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Bird-Banding, Volume 37, Number 4 (1966)

Journal of Field Ornithology
4 (October)


Studies of the Acadian Flycatcher in Michigan. 227-257.
Lawrence H. Walkinshaw
Feather Development As a Means of Aging Young Mockingbirds (Mimus Polyglottos). 257-267.
Robert H. Horwich
Recoveries of Starlings Banded at Columbus, Ohio. 267-273.
Harold E. Burtt, Maurice Giltz
Behavior of Myrtle Warblers in Captivity. 273-279.
Millicent S. Ficken, Robert W. Ficken
The Comparative Efficiency of 30 and 36 Mm. Mesh in Mist Nets. 280-285.
Mary A. Heimerdinger, Robert C. Leberman
Recent Literature. 290-306.
Notes and News. 306.

General Notes

Recovery of an Ontario-Banded Song Sparrow in Wisconsin. 285-286.
F. H. Xxx, M. L. Folemsbee
Comments On Repeats and Recoveries of Migrants in Panama. 286.
Eugene Eisenmann
Some Unusual Vireos. 286-287.
Allan R. Phillips
Abnormalities in the Remiges and the Rectrices of the Saw-Whet Owl. 287.
Helmut C. Mueller, Daniel D. Berger
Defecation by Bobwhites When Flushed. 287-288.
Paul A. Stewart
Pigeon Guillemot Banding Returns. 288.
Richard R. Tenaza
Observations On a Robin Nest: Nest Translocation and Nestling Mortality. 288-289.
Ronald F. Labisky
A Five-Egg Herring Gull Nest. 290.
Amelia Segr

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