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The Auk, Volume 55, Number 2 (1938)

2 (April)


In Memoriam: Richard C. Mcgregor Ornithologist of the Philippines. 163-175.
Joseph Grinnell.
Nesting of Virginia's Warbler. 176-178.
Alfred M. Bailey, Robert J. Niedrach.
Systematic Position of the Genus Ciccaba Wagler. 179-186.
James L. Peters.
Owl Studies At Ann Arbor, Michigan. 187-197.
Kenneth A. Wilson.
Birds of Central Luzon. 198-224.
Captain L. R. Wolfe, U. S. Army.
The Sclerotic Ring In North American Birds. 225-243.
Elizabeth L. Curtis, Robert C. Miller.
Some Georgia Records of John Abbot, Naturalist. 244-254.
Anna Stowell Bassett.
Two Southern Petrels In the North Pacific. 255-259.
James Moffitt.
The Eastern Cowbird Vs. the Kentucky Warbler. 260-262.
J. Warren Jacobs.
Vibration Frequencies of Passerine Bird Song. 263-268.
Two New Birds from the Chisos Mountains, Texas. 269-270.
Herbert W. Brandt.
Recent Literature. 289-312.
Obituaries. 313-315.
Notes and News. 316.
The Fifty-Fifth Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union. 317-324.
Lawrence E. Hicks.
Treasurer's Annual Report. 325.
Report of the Committee on Bird Protection, 1937. 326-329.
By-Laws and Rules of the American Ornithologists' Union. 330-340.
Officers and Committees of the American Ornithologists' Union, 1938. 341.
Patrons, Fellows, Members, and Associates of the American Ornithologists' Union, April, 1938. 342-386.

General Notes

Eastern Brown Pelican In North Dakota. 271.
C. J. Henry.
Whistling Swan In New Hampshire. 271.
Lewis O. Shelley.
Double-Crested Cormorant In Delaware. 271.
Robert C. Mcclanahan.
Shoveller Breeding In Northern Alabama. 271-272.
A. R. Cahn, Paul Bryan.
Blue Duck or Mountain Duck. 272.
Allan Brooks.
Eclipse In Ducks of the Southern Hemisphere. 272-273.
Allan Brooks.
Broad-Winged Hawk Migration In Mississippi. 273.
Black Gyrfalcon In Wisconsin. 273-274.
Purple Gallinule In Central Illinois. 274.
Frank Bellrose, Lynn Hutchens.
Greater Prairie Chicken In Western Pennsylvania?. 274.
W. E. Clyde Todd.
Hudsonian Curlew, White-Faced Glossy Ibis and Black-Bellied Plover In Oklahoma. 274-275.
John B. Semple.
Greater Yellow-Legs Swimming. 275.
Charles M. B. Cadwalader.
American Knot In Iowa. 275-276.
Thomas G. Scott.
Red-Backed Sandpiper At Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 276.
Harold B. Wood, M.D.
Migration of Godwits At Westport, Washington. 276-277.
Adam Balmer.
A Skua In the Caribbean Sea. 277.
Alexander Wetmore.
Glaucous Gull In Illinois. 277.
Frank Bellrose.
Avocet In South Carolina. 277.
Clarence F. Smith.
Glaucous-Winged Gull In Oklahoma. 277-278.
George Miksch Sutton.
Bonaparte's Gull a Summer Resident In Northern Indiana and the Chicago Region. 278.
C. W. G. Eifrig.
Longevity of a Black-Headed Gull. 278.
H. W. Robinson.
Montana Horned Owl In Massachusetts. 279.
Miss Juliet Richardson.
Ivory Gull from Oba, Ontario. 279.
L. L. Snyder.
Great Gray Owl from New York State. 279-280.
Dayton Stoner.
Hummingbird In a Pigeon Hawk's Stomach. 280.
George H. Lowery, Jr.
Albino Chimney Swift. 280.
Leonard Wing.
Say's Phoebe In Northern Indiana. 280-281.
An Abnormal Blue Jay Primary. 281.
George M. Sutton, John R. Arnold.
Hermit Thrush, Swamp and Savannah Sparrows As Summer Residents In Western Maryland. 281-282.
An Unfortunate Pine Warbler. 282.
George Miksch Sutton.
A Warbler Wave of Interest. 282-283.
C. Russell Mason.
Leconte's Sparrow In Southern Ontario. 283-284.
Leconte's, Henslow's, and Nelson's Sparrows Near Toronto, Ontario. 284.
J. Murray Speirs.
Notes from Arkansas. 285-286.
William H. Deaderick.
Bird Records from Northern Coahuila. 286-287.
Ernest G. Marsh Jr., James O. Stevenson.
Four Extra-Limital Records. 287-288.
Herbert W. Brandt.
Audubon Copper Plates, Additions and Corrections. 288.
Phoebe Knappen.
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