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Bulletin of the Northeastern Bird-Banding Association, Volume 5, Number 4 (1929)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Journal of Field Ornithology
Year: 
1929
Volume: 
5
Issue: 
4 (October)

CONTENTS

Contributions to the Knowledge of the Cape Cod Sternin[ae]. 123-140.
O. L. Austin, Jr.
Birds and Automobiles. 141-143.
Alexander Wetmore
Notes on Banding Tern at Chatham, Massachusetts, for 1929. 144-148.
Charles B. Floyd
Recollections of a Bird-Banding Trip. 148-150.
Winsor M. Tyler
Information Desired Regarding Birds of Prey. 150-151.
Dr. John B. May
Recent Song Sparrow Weighings. 152-154.
Charles L. Whittle

General Notes

An Interesting Cedar Waxwing Return. 155.
Frederick C. Lincoln
An Interesting Black Duck Return. 155.
Frederick C. Lincoln
Results of Banding Chimney Swifts at George School, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. 155-156.
John Bartram
Note by Editor. 156-160.
 
Sleep as a Reflex. 157.
E. C. Hoffman
Notes on the Juvenal Plumage of Male and Female Evening Grosbeaks. 157-158.
M. J. Magee
A Seven-Year-Old Crested Flycatcher. 158-159.
C. L. W.
Fly-Eating Spotted Sandpipers. 159-160.
Everett N. Eldridge, Jr.
A Chimney Swift Recovery. 160.
C. L. W.
An Important Purple Finch Recovery. 160.
C. L. W.
A Correction. 160.
 

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