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The Auk, Volume 22, Number 1 (1905)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1905
Volume: 
22
Issue: 
1 (January)

CONTENTS

Routes of Bird Migration. 1-11.
Wells W. Cooke.
Summer Resident Birds of Brewster County, Texas. 12-15.
Thos. H. Montgomery, Jr.
Where Does the Large-Billed Sparrow Spend the Summer?. 16-21.
Joseph Grinnell.
The Status of Helminthophila Leucobronchialis and Helminthophila Lawrencei. 21-24.
Louis B. Bishop.
The Decrease of Certain Birds in New England. 25-31.
Edward Howe Forbush.
William Swainson to John James Audubon. 31-34.
Ruthven Deane.
Plumage Wear in Its Relation to Pallid Subspecies. 34-38.
Jonathan Dwight, Jr.
Notes on the Birds of the Au Sable Valley, Michigan. 39-54.
Norman A. Wood, Earl H. Frothingham.
Regurgitative Feeding of Nestlings. 54-71.
Irene G. Wheelock.
Twenty-Second Congress of the American Ornithologists' Union. 71-76.
John. H. Sage.
Notes and News. 104-112.
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General Notes

Sabine's Gull in Montana. 76.
E. S. Cameron.
Additional Record of the European Widgeon (Mareca Penelope). 76.
Ruthven Deane.
Little Blue Heron in Connecticut. 76-77.
P. J. Mccook.
Little Blue Heron in Massachusetts. 77.
Glover M. Allen.
Description of Second Michigan Specimen of Cory's Least Bittern. 77-78.
P. A. Taverner.
Avocet (Recurvirostra Americana) in New Jersey. 78.
William C. Braislin.
The Turkey Buzzard (Carthartes Aura) in Maine. 78-79.
Ruthven Deane.
A Correction. 79.
Austin H. Clark.
The Gray Sea Eagle (Hali[Oe]Etus Albicilla) in British Columbia. 79-80.
Louis B. Bishop.
The Arctic Three-Toed Woodpecker in Melrose, Mass.. 80.
Horace W. Wright.
Wintering of the Red-Headed Woodpecker at Detroit, Michigan. 80.
Bradshaw H. Swales.
The Chuck-Will's-Widow in Kansas. 81.
W. S. Colvin.
The Raven in Southern New Hampshire: a Comment. 81.
Gerald H. Thayer.
The Blue Jay and Other Eastern Birds at Wray, Yuma County, Colorado. 81-82.
Horace G. Smith.
The Blue Jay at Yuma, Colorado. 82.
Junius Henderson.
Clay-Colored Sparrow in the Cariboo District, British Columbia. 83.
Allan Brooks.
Another Deformed Bill. 83.
W. E. Snyder.
Henslow's Sparrow in St. Clair County, Michigan. 83-84.
Bradshaw H. Swales.
The Northern Parula Warbler in Southern Michigan. 84-85.
Bradshaw H. Swales.
Bachman's Warbler in Leon County, Florida. 85.
James A. G. Rehn.
The First Hooded Warbler Taken in Maine. 85.
W. H. Brownson.
Breeding of the Hudsonian Chickadee (Parus Hudsonicus) at Dover, Me.. 85-87.
Sanford Ritchie.
Hudsonian Chickadee About Boston, Mass.. 87.
Horace W. Wright.
The Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher in the Public Garden, Boston, Mass.. 87-88.
Horace W. Wright.
Notes on Several Rare Southeastern Michigan Birds. 88-89.
B. H. Swales, P. A. Taverner.
Additional Records for Southeastern Michigan. 89.
P. A. Taverner.
The Apparent Power of Reasoning in Birds. 89-90.
Chreswell J. Hunt.
Guthrie's Geography, 1815 Edition. 90.
C. J. Pennock.
Audubon's Ornithological Biography. 91.
W. E. Snyder.

Recent Literature

Cooke's Distribution and Migration of North American Warblers. 91-92.
J. A. Allen.
Osgood on Birds of Alaska. 92-93.
J. A. Allen.
Nelson on New Birds From Mexico. 93.
J. A. Allen.
Henderson's Additional List of Boulder County, Colorado, Birds. 93-94.
J. A. Allen.
Preliminary Review of the Birds of Nebraska. 94-95.
J. A. Allen.
Scott on the Inheritance of Song in Passerine Birds. 95-96.
J. A. Allen.
Scott's Ornithology of Patagonia. 96-97.
J. A. Allen.
Bryan's 'A Monograph of Marcus Island.'. 98-99.
J. A. Allen.
Macoun's Catalogue of Canadian Birds, Part Iii. 99-100.
J. A. Allen.
Stone on Birds and Mammals From Mt. Sanhedrin, California. 100.
J. A. Allen.
Todd on the Mammal and Bird Fauna of Beaver County, Pennsylvania. 100.
J. A. Allen.
Raine on the Eggs of the Solitary Sandpiper. 100-101.
J. A. Allen.
Riley on the Birds of Barbuda and Antigua. 101-102.
J. A. Allen.
Dubois's 'synopsis Avium.'. 102.
J. A. Allen.
Madar. 102-103.
J. A. Allen.
Shalow on Arctic Birds. 103-104.
J. A. Allen.
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