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The Auk, Volume 48, Number 1 (1931)

1 (January)


In Memoriam: Arthur Trezevant Wayne. 1863-1930. 1-16.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
Experiment In the Recolonization of the Common Tern (Sterna Hirundo). 17-21.
C. F. Jackson, Philip F. Allan.
Some Angles In the Problem of Bird Migration. 22-32.
Joseph Grinnell.
Concerning Some Polioptilae of the West Coast of Middle America. 33-39.
A. J. Van Rossem.
Naturalists, Nature Lovers, and Sportsmen. 40-46.
John C. Phillips.
Wild Life Administration and the Fish and Game Commissioner. 47-51.
William C. Adams.
Additions To the List of Birds Known To Be Parasitized By the Cowbirds. 52-65.
Herbert Friedmann.
The Forty-Eighth Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union, October 20-23, 1930. 66-80.
T. S. Palmer.
Report of the Secretary. 81-86.
T. S. Palmer.
Report of the Committee On Biography and Bibliography. 87-90.
T. S. Palmer.
Report of the Committee On Bird Protection. 91-94.
H. C. Bryant.
Report of the Ridgway Memorial Committee. 95-104.
Harry C. Oberholser.
Obituaries. 161-165.
Notes and News. 166-167.

General Notes

Simultaneous Loss of Primaries In Prenuptial Moult of Loon. 105.
H. F. Witherby.
Dovekies On the Coast of New Jersey and Virginia. 105.
Witmore Stone.
Sooty Shearwater and Audubon's Shearwater In North Carolina. 105-106.
James S. Gutsell.
Leach's Petrel (Oceanodroma Leucorhoa) In the District of Columbia. 106.
W. Howard Ball.
In Re Townsend's Oregon Tubinares."". 106-109.
Frank L. Burns.
Early Occurrence of the Gannet On the South Carolina Coast. 109.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
Cinnamon Teal (Querquedula Cynoptera) In Michigan. 109-110.
W. Bryant Tyrrell.
Breeding of the Blue-Winged Teal In Pennsylvania. 110.
Earl S. Poole.
The Voice of the Blue-Winged Teal and of the Shoveller. 110-111.
J. J. Murray.
Rare Geese On the North Carolina Coast. 111.
Witmer Stone.
Egrets At Cape Breton Island, N. S.. 111-112.
Gilbert Grosvenor.
Snowy Egret At Buckeye Lake, Ohio. 112.
Milton B. Trautman.
Little Blue Heron At Radford, Va.. 112-113.
H. S. Slocum.
White Herons Near Hartstown, Crawford Co., Pa.. 113.
Stanley J. Seiple.
Little Blue Herons (Florida Caerulea) and Egret (Casmerodius Egretta) In Michigan. 114.
W. Bryant Tyrrell.
White Herons At Lincoln, Mass.. 114.
Austin H. Clark.
Notes On the Occurrence of Ajaia Ajaja and Some Other Species In Florida. 114-116.
John F. Kuerzi.
Note On the Passenger Pigeon. 116.
W. B. Mershon.
Black Vulture (Coragyps Urubu) In New Jersey. 116-117.
Charles A. Urner.
The Black Vulture In the Tennessee Mountains. 117.
J. J. Murray.
Marsh Hawk Vs. Kingfisher. 117.
Keble B. Perine.
Paired Ovaries In Hawks. 117-118.
L. L. Snyder.
Golden Eagle Captured In Georgia. 118.
Earle R. Greene.
The Golden Eagle (Aquila Chrysaetos) In Cheshire County, New Hampshire. 118.
Lewis O. Shelley.
Attacks By Screech Owls. 119.
Stanley Cobb.
Burrowing Owls In Illinois. 119.
T. E. Musselman.
The Winter Range of the Chimney Swift (Chaetura Pelagica). 119-121.
Frank M. Chapman.
The Chuck-Wills-Widow In Maryland. 121.
A. Wetmore, F. C. Lincoln.
A Red-Headed Woodpecker (Melanerpes Erthrocephalus) Destroys Its Own Eggs. 122.
Paul A. Stewart.
Euscarthmornis Rufigularis (Cabanis) Rediscovered. 122.
M. A. Carriker, Jr.
Two Species of Birds New To Louisiana. 123.
Earl G. Wright, Alfred M. Bailey.
An Arkansas Kingbird and a Blue Grosbeak Near Toledo, Ohio. 123.
Louis W. Campbell.
Notes On the Twilight Songs of the Scissor-Tailed and Crested Flycatchers. 123-125.
Margaret M. Nice.
Bobolink (Dolichonyx Oryzivorus) In Western Montana. 125.
Mrs. Dana J. Leffingwell.
Behaviour of Rusty Blackbird. 125-126.
John B. Lewis.
Late Pine Grosbeaks (Pinicola Enucleator Leucura). 126.
W. Bryant Tyrrell.
The Sharp-Tailed Sparrow At Chesapeake Beach, Md.. 126.
A. Wetmore, F. C. Lincoln.
Clay-Colored Sparrow On Cape Cod. 126-127.
O. L. Austin, Jr.
A Seventeenth Century Representation of the Cardinal. 127.
Alexander Wetmore.
The Dickcissel In Virginia. 127.
Ruskin S. Freer.
Abnormal Plumage of the Scarlet Tanager. 127-128.
Karl Plath.
Solitary Vireo (Lanivireo Solitarius) Nest Building In New Jersey. 128.
Charles A. Urner.
The Hooded Warbler Nesting Near Toledo, Ohio. 128-129.
Louis W. Campbell.
Wilson's Warblers At Sea. 129.
Wm. J. Cartwright.
A Late Fall Occurrence of the Northern Water-Thrush. 129.
J. J. Murray.
Mockingbird Nesting On Nantucket, Massachusetts. 130.
Henry Emerson Tuttle.
Some Unusual Birds For Berkshire County, Massachusetts. 130.
Maurice Broun.
Notes From Whitefish Point, Michigan. 131.
W. Bryant Tyrrell.
Notes From Jackson County, Michigan. 131-133.
Leonard W. Wing.
Certain Land Birds Observed At Sea. 133-134.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.

