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The Auk, Volume 52, Number 2 (1935)

2 (April)


Edward William Nelson--Naturalist, 1855-1934. 135-148.
Edward A. Goldman.
Evening Drill of Chimney Swifts During the Late Summer. 149-153.
A. L. Pickens.
Ten Audubon Letters. 154-168.
Albert E. Lownes.
An Historic Collection of Birds. 169-175.
Samuel A. Elliot, Jr.
A New Blue Jay from the Western Border of the Great Basin. 176-177.
George Miksch Sutton.
Obituaries. 224.
Notes and News. 225-226.

General Notes

Color Changes In the Head of the Single-Wattled Cassowary (Casuarius Uniappendiculatus Occipitalis). 178.
Malcolm Davis.
Pacific Loon on the Lower St. Lawrence River In July. 178.
John B. May.
The Leach's Petrels of Penikese Island, Massachusetts. 179-180.
Francis H. Allen.
White Pelicans In Florida. 180.
John B. May.
A Sight Record of the Red Phalarope (Phalaropus Fulicarius) In Northern Idaho. 180-181.
R. L. Hand.
Red-Legged Black Duck In West Virginia. 181.
Maurice Brooks.
Ring-Necked Duck (Nyroca Collaris) At Lonsdale, Rhode Island. 181.
Alfred E. Eynon.
The Louisiana Heron In Oklahoma. 181.
A. B. Leonard.
Apparent Skin-Transplant In a Wild Scaup. 181-182.
J. T. Nichols.
Blue Geese (Chen Caerulescens) on the Tuckerton, New Jersey, Marshes. 182.
Gerbert Rebell.
Blue Goose (Chen Caerulescens) In Cape May Co., N. J.. 182-183.
Witmer Stone.
Golden Eagle In Louisiana: a Correction and a Reaffirmation of a Positive Record. 183.
Ernrest G. Holt.
A Sparrow Hawk Gynandromorph. 183-184.
Pierce Brodkorb.
Albino Ring-Neck Pheasant. 184.
John M. Vasicek.
The Ruff (Philomachus Pugnax) Near Boston, Massachusetts, With Re-Marks on Its Recognition In Winter Plumage. 184-185.
Ludlow Griscom.
The Ruff (Philomachus Pugnax) In Barbados. 185.
Fred P. Peterkin.
Avocet Recorded For North Carolina. 185.
Ernst Mayr.
Lesser Black-Backed Gull (Larus Fuscus Graellsi) In Bronx County, New York City. 185-186.
John Kuerzi, Richard Kuerzi.
Iceland Gull (Larus Leucopterus) In Rhode Island. 186.
Alfred E. Eynon.
Kumlien's Gull" At Brigantine--A Correction". 186.
W. Stuart Cramer.
The Type Specimen of Newton's Owl. 186-187.
Alexander Wetmore.
An Early Nesting Date For the Great Horned Owl. 187.
Stanley Mulaik.
Arkansas Kingbird In Massachusetts. 187.
Chandler Robbins, Jr.
The Vermilion Flycatcher In Louisiana. 187.
E. A. Mcilhenny.
Rufous Hummingbird (Selasphorus Rufus) In Florida. 187.
Robert C. Mcclanahan.
The Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker and the Ruby-Throated Hummingbird Commensals?. 187-188.
Ruskin S. Freer, Dr. J. J. Murray.
Breeding of the Wood Pewee In Volusia County, Florida. 188.
J. C. Howell.
Barn Swallows Breeding on the Gulf Coast. 188.
E. A. Mcilhenny.
Death of Juvenile Tree Swallow Due To Over-Feeding. 188-189.
Winton Weydemeyer.
Late Migration of Tree Swallows and Mourning Doves. 189.
Clarence Cottam.
The Raven In the Virginia Blue Ridge. 189.
Ruskin S. Freer.
Red Type of Crow Eggs. 189-190.
J. Warren Jacobs.
A Thrush (Turdus Iliacus) With Three Legs. 190.
Henry Mousley.
Bicknell's Thrush In New Jersey. 191.
Pierce Brodkorb.
Willow Thrush In New Jersey. 191.
Charles H. Rogers.
Mockingbird At Nantucket, Mass.. 191.
Margaret H. Mitchell.
Starling (Sturnus Vulgaris) In Benton County, Arkansas. 191.
D. E. Merrill.
The Orange-Crowned Warbler In the New York City Region. 191-192.
Allan D. Cruickshank.
Orange-Crowned Warbler (Vermivora Celata Celata) In Maine. 192-193.
Howard L. Mendall.
On the Color of the Iris In the Western Cuban Grackle. 193.
J. H. Riley.
The Red Crossbill In Kansas:--A Correction. 193-194.
J. D. Black.
Another Ipswich Sparrow from Georgia. 194.
Ivan R. Tomkins.
The Pine-Woods Sparrow a Breeding Bird In South Carolina. 194.
Thos D. Burleigh.
Late Nesting of the Indigo Bunting (Passerina Cyanea). 194.
Lloyd S. Jenkins.
Nesting of the Lark Sparrow In Central Tennessee. 194-195.
Compton Crook.
Notes from Memramcook, Westmorland County, New Brunswick. 195-196.
Reid Mcmanus, Jr.
Mid-Summer Bird Notes from Long Point, Norfolk County, Ontario. 196-197.
R. W. Sheppard.
Notes from Essex County, N. Y.. 197.
Geoffrey Carleton.
Notes from Central Pennsylvania. 197-198.
Richard M. May.
Some Additional Notes on the Birds of Pinellas County, Fla.. 198.
Clifford H. Pangburn.
Notes on Some Bird Colonies on the Gulf Coast. 198-200.
Robert P. Allen.
Notes from Berrien County, Michigan. 200-201.
George F. Raz.
Notes on Some Ohio Birds. 201-202.
Milton B. Trautman.
Unusual Records from Lincoln County, Montana. 202-203.
Winton Weydemeyer.
A Good Word For the Field Ornithologist. 203.
Morris M. Green.
Some Bird and Egg Weights. 203-204.
A. Marguerite Heydweiller.

Recent Literature

Allen's 'American Bird Biographies.'. 205.
W. S.
Saunders Guide To Bird Song. 205-206.
W. S.
Herrick's 'The American Eagle.'. 206.
W. S.
Wynne-Edwards on the Birds of the North Atlantic. 206-207.
W. S.
Wetmore and Brooks on American Owls. 207.
W. S.
Greenway on New Guinea Birds. 207-208.
W. S.
Van Rossem on Birds of Middle America. 208.
W. S.
Mousley on the Woodcock. 208-209.
W. S.
Whistler's 'Popular Handbook of Indian Birds.'. 209.
W. S.
Yeates on 'The Life of the Rook.'. 209-210.
W. S.
Thomson's 'Birds from the Hide.'. 210.
W. S.
Mathews on the Procellariiformes. 210-211.
W. S.
Hachisuka's 'Birds of the Philippines.'. 211-212.
W. S.
Taka-Tsukasa's 'The Birds of Nippon.'. 212.
W. S.
Furbay's 'Nature Chats.'. 212.
W. S.
Other Ornithological Publications. 212-216.
The Ornithological Journals. 216-223.
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