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The Auk, Volume 43, Number 2 (1926)

2 (April)


In Memoriam: Eugene Pintard Bicknell 1859-1925. 143-149.
Maunsell Schieffelin Crosby.
The Twilight Song of the Wood Pewee: a Preliminary Statement. 150-152.
Wallace Craig.
Bird Banding--In Progress and Prospect. 153-161.
Frederick C. Lincoln.
Game Birds of the Hooper Bay Region, Alaska. 162-180.
H. B. Conover.
On a New Form of Luscinia Davidi (Oustalet) From the Li Kiang Mts., Yunnan, China. 181-183.
Peter P. Sushkin.
A Further Study of the Home Life of the Northern Parula, and of the Yellow Warbler and Ovenbird. 184-197.
Henry Mousley.
Observations and Banding Notes On the Bank Swallow--Ii. 198-213.
Dayton Stoner.
Trying To Tame a Great Horned Owl. 214-217.
W. J. Baerg.
Schi. 218-227.
Glover M. Allen.
Notes and News. 278-280.


Hawk Extermination. 275-276.
Present Status of the Woodcock. 277.

General Notes

A New Name For Saundersia, Dwight. 228.
Jonathan Dwight.
A Blue Goose (Chen Caerulescens) In Massachusetts. 228.
Charles W. Townsend.
Blue Goose (Chen Caerulescens) In South Carolina. 228.
Charles Livingston Bull, Herbert Ravenel Sass.
Kittiwake In Ohio. 228.
Milton B. Trautman.
White-Fronted Geese In Virginia. 229.
Charles A. Urner.
Whistling Swan Wintering At Branchport, N. Y.. 229-231.
Verdi Burtch.
Colorado Ducks. 231.
W. H. Bergtold.
Wood Ibis and Egret In Hopkins Co., Ky.. 231-232.
Jam?s Suthard.
The Little Blue Heron (Florida Caerulea) Near Berwyn, Penna. During the Season of 1925. 232-233.
Frank L. Burns.
The Egret At Wildwood Lake, Dauphin County, Penna. 233.
George Miksch Sutton.
Little Black Rail In Illinois. 233.
George Miksch Sutton.
Little Black Rail In Illinois. 233-234.
Pierce Brodkorb.
Occurrence of King Rail About New York City In Winter. 234.
John F. Kuerzi.
Red Phalarope At Sea 100 Miles West of Gibraltar. 234.
Herbert Friedmann.
Black-Necked Stilt In Winter On the North Carolina Coast. 234-235.
Robert T. Emmet.
A New Genus, Acentrortyx, Proposed For Francolinus Nahani Dubois. 235.
James P. Chapin.
Arctic Three-Toed Woodpecker In West Chester Co., N. Y.. 235.
Marcia B. Tucker.
Sapsuckers Feeding Sap To Young. 236.
Winton Weydemeyer.
Long-Eared Owl Capturing Ruffed Grouse. 236-237.
George Miksch Sutton.
Crow Alighting On the Water. 237.
R. M. Chase.
The Blue Jay In Eastern Massachusetts. 237-239.
J. A. Farley.
Changed Habits of Blue Jay At Philadelphia. 239.
Witmer Stone.
The English Starling At Chicago, Illinois. 239-240.
Chreswell J. Hunt.
Foster Parentage. 240-241.
Walter B. Savary.
Status of the Yellow-Headed Blackbird (Xanthocephalus Xanthocephalus) On the Atlantic Seaboard. 241-242.
Warner Taylor.
Pine Siskin Fifty Miles Out At Sea. 242.
Herbert Friedmann.
Marriage Relations of a Red-Eyed Towhee. 242-244.
Marion A. Boggs.
A New Race of Rufous-Crowned Sparrow, From North-Central Lower California. 244-245.
J. Grinnell.
Harris' Sparrow In Colorado. 245.
W. H. Bergtold.
White-Winged Junco In Pennsylvania. 245-246.
Mabel Gillespie.
The Lark Sparrow (Chondestes Grammacus) In Maine. 246.
Francis H. Allen.
Dickcissel (Spiza Americana) In Massachusetts. 246-247.
Wm. P. Wharton.
Note On the Nesting Habits of the Tree Swallow. 247-248.
Charles L. Whittle.
Sycamore Warbler In Connecticut. 248.
Aretas A. Saunders.
Mockingbird At Marquette, Michigan. 248-249.
John N. Lowe.
Bewick's Wren (Thryomanes Bewicki Bewicki) Wintering On the Coast of South Carolina. 249.
Arthur T. Wayne.
Notes From Southwestern Michigan. 249-250.
Pierce Brodkorb.
Some Records From the Madison, Wis., Region 1923, 1924, and 1925. 250-251.
Warner Taylor.
Notes On North Carolina Waterfowl. 251-252.
W. L. Mcatee.
Notes From Central South Carolina. 252-253.
Thomas Smyth.
Notes On the Nesting Birds of Northern Santa Fe County, N. M.. 253-254.
J. K. Jensen.
An Audubon Bill. 254.
Edward G. Kent.

Recent Literature

Hellmayr's 'Catalogue of Birds of the Americas.'. 255.
W. S.
Dwight's 'Gulls of the World.'. 255-257.
W. S.
Wright and Dewar On 'The Ducks of India.'. 257-258.
W. S.
Simmons' 'Birds of the Austin Region.'. 258-259.
W. S.
Spitzbergen Papers. 259-260.
W. S.
Kirke Swann's 'Monograph of the Birds of Prey.'. 260.
W. S.
La Touche's Handbook of Birds of Eastern China. 260-261.
W. S.
Lynes On the Ornithology of Sous Territory, South Marocco. 261.
W. S.
Levauden Et Al. On the Ornithology of Tunisia. 261.
W. S.
'Aves' For 1924. 261-262.
W. S.
Chapman On New Birds From Ecuador and Peru. 262.
W. S.
Mathews' 'The Birds of Australia.'. 262.
W. S.
Van Oordt and Verwey's 'Catalogue of the Birds of the Netherlands.'. 262.
W. S.
Lord Rothschild On a Collection From N. W. Yunnan. 262-263.
W. S.
Bangs and Penard On the Henry Bryant Types of Birds. 263.
W. S.
Hartert On the Types In the Tring Museum. 263.
W. S.
Recent Papers By Peters. 263-264.
W. S.
Iredale On George Forster's Bird Paintings. 264.
W. S.
Recent Papers By Domaniewski. 264.
W. S.
Stresemann On Callocalia and Otus. 264-265.
W. S.
Relation of Palaearctic Birds To the More Important Forest Insect Pests. 265.
W. L. M.
The Lone Swallows. 265-266.
W. S.
Correction. 266.
Brooks' 'Hand Book of the Outdoors.'. 266.
W. S.
The Ornithological Journals. 266-272.
Ornithological Articles In Other Journals. 272-274.
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