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The Auk, Volume 30, Number 2 (1913)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1913
Volume: 
30
Issue: 
2 (April)

CONTENTS

Notes on Swainson's Hawk (Buteo Sw Ainsoni) in Montana. 167-176.
E. S. Cameron.
The Fox Sparrow As a Songster. 177-187.
Robert Thomas Moore.
Concealing Action of the Bittern (Botaurus Lentiginosus). 187-190.
Walter Bradford Barrows.
Bird Migration From the Standpoint of Its Periodic Accuracy. 191-204.
John C. Phillips.
The Relation of Bird Migration to the Weather. 205-221.
Wells W. Cooke.
Two New Races of the Pigmy Owl From the Pacific Coast. 222-224.
J. Grinnell.
Ontario Bird Notes. 225-228.
J. H. Fleming.
More Notes on the Morning Awakening. 229-235.
Francis H. Allen.
Notes on Some of the Rarer Birds of the Prairie Part of the Chicago Area. 236-240.
G. Eifrig.
Breeding Birds of Alachua County, Florida. 240-247.
Oscar E. Baynard.
What the American Bird Banding Association Has Accomplished During 1912. 248-261.
Howard H. Cleaves.
Anatomical Notes on Some Genera of Passerine Birds. 262-267.
Hubert Lyman Clark.
Notes and News. 318-324.
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Correspondence

The Concealing Coloration Question. 311-317.
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General Notes

Holb[Oe]Ll's Grebe in Concord, Mass.. 267.
R. Heber Howe, Jr.
Additional Notes on the Harlequin Duck in Wyoming. 267-268.
T. S. Palmer.
White Ibis (Guara Alba) in Missouri. 268.
H. C. Williams.
Glossy Ibis (Plegadis Autumnalis) in Eastern Cuba; a New Record. 268.
Chas. T. Ramsden.
Bittern Breeding in New Jersey. 268.
Richard C. Harlow.
Nesting of the Black Rail (Creciscus Jamaicensis) in New Jersey. 269.
Richard C. Harlow.
A Recent Capture of the Eskimo Curlew. 269-270.
W. E. Snyder.
Hudsonian Curlew on Long Island in Winter. 270.
Charlotte Bogardus.
A Peculiar Hudsonian Curlew. 270-271.
Witmer Stone.
Hudsonian Godwit on the Magdalen Islands. 271.
W. E. Saunders.
The Golden Plover (Charadrius Dominicus Dominicus) Again on the Coast of South Carolina. 271.
Arthur T. Wayne.
On the Occurrence of Columba Squamosa (Bonnaterre) in Cuba. 271-272.
Chas. T. Ramsden.
The Marsh Hawk Nesting in New Jersey. 272.
Richard C. Harlow.
The Sharp-Shinned Hawk Again in Maine in Winter. 272.
Nathan Clifford Brown.
First Michigan Specimen of the Three-Toed Woodpecker. 272-273.
Norman A. Wood.
The Wood Pewee As a Foster Parent. 273.
W. E. Snyder.
Arkansas Kingbird (Tyrannus Verticalis) in Delaware. 273.
Spencer Trotter.
Two Flycatchers of the Genus Empidonax New to the Fauna of South Carolina. 273-274.
Arthur T. Wayne.
A Baltimore Oriole in Winter. 274.
Geo. L. Fordyce.
Starlings and Turkey Vultures Migrating. 274-275.
Harold H. Bailey.
The Evening Grosbeak in Wisconsin. 275.
W. E. Snyder.
The Snow Bunting (Plectrophenax Nivalis Nivalis) in Chicago and Vicinity During the Fall and Winter of 1912. 275.
Edwin D. Hull.
A Strange Sparrow Roost. 275-276.
Egbert Bagg.
Towhee in Winter Near Steubenville, Ohio. 276.
Kenyon Roper.
Barn Swallow in South Carolina in Winter. 276.
Francis M. Weston, Jr.
Notes on the Loggerhead Shrike at Barachias, Montgomery Co., Ala.. 276-277.
Ernest G. Holt.
Wintering of the Blue-Headed Vireo (Lanivireo Solitarius Solitarius) at Aiken, South Carolina. 277.
John Dryden Kuser.
The Magnolia Warbler (Dendroica Magnolia): an Addition to the Fauna of the Coast Region of South Carolina. 277.
Arthur T. Wayne.
The Cape May Warbler (Dendroica Tigrina) Taken in the Spring on the Coast of South Carolina. 278.
Arthur T. Wayne.
Catbird and Brown Thrasher in Winter in Massachusetts. 278.
Harold L. Barrett.
Brown Thrasher Wintering Near St. Louis, Mo.. 278.
H. C. Williams.
Random Notes From Easton, Pa.. 279.
Edward J. F. Marx.
A Few South Dakota Records of Some Western Birds. 280.
S. S. Visher.
Additions to a List of the Birds of Harding County, Northwestern South Dakota, Ii.. 281.
S. S. Visher.
Birds at Sea. 281-282.
Harold H. Bailey.
Two Ornithological Fables From Louisiana. 282.
W. L. Mcatee.

Recent Literature

Scharff's 'Distribution and Origin of Life in America.'. 283-286.
J. A. Allen.
Brabourne and Chubb: 'The Birds of South America.'. 286-287.
W. S.
Oberholser's 'A Revision of the Forms of the Great Blue Heron.'. 287-288.
W. S.
Torrey's 'Field-Days in California.'. 288.
W. S.
Nelson on Two New Birds From Panama. 288.
W. S.
Bent on a New Crossbill From Newfoundland. 288-289.
W. S.
Mearns on a New African Grass Warbler. 289.
W. S.
Ornithology in the Smithsonian Report for 1911. 289.
W. S.
Horsbrugh's Game-Birds and Water-Fowl of South Africa. 289.
W. S.
Hellmayr on Birds From the Mouth of the Amazon. 289-290.
W. S.
Mcatee's 'Index to U.S. Department of Agriculture Publications on the Food of Birds.'. 290.
W. S.
Craig's Studies of Bird Behavior. 290-291.
W. S.
Tschusi Zu Schmidhoffen on Austrian Ornithological Literature for 1911. 291.
W. S.
Mrs. Myers' 'The Birds' Convention.'. 291.
W. S.
Grinnell on Conserving the Band-Tailed Pigeon As a Game Bird. 291-292.
W. S.
Henshaw's 'Fifty Common Birds of Farm and Orchard.'. 292.
W. S.
Three Important Economic Reports. 292-293.
W. S.
Economic Ornithology in Recent Entomological Publications. 293-294.
W. L. M.
More Economic Papers By Bryant. a Correction. 294-295.
W. L. M.
Relation of the Turkey-Buzzard to Diseases of Live-Stock. 295-298.
W. L. M.
Cassinia, 1912. 298-299.
W. L. M.
The Ornithological Journals. 299-305.
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Ornithological Articles in Other Journals. 306-308.
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Publications Received. 308-310.
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