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The Auk, Volume 25, Number 3 (1908)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1908
Volume: 
25
Issue: 
3 (July)

CONTENTS

Observations on the Golden Eagle in Montana. 251-268.
E. S. Cameron.
Notes on the Broad-Winged Hawks of the West Indies, With Description of a New Form. 268-276.
J. H. Riley.
Recent Notes on Birds of Eastern Pennsylvania. 276-282.
Richard C. Harlow.
Birds of Delaware -- Additional Notes. 282-288.
C. J. Pennock.
The Case of Strix Vs. Aluco. 288-291.
J. A. Allen.
Treganza Blue Heron. 291-296.
Edward J. Court.
Larus Kumlieni and Other Northern Gulls in the Neighborhood of Boston. 296-300.
Francis H. Allen.
Columbina Vs. Ch[Ae]Mepelia. 301-306.
J. A. Allen.
The Destruction of Whistling Swans (Olor Columbianus) at Niagara Falls. 306-309.
James H. Fleming.
The Macaw of Dominica. 309-311.
Austin Hobart Clark.
Notes and News. 340-342.
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Fourteenth Supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-List of North American Birds. 343-399.
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General Notes

Cabot's Tern (Sterna Sandvicensis Acuflavida) Breeding in North Carolina. 312.
T. Gilbert Pearson.
Lead Poisoning in Ducks. 312-313.
J. H. Bowles.
Capture of the Flamingo at Lake Worth, Fla.. 313.
C. P. Ryman.
The Snowy Heron in South Carolina. 313-314.
Herbert R. Sass.
The Black-Crowned Night Heron in Washtenaw County, Mich.. 314-315.
A. D. Tinker.
The Turkey Buzzard Near Schenectady, N. Y.. 315.
Langdon Gibson.
Migration of Hawks. 315-316.
Justus Von Lengerke.
A New Name for the Texan Barred Owl. 316.
Outram Bangs.
The Breeding Season of Strix Pratincola in South Carolina. 316-317.
T. Gilbert Pearson.
Curious Fatality Among Chimney Swifts. 317-318.
Ruthven Deane.
The Horned Lark in Georgia. 318.
Wells W. Cooke.
Clarke's Nutcracker From Wisconsin. 318.
Henry L. Ward.
Red Crossbills, and Some Other Birds in Lower Delaware. 318.
C. J. Pennock.
The Nelson Sparrow in Georgia and Florida. 318-319.
Wells W. Cooke.
The Worm-Eating Warbler in Ontario. 319.
W. E. Saunders.
The Acadian Sharp-Tailed Sparrow in Georgia and Florida. 319.
Wells W. Cooke.
White-Crowned Sparrows Unusually Abundant in Eastern Pennsylvania. 319.
C. J. Pennock.
Protonotoria Citrea at Concord, Mass.. 319-320.
Lidian E. Bridge.
Brewster's Warbler. 320.
James L. Peters.
The Kentucky Warbler in Vermont. 320.
Wells W. Cooke.
Mockingbird in West Medford, Mass.. 320.
Lidian E. Bridge.
A Prothonotary Warbler in Central Park, New York City. 320.
Anne A. Crolius.
Nesting of the Short-Billed Marsh Wren in Philadelphia, Pa.. 320-322.
Richard F. Miller.
Breeding of the Tufted Titmouse in Washtenaw County, Michigan. 322-323.
A. D. Tinker.
Massachusetts Records. 323.
Reginald Heber Howe, Jr.
Early Nesting Records From Washington State. 323-324.
J. H. Bowles.
Notes on Missouri Birds. 324.
M. Susan Johnson.
Bird Notes From Southeastern Michigan. 324-327.
J. Claire Wood.
Four Rare Birds in Southeastern Michigan. 327-328.
P. A. Taverner.
Wilson's Phalarope and White-Rumped Sandpipers in Wayne Co., Mich.. 328.
P. A. Taverner.
Two Ontario Records. 328.
P. A. Taverner.

Recent Literature

Walter on Bird Migration. 329-333.
J. A. Allen.
Cherrie on Trinidad Birds. 334.
W. Dew. M.
Bangs 'On Certain Costa Rican Birds.'. 334-335.
W. Dew. M.
'Cassinia.'. 335.
J. A. Allen.
Beebe on the Seasonal Changes of Color in Birds. 335-336.
J. A. Allen.
Contributions to Philippine Ornithology. 336.
J. A. Allen.
Menegaux on the Birds of the French Antarctic Expedition. 337.
J. A. Allen.
Reichenow on Sea-Birds. 337-338.
J. A. Allen.
Godman's 'Monograph of the Petrels.'. 338-339.
J. A. Allen.
Howard's 'The British Warblers,' Parts I and Ii. 339-340.
J. A. Allen.
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