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The Auk, Volume 40, Number 2 (1923)

2 (April)


The Black-Crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax Nycticorax Naevius) of Sandy Neck. 191-214.
Alfred O. Gross.
Notes On Donacobius. 214-217.
Ludlow Griscom.
Notes On the Birds of Porcher Island, B. C.. 217-224.
Allan Brooks.
Some Aspects of the Group Habit Among Birds. 224-240.
Charles L. Whittle.
The Mourning Dove (Zenaidura Macroura Carolinensis) At Panora, Iowa. 240-244.
L. L. Snyder.
Remarks On Methods In Measuring Birds. 244-247.
Mrs. Elsie M. B. Reichenberger.
Bird Banding and Bird Migration Work At Rossitten On the Baltic Sea. 247-256.
Theodor G. Ahrens.
The Connecticut Valley--A Highway For Bird Migration. 256-275.
Aaron C. Bagg.
Blue Feathers. 275-300.
Wilder D. Bancroft, Emile M. Chamot, Ernest Merritt, Clyde W. Mason.
Two New Birds From Nicaragua. 300-302.
Wharton Huber.
Rough Notes On the Avifauna of Paita, Peru. 303-312.
G. E. Verrill.
Description of Two Apparently New Forms of Aegithalos Caudatus From Japan and Korea. 312-313.
Nagamichi Kuroda.
Nesting of the Evening Grosbeak In Northern Michigan. 314-316.
J. Stokley Ligon.
Notes and News. 376-382.


Generic Subdivision".--"The Genus Debased."". 371-375.
A Plea For Caution In Use of Trinomials. 375-376.

General Notes

Little Auk At Sand Bridge, Southeastern Virginia. 317.
J. C. O'Conor.
Razor-Billed Auk In North Carolina. 317.
Witmer Stone.
Double-Crested Cormorant At Waterford, N. Y.. 317.
Edgar Bedell.
Field Identification of Ducks. 317-318.
Charles W. Townsend.
Blue Geese Alighting In Northern Ohio. 319.
E. O. Doolittle.
Subdivisions of the Little Black Rail (Creciscus Jamaicensis Jamaicensis). 319.
Arthur T. Wayne.
Some Wisconsin Shore-Bird Records. 319-321.
H. L. Stoddard.
Dr. Blagden On the Heath Hen. 321-323.
J. A. Farley.
Bobwhite (Colinus Virginianus Virginianus) Increasing In Ohio. 323-324.
Eugene Swope.
An Additional Record For the Extinct Porto Rican Quail-Dove. 324.
Alexander Wetmore.
Turkey Vultures In Alberta. 324-325.
James E. Horning.
The Gyrfalcon In Wisconsin. 325.
H. L. Stoddard.
What Is Buteo Rufescentior Salvin and Godman?. 325.
Robert Ridgway.
Richardson's Owl (Cryptoglaux Funerea Richardsoni) In Cohasset, Mass.. 325-326.
Helen Granger Whittle.
Richardson's Owl In Michigan. 326.
M. J. Magee.
Note On the Generic Name Pteroptochos Kittlitz. 326-327.
Harry C. Oberholser.
The Generic Name Euscarthmus Wied. 327.
Harry C. Oberholser.
Crows Building In Low Willows. 327-328.
James E. Horning.
The Mynah.--A Study In Adaptation. 328-330.
Dayton Stoner.
Spinus Pinus Macropterus, an Addition To the A. O. U. Check-List. 330.
W. E. Clyde Todd.
Nesting of the Junco (Junco Hyemalis Hyemalis) In Southern Connecticut. 330.
Arthur W. Brockway.
A Dickcissel In Rhode Island In Winter. 330-331.
Henry E. Childs.
Pseudospermestes not a Valid Genus. 331-332.
James P. Chapin.
The Tree Swallow (Iridoprocne Bicolor) Affected By Sudden Cold. 332-333.
Ruthven Deane.
Northern Shrike (Lanius Borealis) Near Santa Fe, N. Mex.. 333.
J. K. Jensen.
Phyllanthus Czarnikowi O.-Grant Synonymous with P. Bohndorffi (Sharpe). 333-334.
James P. Chapin.
Another Calaveras Warbler In Colorado. 334.
W. H. Bergtold.
Mockingbird In Winter In Lake Co., Ohio. 334.
E. A. Doolittle.
The Identity of Gmelin's Todus Plumbeus. 334-335.
Thomas E. Penard.
Red-Breasted Nuthatch, (Sitta Canadensis,) Breeding On Long Island, N. Y.. 335-336.
Roy Latham.
Notes On New York Birds. 336.
S. C. Bishop.
Notes From St. Lawrence Co., N. Y.. 337.
Douglas Ayers.
Notes From Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.. 337-338.
M. J. Magee.
Some Notes On Rare Michigan Birds. 338-339.
Norman A. Wood.
Some 1922 Records of Birds of the Madison, Wisconsin, Territory. 339-340.
Warner Taylor.
Two Unusual Winter Records For the Chicago Area. 340.
Chreswell J. Hunt.
Red Squirrel Eating Young Hairy Woodpecker. 340-341.
Verdi Burtch.
Note On Bonaparte's Continuation of Wilson'S Ornithology. 341-342.
Samuel N. Rhoads.

Recent Literature

Todd and Carriker On the Birds of Santa Marta. 342-344.
W. S.
Beebe's 'A Monograph of the Pheasants.'. 344-346.
W. S.
Phillips' 'Natural History of the Ducks.'. 346-348.
W. S.
A Hand List of Japanese Birds. 348-349.
W. S.
Mathews' 'The Birds of Australia.'. 349.
W. S.
Mrs. Myers' 'Western Birds.'. 350.
W. S.
Van Oort's 'Birds of the Netherlands.'. 350-351.
W. S.
Hartley's 'The Importance of Bird Life.'. 351-352.
W. S.
White's 'Check-List of the Birds of New Hampshire.'. 352.
W. S.
Chisholm's 'Mateship with Birds.'. 352-353.
W. S.
Bretscher On Bird Migration In Central Europe. 353-354.
W. S.
Todd On New Finches and Tanagers From Tropical America. 354.
Friedmann On the Weaving of the Red-Bellied Weaver Bird. 354-355.
W. S.
Dwight On a New Gull. 355.
W. S.
Todd On South American Forms of Myiarchus. 355.
W. S.
Cherrie and Reichenberger On New South American Birds. 355.
W. S.
Extracts From the Diary of Otto Widmann. 355-356.
W. S.
Figgins' 'Additional Notes On Branta Canadensis.'. 356.
W. S.
Abbott's 'What Comes From What.'. 356-357.
W. S.
The Ornithological Journals. 357-368.
Ornithological Articles In Other Journals. 368-370.
Publications On Bird Protection. 370-371.
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