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The Auk, Volume 46, Number 1 (1929)

1 (January)


In Memoriam: Leverett Mills Loomis. 1-13.
Louis B. Bishop.
Notes On the Birds of Cobb's Island, Virginia. 14-20.
John F. Kuerzi.
Variation and Distribution In Two Species of Diglossa. 21-37.
John T. Zimmer.
Impressions of English Birds. 38-44.
Charles W. Townsend.
Changes In the Status of Certain Birds In the New York City Region. 45-57.
Ludlow Griscom.
The Nesting of the Great Horned Owl. 58-69.
L. L. Gardner.
Texan Bird Habitats. 70-78.
C. W. G. Eifrig.
The Forty-Sixth Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union. 79-91.
T. S. Palmer.
Report of the Secretary. 92-99.
T. S. Palmer.
Obituaries. 149-150.
Notes and News. 151-154.

General Notes

The Herring Gull (Larus Argentatus) In the North Carolina Mountains. 100.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
Forster's Tern In Massachusetts. 100-101.
Frances H. Allen.
Sooty Tern (Sterna Fuscata) On Long Island, New York. 101.
Leroy Wilcox.
Sooty Tern On Staten Island, N. Y.. 102.
Victor R. Muller.
Pomarine Jaegers and Phalaropes Off Shore In November. 102-103.
J. P. Chapin, P. A. Dumont, W. Dew. Miller, J. T. Nichols.
Lesser Snow Goose (Chen Hyperborea Hyperborea) In Quebec. 103.
Gus A. Langelier.
The Blue Goose (Chen Caerulescens) At Virginia Beach, Va.. 103.
Charles W. Townsend, Charles L. Bull.
The Greater Scaup Affected By Lead Poisoning. 103-104.
Josselyn Van Tyne.
White Pelican In Chester County, Pennsylvania. 104.
George Miksch Sutton.
American Egret At Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania. 104.
Stanley J. Seiple.
American Egret At Seneca Falls, New York. 105.
William J. Hamilton, Jr.
Great White Heron and Roseate Spoonbill Near Daytona Beach, Florida. 105.
R. J. Longstreet.
Some Rail Traits. 106.
Frank F. Gander.
A Dead Clapper Rail Found At Lexington, In the Valley of Virginia. 106-107.
James J. Murray.
Northern Phalarope (Lobipes Lobatus) In Pennsylvania. 108.
Earl L. Poole.
Breeding Range of the Northern Phalarope (Lobipes Lobatus). 108-109.
Charles W. Townsend.
Buff-Breasted Sandpiper At Brigantine, New Jersey. 109-110.
Julian K. Potter.
Black-Necked Stilt (Himantopus Mexicanus) Again In South Carolina. 110.
E. Von S. Dingle.
The Possibility of Tularemia In the Ruffed Grouse. 110-111.
J. J. Murray.
On Dendragapus Obscurus Obscurus. 111-113.
Allan Brooks.
Rare Michigan Records. 113.
Norman A. Wood.
Lewis' Woodpecker In Rhode Island. 113-114.
William L. Bryant.
Red-Headed Woodpecker In New Mexico. 114.
Dix Teachenor.
Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker Winters In Brookfield, Mass.. 114.
Clara Everett Reed.
The Identity of Trogon Fulgidus Gould. 115-116.
James L. Peters.
Twig Gathering of the Chimney Swift. 116.
Lewis O. Shelley.
Speed of Flying Hummingbird. 116.
Samuel P. Hayes, Jr.
The Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher (Muscivora Forficata) In South Carolina. 117.
Herbert Ravenel Sass.
Gray Kingbird Nesting Near Pensacola, Florida. 118.
Francis M. Weston.
Harris's Sparrow In Denver. 119.
W. H. Bergtold.
Second Canadian Record of Bachman's Sparrow. 119.
L. L. Snyder.
Long-Crested Jay In Quebec. 119.
Gus A. Langelier.
Yellow-Headed Blackbird In Pennsylvania. 119.
George Miksch Sutton.
Barn Swallow Resting Upon Water. 120.
Merrill Wood.
White-Eyed Vireo In Southern Michigan. 120.
A. D. Tinker.
Audubon's Warbler Near Minneapolis, Minn.. 120-121.
Ernie D. Swedenborg.
Nest of Golden-Crowned Kinglet In Millelacs County, Minnesota. 121.
Ernie D. Swedenborg.
Notes From Washington, D. C.. 121-122.
William Howard Ball.
Additions To the List of the Birds of Leon County, Florida. Fifth Supplement. 122.
R. W. Williams.
Some Vancouver, B. C., Records. 122-123.
James D. Turnbull.
Protective Mimicry of the Chickadee. 123.
F. C. R. Jourdain.
A Spider (Argiope Aurantia) and a Bird (Astragalinus Tristis Tristis). 123-124.
George H. Mackay.
An Early Collection of Birds. 124.
Witmer Stone.

Recent Literature

Mrs. Bailey's 'Birds of New Mexico.'. 125-127.
W. S.
Mrs. Sturgis's 'Field Book of Birds of the Canal Zone.'. 128-129.
W. S.
Van Schaick's 'Nature Cruisings.'. 129.
W. S.
Hausman's 'Hawks of New Jersey.'. 129-130.
W. S.
Robinson's 'Birds of the Malay Peninsula.'. 130-131.
W. S.
Grinnell On the Birds of Lower California. 131-133.
W. S.
Sutton's 'Introduction To the Birds of Pennsylvania.'. 133.
W. S.
Phillips' 'A Sportsman's Scrapbook.'. 133-134.
W. S.
Linsdale On Variation In the Fox Sparrow. 134-135.
W. S.
Mathews' 'Birds of Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands.'. 135-136.
W. S.
Havre's 'Birds of Belgium'. 136.
W. S.
Swann's 'Monograph of the Birds of Prey.'. 136.
W. S.
Bangs and Peters On Chinese Birds. 136-137.
W. S.
The Heart of Burroughs' Journals. 137.
W. S.
Pellett's 'Birds of the Wild'. 137-138.
W. S.
Bird Types In the Carnegie Museum. 138.
W. S.
'Aves' For 1927. 138-139.
W. S.
Madon's 'Les Corvides D'Europe'. 139-142.
W. L. M.
Further On Birds In the Ecology of Spitsbergen. 142-143.
W. L. M.
St. Clair-Thompson On the Protection of Woodlands. 143-145.
W. L. M.
The Ornithological Journals. 145-148.
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