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The Auk, Volume 25, Number 1 (1908)

1 (January)


A Long-Drawn-Out Migration: Its Causes and Consequences. 1-9.
Rev. G. Eifrig.
Notes on the Spring Migration (1907) at Ann Arbor, Michigan. 10-15.
Norman A. Wood.
Nesting Habits of Birds at Stamford, Connecticut, As Affected By the Cold Spring of 1907. 16-21.
Louis H. Porter.
The Breeding Season of the American Barn Owl (Strix Pratincola) in South Carolina. 21-25.
Arthur T. Wayne.
Summer Birds of Southwestern Saskatchewan. 25-35.
A. C. Bent.
Red-Spotted Bluethroat of Alaska. 35-37.
S. Buturlin.
The Generic Names Mycteria and Tantalus of Linn[Ae]Us, 1758. 37-38.
J. A. Allen.
The Birds of Custer and Dawson Counties, Montana. 39-56.
E. S. Cameron.
Summer Birds of the Green Mountain Region of Southern Vermont. 56-64.
Francis H. Allen.
On the Status of Brewster's Warbler (Helminthophila Leucobronchialis). 65-68.
Charles W. Townsend.
Bird Records From Great Slave Lake Region. 68-74.
Ernest Thompson Seton.
Twenty-Fifth Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union. 74-80.
Jno H. Sage.
Notes and News. 103-108.

General Notes

The Canvasback at Bridgewater, Mass.. 80.
Arthur C. Dyke.
Capture of a Tagged Canvasback Duck. 80.
Henry Oldys.
An American White-Fronted Goose and Wilson's Phalarope in Essex County, Massachusetts. 80-81.
Charles W. Townsend.
Rallus Virginianus a Delaware Valley Breeder. 81.
Chreswell J. Hunt.
The Florida Gallinule, Stilt and Buff-Breasted Sandpipers Near Portland, Me., in 1907. 81-82.
Arthur H. Norton.
The Ruff at Seabrook, N. H.. 82.
John H. Hardy Jr.
Capture of the White-Winged Dove in the State of Washington. 82.
J. H. Bowles.
Capture of the American Goshawk and Harris's Sparrow Near Chicago, Ill.. 82.
Frank S. Daggett.
A Large Migration of Hawks. 82-84.
Robt. Barbour.
New Massachusetts Records for the Hawk and Great Gray Owls. 84.
Reginald Heber Howe Jr.
Chestnut-Collared Longspur (Calcarius Ornatus) in Maryland. 84.
F. C. Kirkwood.
Nelson's Sparrow (Ammodramus Nelsoni) on Long Island, N. Y.. 84-85.
William C. Braislin.
The Tree Swallow Nesting in the Delaware Valley. 85.
Chreswell J. Hunt.
The Name of the California Least Vireo. 85-86.
J. Grinnell.
Lawrence's and Brewster's Warblers and Mendelian Inheritance. 86.
John Treadwell Nichols.
The Prairie Warbler Near Chicago. 87.
L. E. Wyman.
The Kentucky Warbler in Southern New Jersey. 87.
Chreswell J. Hunt.
Another Ca. 87.
W. L. Burnett.
Bewick's Wren (Thryomanes Bewickii) on the Coast of South Carolina. 87.
Arthur T. Wayne.
A Parasitic Fly Injurious to Our Native Birds. 87-88.
H. W. Henshaw.

Recent Literature

Widmann's 'Birds of Missouri.'. 89-90.
J. A. Allen.
Jones on 'The Development of Nestling Feathers.'. 90.
J. A. Allen.
Beebe on Geographic Variation in Birds. 90-93.
J. A. Allen.
Braislin's Birds of Long Island, New York. 93.
J. A. Allen.
Finley's 'American Birds.'. 93-94.
J. A. Allen.
Ihering's Birds of Brazil. 94-95.
J. A. Allen.
Beal on Birds As Conservators of the Forest. 95-96.
J. A. Allen.
Beal on California Birds in Their Relation to the Fruit Industry. 96-97.
J. A. Allen.
Howell on the Relation of Birds to the Cotton Boll Weevil. 97.
J. A. Allen.
Riddle's 'A Study of Fundamental Bars in Feathers.'. 98.
J. A. Allen.
Hopkins on the Bony Semicircular Canals of Birds. 98-99.
J. A. Allen.
A Twenty-Five Year Index to 'The Auk' and 'Nuttall Bulletin.'. 99-100.
J. A. Allen.
Dan Beard's Animal Book.'. 100.
J. A. Allen.
Annual Report of the National Association of Audubon Societies for 1907. 101-102.
J. A. Allen.
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