Recent Literature

Columba Squamosa At Key West. 116.
Frank M. Chapman.
Mrs. Naumburg's 'Birds of Matto Grosso, Brazil.'. 135-136.
W. S.
Weygandt's 'The Wissahickon Hills.'. 136-138.
W. S.
Birds of the German Gran Chaco Expedition. 138.
W. S.
Phillips' 'Catalogue of Game Books.'. 138-139.
W. S.
Phillips and Lincoln On 'American Waterfowl.'. 139-140.
W. S.
Phillips' and Hill's 'Classics of the American Shooting Field.'. 140-141.
W. S.
Fuertes' Last Paintings. 141.
W. S.
Birds of the British Antarctic Expedition of 1910. 141-142.
W. S.
Vertebrates of the Lassen Peak Region. 142-143.
W. S.
Riviere's 'Birds of Norfolk.'. 143-144.
W. S.
Stuart Baker's Game Birds of India, Burma and Ceylon. 144-145.
W. S.
The Birds of Switzerland. 145.
W. S.
Hortling's 'Birds of Finland.'. 145.
W. S.
Henry's 'Birds of Ceylon.'. 146.
W. S.
Snyder and Logier On Ontario Vertebrates. 146.
W. S.
Fuller and Bole On Wyoming Birds. 146-147.
Grote On the Wintering of Palaearctic Birds In Africa. 147.
W. S.
Birds of the Virgin Islands. 147.
W. S.
Crabb On Woodpeckers of Oklahoma. 147.
W. S.
Riley On Birds From Borneo and Mongolia. 148.
W. S.
Recent Papers By Wetmore. 148.
W. S.
Carriker On New Peruvian Birds. 148-149.
W. S.
Peters On Ceophloeus Lineatus. 149.
W. S.
Gyldenstolpe On Ecuador Birds. 149.
W. S.
Recent Papers By Oberholser. 149-150.
W. S.
Larson On the Osteology of the Road-Runner. 150.
W. S.
Friedmann On African Birds. 150.
W. S.
Bowen On African Birds. 150.
W. S.
Gorbunoff On Mammals and Birds of Novaya Zemlya. 150-151.
W. S.
Food of Ring-Necked Pheasant In Nebraska. 151.
W. L. M.
Systematic Bird Conservation In German Forests. 151-152.
A. Sidney Hyde.
The Ornithological Journals. 152-159.
Ornithological Articles In Other Journals. 159-160.
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