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The Auk, Volume 37, Number 1 (1920)

1 (January)


In Memoriam: William Brewster. 1-23.
Henry Wetherbee Henshaw.
William Brewster -- an Appreciation. 24-27.
John George Gehring.
William Brewster. 27-28.
The William Brewster Memorial. 29-32.
In Memoriam: Lyman Belding. 33-45.
A. K. Fisher.
Midsummer Birds in the Catskill Mountains. 46-49.
Stanley Cobb.
Notes on the Winter Birds of San Antonio, Texas. 49-55.
Ludlow Griscom.
The Occult Senses in Birds. 55-59.
Herbert H. Beck.
Birds of the Clear Creek District, Colorado. 60-77.
F. C. Lincoln.
Sandpipers Wintering at Plymouth, Massachusetts. 78-84.
J. A. Farley.
Sequestration Notes. 84-88.
Joseph Grinnell.
On Procellaria Alba Gmelin. 88-91.
Leverett Mills Loomis.
Notes on Seven Birds Taken Near Charleston, South Carolina. 92-94.
Arthur T. Wayne.
The Status of the Subspecific Races of Branta Canadensis. 94-102.
J. D. Figgins.
Bachman's Warbler Breeding in Alabama. 103-104.
Ernest G. Holt.
Description of a Proposed New Race of the Killdeer From the Coast of Peru. 105-108.
Frank M. Chapman.
Descriptions of a New Species and Subspecies of Tyrannid[Ae]. 108-109.
Charles B. Cory.
The Thirty-Seventh Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union. 110-125.
T. S. Palmer.
Notes and News. 182-188.


International Ornithological Congress. 179-180.
Name of the Red-Footed Booby. 180-181.
Ornithological Pronunciation. 181.

General Notes

The Black Skimmer on Long Island, N. Y.. 126.
Ludlow Griscom, Dr. E. R. P. Janvrin.
Another Record of the White Pelican in New York. 126.
Thomas L. Bourne.
A Note on the Southern Teal."". 126-127.
Stanley Clisby Arthur.
Wild Swan on Long Island, N. Y.. 127.
Newbold T. Lawrence.
Trumpeter Swan (Olor Buccinator) in Western Minnestoa. a Correction. 127.
Albert Lano.
Notes on Some Shore Birds of the Alabama River, Montgomery County, Ala.. 127-128.
Peter A. Brannon.
The Black Rail at St. Marks, Florida. 128-130.
John Williams.
Purple Gallinule in North Carolina. 130.
H. F. Stone.
Breeding of the Mourning Dove in Maine. 130.
W. Dew. Miller, Ludlow Griscom.
The Status of Harlan's Hawk in Colorado. 130-131.
F. C. Lincoln.
White Gyrfalcon (Falco Islandus) in Montana. 132.
S. F. Rathbun.
The Hawk Owl in North Dakota. 132.
Harry C. Oberholser.
Pileated Woodpecker in Morris County, N. J.. 132.
Edward G. Kent.
Unusual Habits of Chimney Swift. 132-133.
Roy Latham.
Empidonax Griseus in Nevada. 133.
Harry C. Oberholser.
The Crow of Colorado. 134.
W. H. Bergtold.
Appearance of the Canada Jay at Moorehead, Minn.. 134-135.
O. J. Murie.
Harris's Sparrow in Northern Michigan. 135.
Stephen S. Gregory, Jr.
Note on the Food of the Starling (Sturnus Vulgaris). 135.
Dr. R. W. Shufeldt.
American Golden-Eye and White-Crowned Sparrow in Northern Michigan in Summer. 135-136.
Dayton Stoner.
Lanius Ludovicianus Migrans in North Dakota. 136.
Harry C. Oberholser.
Bohemian Waxwings in Chicago, Ill.. 136-137.
Nathan F. Leopold, Jr.
The Bohemian Waxwing (Bombycilla Garrula) at Chicago, Ill.. 137.
Chreswell J. Hunt.
Orange-Crowned Warbler (Vermioora Celata Celata) in Massachusetts. 137.
Charles B. Floyd.
Fall Records of Mourning Warbler in Western Missouri. 137.
E. Gordon Alexander.
Breeding of the Canadian Warbler and Northern Water-Thrush in New Jersey. 137-138.
W. Dew. Miller, Ludlow Griscom.
Hermit Thrush's Nest in Unusual Location. 138.
Horace W. Wright.
Peculiar Nesting of Hermit Thrushes. 138-140.
Edwin Demeritte.
The Bluebird in Cuba. 140.
W. Dew. Miller, Ludlow Griscom.
Rare or Uncommon Birds at Rochester, N. Y.. 140-142.
Wm. L. G. Edson, R. E. Horsey.
Notes From St. Marks, Fla.. 142-143.
John Williams.
Bird Notes on the Wisconsin River. 143-144.
A. W. Schorger.
Abundance of Periodical Cicadas, Diverting Attacks of Birds From Cultivated Fruits. 144-145.
W. L. Mcatee.
Nomenclatural Casuistry. 145.
Jonathan Dwight.
Supplementary Note on J. P. Giraud. 146.
Witmer Stone.

Recent Literature

Van Oort's 'Birds of Holland.'. 147.
W. S.
Taverner's 'Birds of Eastern Canada.'. 147-149.
W. S.
The Birds of North Carolina.'. 149-150.
W. S.
Hine on Birds of the Katmai Region, Alaska. 150-151.
W. S.
Witherby's 'Handbook of British Birds.'. 151-152.
W. S.
A Geographical Bibliography of British Ornithology. 152-153.
W. S.
Birds of the Expedition to Korinchi Peak, Sumatra. 153.
W. S.
Swann's 'synoptical List of the Accipitres.'. 154.
W. S.
Burns' 'Ornithology of Chester County, Pennsylvania.'. 155-156.
W. S.
Mailliard's 'Notes on the Avifauna of the Inner Coast Range of California. 156.
W. S.
Bailey's 'The Raptorial Birds of Iowa.'. 156-157.
W. S.
Mrs. Farwell's 'Bird Observations Near Chicago.'. 157-158.
W. S.
Hudson's 'The Book of a Naturalist'. 158.
W. S.
Dixon on Wild Ducks in a City Park. 158-159.
W. S.
Recent Circulars By Forbush. 159.
W. S.
The Birds of the Albatross Expedition of 1899-1990. 159-160.
W. S.
Coker on the Guano Birds of Peru.. 160-161.
W. S.
Scoville's 'The Out-Of-Doors Club.'. 162.
W. S.
Gifford's 'Field Notes on the Land Birds of the Galapagos Islands.'. 162-163.
W. S.
Hall and Grinnell on Life-Zone Indicators in California. 163-164.
W. S.
Dabbene on Argentine Forms of the Genera Geositta and Cinclodes. 164.
W. S.
Cory's 'Review of the Genera Siptornis and Cranioleuca.'. 164-165.
W. S.
Chapman on New South American Birds. 165.
W. S.
Oberholser on Larus Hyperboreus Barrovianus. 166.
W. S.
Contributions to the Zoogeography of the Pal[Ae]Arctic Region. 166-167.
W. S.
Annual Report of the Chief of the Biological Survey. 167.
W. S.
Shufeldt on the Birds of Brazil. 167-168.
W. S.
The Food of Australian Birds. 168.
W. L. M.
The Ornithological Journals. 168-173.
Ornithological Articles in Other Journals. 173-178.
Additional Publications Received. 178-179.
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