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The Auk, Volume 52, Number 3 (1935)

3 (July)


In Memoriam: Charles Wendell Townsend. 227-232.
Glover M. Allen.
The Hawk Migration During the Fall of 1934, along the Kittatinny Ridge In Pennsylvania. 233-248.
Maurice Broun.
February Bird Life of Punta Penascosa, Sonora, Mexico. 249-256.
Laurence M. Huey.
Helpers At the Nest. 257-273.
Alexander F. Skutch.
A New Jay of the Genus Cyanocorax from Sinaloa, Mexico. 274-277.
Robert T. Moore.
An Experimental Study of Sex Recognition In Birds. 278-286.
G. K. Noble, William Vogt.
Notes on the Growth, Behavior and Taming of Young Marsh Hawks. 287-299.
Lewis O. Shelley.
Obituaries. 355.
Notes and News. 356-358.


Injury-Feigning In Nesting Birds. 352-354.
Harry S. Swarth.

General Notes

The Common Loon In the Florida Keys. 300.
Alexander Wetmore.
The Water-Turkey (Anhinga Anhinga) In Clarke County, Georgia. 300.
Fred Denton, E. E. Byrd.
Spring Migration of the Gannet In Southeast Florida. 300.
J. T. Nichols.
Double-Crested Cormorants At Harrisburg, Pa. 300-301.
Harold B. Wood, M. D.
A Migration of Mute Swans. 301-302.
Lawrence E. Hicks.
Whistling Swans. 302.
T. E. Musselman.
Another Blue Goose from Georgia. 302.
Ivan R. Tomkins.
Snow Geese (Chen Hyperborea) Near Washington, D. C.. 302.
Aaron C. Bagg.
The Oldsquaw In the Interior of Alabama. 302-303.
Henry M. Stevenson.
Ducks In Chimneys. 303.
Olin Sewall Pettingill, Jr.
Black Vultures In Indiana. 303-304.
Amos W. Butler.
An Exhausted Sharp-Shinned Hawk. 304-305.
Arthur H. Norton.
Northern Bald Eagle: an Addition To the New Hampshire List. 305.
Lewis O. Shelley.
Notes on the Black Pigeon Hawk. 305-307.
Hamilton M. Laing.
Albinism Among New Hampshire Ring-Necked Pheasants. 307.
Lewis O. Shelley.
Does the Female Woodcock Ever Sky Dance?. 307-308.
Maurice Brooks.
Second Recorded Nesting of the Laughing Gull on the South Carolina Coast. 308-309.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
The Noddy At Charleston, South Carolina. 309.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
Additional Dovekie Weights. 309.
R. A. Johnson.
A Flight of Common Terns At Harrisburg, Pa. 309.
Harold B. Wood.
Early Nesting of the Great Horned Owl. 309-310.
William H. Elder.
Snowy Owl Migration--1934-1935. 310.
Alfred O. Gross.
The Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker and the Ruby-Throated Hummingbird As Commensals. 310.
Francis H. Allen.
Migrational Dates of Purple Martins. 310-311.
Harold B. Wood.
Ravens In the Kittatinny Ridge of Pennsylvania. 311.
Maurice Broun.
Eastern Hermit Thrush (Hylocichla Guttata Faxoni) In Song In Florida. 311.
Maurice Broun.
Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher At Cambridge, Mass. 311-312.
Fred M. Packard.
A New Bird For Idaho. 312.
Pierce Brodkorb.
Notes on Breeding Success of Starlings. 312.
R. A. Johnson.
Nesting of the Starling (Sturnus Vulgaris Vulgaris) In the Labrador Peninsula. 313.
Harrison F. Lewis.
European Starling Nesting At Savannah, Georgia. 313.
W. J. Erichsen.
Bay-Breasted Warbler In Arkansas. 314.
Chas. M. Owens.
Scarlet Tanager on the Coast of Georgia. 314.
W. J. Erichsen.
The Alaska Yellow Warbler In Kansas. 314.
W. S. Long.
An Abnormally Plumaged Cardinal. 314-315.
George Miksch Sutton.
Clay-Colored Sparrow In New York. 315.
Allan R. Phillips.
An Atlantic Song Sparrow from Georgia. 315.
Ivan R. Tomkins.
The Lapland Longspur (Calcarius L. Lapponicus); a South Carolina Specimen, and a Georgia Sight Record. 315.
Ivan R. Tomkins.
Lapland Longspur on the Central East Coast of Florida. 315-316.
S. A. Grimes.
Some Unusual Records from Aroostook County, Maine, 1934. 316-317.
G. D. Chamberlain.
Notes on the Winter Bird Life of the Delaware Coast. 317-318.
Thos. D. Burleigh.
Winter Notes from Coastal North Carolina. 318-319.
Clarence Cottam.
Interesting Winter Notes At Lake Mattamuskeet Wild Life Refuge (Hyde County, N. C.). 319-320.
Earle R. Greene.
Notes on Some Unusual Birds In Florida. 320-321.
Maurice Broun.
Additional Notes on Ohio Birds. 321-323.
Milton B. Trautman.
Shore Birds At Madison, Wisconsin. 323.
John S. Main.
Some Notes from Arkansas. 324.
Wm. H. Deaderick.
New Bird Records from Texas. 324-325.
Roy W. Quillin.
Some Notes from the Panama Canal Zone--Summer 1934. 325-328.
Robert S. Arbib, Jr., Frederick W. Loetscher, Jr.
Pre-Columbian Bird Remains from Venezuela. 328-329.
Alexander Wetmore.
On Paired Ovaries. 329-330.
A. L. Rand.

Recent Literature

May's 'Hawks of North America. 331.
W. S.
Howard's 'The Nature of a Bird's World. 331-332.
W. S.
Herrick's 'Wild Birds At Home'. 332-333.
W. S.
Taverner's 'Birds of Canada'. 333.
W. S.
Bergman's 'Birds of Kamtschatka and the Kurile Islands'. 333.
W. S.
Lamond's 'An Aviary on the Plains'. 333-334.
W. S.
Tufts's 'some Common Birds of Nova Scotia'. 334.
W. S.
Bird Stamps of All Countries With a Natural History of Each Bird. 334.
W. S.
Glegg's 'A History of the Birds of Middlesex'. 334-335.
W. S.
Economic Ornithology In Recent Entomological Publications. 335-337.
W. L. M.
Mendall on Fish-Eating Birds In Maine. 337-338.
W. L. M.
Griscom's 'Ornithology of Panama'. 338.
W. S.
Pickwell's 'Bird Studies'. 338-339.
W. S.
New York Bird Day Bulletin. 339.
W. S.
Allen and Brooks on the Tanagers and Finches. 339.
W. S.
Proceedings of the Linnaean Society of New York. 339.
W. S.
Other Ornithological Publications. 339-343.
The Ornithological Journals. 343-351.
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