Allen.
Woodcock's Birds of Oregon. 302-303.
J. A. Allen.
Proceedings of the Delaware Valley Ornithological Club. 303-304.
J. A. Allen.
Lucas on a New Fossil Flightless Auk. 304.
J. A. Allen.
Perkins and Howe's Preliminary List of the Birds of Vermont. 304-306.
J. A. Allen.
Packard's 'Lamarck, His Life and Work.'. 306.
J. A. Allen.
'Upland Game Birds.'. 306-307.
J. A. Allen.
Richmond's List of Generic Terms Proposed for Birds During 1890-1900. 307-308.
J. A. Allen.
Oberholser's Review of the Horned Larks. 308-309.
J. A. Allen.
Ogilvie-Grant on Recently Described American Gallin[Ae]. 309-311.
J. A. Allen.
Clark's 'Birds of Lakeside and Prairie.'. 311-312.
J. A. Allen.
Publications Received. 312-314.
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