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The Auk, Volume 40, Number 1 (1923)

1 (January)


The Black-Crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax Nycticorax Naevius) of Sandy Neck. 1-30.
Alfred O. Gross.
Notes On the Short-Eared Owl. 30-36.
Chas. A. Urner.
A Study of the Nesting of Mourning Doves. 37-58.
Margaret Morse Nice.
A Review of the Genus Cyanocompsa. 58-69.
W. E. Clyde Todd.
Field Studies of the Anatidae of the Atlantic Coast. 69-80.
Ludlow Griscom.
Notes On the Forms of the Genus Oreortyx Baird. 80-84.
Harry C. Oberholser.
A Breeding Station of the Horned Lark and Pipit On the Gaspe Peninsula. 85-87.
Charles W. Townsend.
A New Subspecies of the Little Black Rail. 88-90.
Henry K. Coale.
Description of a New Clapper Rail From the Colorado River Valley. 90-94.
Donald R. Dickey.
Supplementary Notes On the Birds of Dutchess County, N. Y.. 94-105.
Maunsell S. Crosby.
Fortieth Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union. 106-115.
T. S. Palmer.
Report of the Secretary. 115-119.
T. S. Palmer.
Notes and News. 182-190.


Generic Subdivision. 177-180.
The Cuckoo's Egg Laying. 181-182.

General Notes

Notes On the Diving of Loons. 119-120.
Frederic H. Kennard.
King Eider In Maine. 120.
Frederic H. Kennard.
The Replete Angler"". 120-121.
Langdon Gibson.
Yellow-Crowned Night Heron In Pennsylvania. 121.
John A. Gillespie.
Whooping Crane In Nebraska. 121.
Louis Agassiz Fuertes.
An Interesting Adaptation. 121-122.
W. Sprague Brooks.
Natal Plumage of Belonopterus Cayannensis. 122.
W. F. Henninger.
Golden Plover In Cape May County, New Jersey. 122-123.
Wharton Huber.
An Instance of Extreme Precocity In Young Pheasants. 123.
Frederic H. Kennard.
The Barn Owl In Washington State. 123-124.
Walter P. Taylor.
Long-Eared Owl At Ipswich, Mass., In Summer. 124.
Charles B. Floyd.
The Saw-Whet Owl In Spring At Philadelphia, Pa.. 124.
Richard F. Miller.
An Owl's Egg In the Nest of a Western Red-Tailed Hawk. 125.
Frederic H. Kennard.
First Definite Capture In North America of the Manx Shearwater (Puffinus Puffinus). 125.
Jonathan Dwight.
The Eastern Kingbird In Western Washington. 125-126.
Walter P. Taylor.
Doctor Suckley On the Magpie Versus Livestock. 126.
Walter P. Taylor.
Prairie Horned Lark (Otocoris Alpestris Praticola) In Maryland In Summer. 126.
C. W. G. Eifrig.
Raven At Elizabeth, N. J.--A with drawal. 127.
Charles A. Urner.
Cowbird-Like Behavior of Red-Winged Blackbird. 127-128.
Harold M. Holland.
The Glossy Cowbird (Molothrus Atronitens) In Barbados. 128-129.
Casey A. Wood.
Evening Grosbeaks In Maine. 129.
Carrie Ella Miller.
The Evening Grosbeak Near Washington, D.C.. 130.
Alexander Wetmore.
The Evening Grosbeak In Wisconsin. 130-131.
Clarence Jung.
The Standing of the Lapland Longspur In Maine. 131-132.
Nathan Clifford Brown.
Leconte's Sparrow Near Chicago, a Correction. 132.
C. W. G. Eifrig.
Nelson's Sparrow In Chicago. 132.
C. W. G. Eifrig.
Vermivora Leucobronchialis In Venezuela. 132-133.
B. H. Swales.
Wintering of the Yellow Palm Warbler At Prattville, Ala. 133.
Lewis S. Golson.
A Third South Carolina Record For the Bay-Breasted Warbler (Dendroica Castanea). 133.
Arthur T. Wayne.
Grinnell's Water-Thrush In Colorado. 133.
Mrs. L. K. Robinson.
Rock Wren In Minnesota. 133-134.
Alfred Peterson.
Bewick's Wren (Thryomanes Bewicki Bewicki) On the Coast of South Carolina. 134.
Arthur T. Wayne.
Present Status of the Carolina Wren Near Washington, D. C.. 134-135.
Alexander Wetmore.
Thrush Killed By Red-Squirrel. 135.
Charles W. Townsend.
Additional Notes On Birds of the Labrador Peninsula. 135-137.
Harrison F. Lewis.
Notes From Waukesha County, Wis.. 137-138.
S. Paul Jones.
Rare and Unusual Birds In the Chicago Area During 1922. 138-140.
N. F. Leopold, Jr.
Notes From Elizabeth, N. J.. 140-142.
Charles A. Urner.
Additional Notes On the Birds of Eastern Kentucky. 143-144.
R. E. Horsey.
Summer Shore Birds of the North Carolina Coast. 144-146.
Earl L. Poole.
Some Biloxi, Mississippi Bird Notes. 146-147.
Chreswell J. Hunt.
The Type of the Genus Colymbus Linn.. 147-148.
Witmer Stone.

Recent Literature

Bent's 'Life Histories of North American Petrels and Pelicans and Their Allies'. 149-150.
W. S.
Sachtleben On the Birds of Lithuania. 150-151.
W. S.
Schalow's Ornithology of Brandenburg. 151.
W. S.
Rowan On Bird Life At Shoal Lake, Manitoba. 151-152.
W. S.
Bannerman's 'Birds of Southern Nigeria'. 152.
W. S.
Bannerman On African Cuckoos. 152.
W. S.
Aves For 1920. 152-153.
W. S.
Forbush On Some Under-Water Activities of Waterfowl. 153.
W. S.
Forbush's Annual Report On Massachusetts Ornithology. 154-155.
W. S.
Witherby's Handbook of British Birds. 155.
W. S.
Mathews' 'The Birds of Australia'. 155-156.
W. S.
Recent Papers By Prof. Stephens. 156.
W. S.
Van Oort's 'Birds of the Netherlands'. 156.
W. S.
Ribeiro's Vertebrate Fauna of Trinidad Island. 156-157.
W. S.
Murphy On Birds of the Peruvian Coast. 157.
W. S.
Mcatee On Local Suppression of Pests By Birds. 157.
W. S.
Bangs and Barbour On Birds From Darien. 157-158.
W. S.
Check List of the Birds of Illinois. 158-159.
W. S.
Chapin On the Genus Steganura. 159.
W. S.
Chapman On the Bird Department of the American Museum. 159.
W. S.
Mcgregor On New or Noteworthy Philippine Birds. 160.
W. S.
Wetmore On Bird Remains From Haiti. 160.
W. S.
Oberholser On Timaline Birds From the East Indies. 160-161.
W. S.
Economic Ornithology In Recent Entomological Publications. 161-162.
W. L. M.
The Predaceous Enemies of Ants. 162.
W. L. M.
Reestablishment and Value of the Buff-Backed Heron In Egypt. 162-163.
W. L. M.
The Ornithological Journals. 163-171.
Ornithological Articles In Other Journals. 171-177.
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