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The Auk, Volume 56, Number 3 (1939)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1939
Volume: 
56
Issue: 
3 (July)

CONTENTS

In Memoriam: John Charles Phillips, M.D.. 221-226.
Glover M. Allen.
The Yellow Rail In Michigan. 227-237.
Lawrence H. Walkinshaw.
The Yellow Rail Breeding In Ontario. 238-243.
Otto E. Devitt.
Territory and Population In the Great Horned Owl. 274-282.
Frederick M. Baumgartner.
Nicolas Denys, a Forgotten Observer of Birds. 283-290.
Elsa G. Allen.
Effect of Wind on Flight Speeds. 291-303.
Francis H. Allen.
Supplement To 'The Birds of Antigua'. 304-305.
Stuart T. Danforth.
Nesting of Some Panamanian Birds. 306-310.
C. Brooke Worth.
The Type of Empidonax Wrightii Baird. 311-312.
Allan R. Phillips.
The Arizona Broad-Billed Hummingbird. 313-319.
Robert T. Moore.
Birds of the Mount Trumbull Region, Arizona. 320-325.
Laurence M. Huey.
Recent Literature. 345-361.
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Obituaries. 362-363.
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Correspondence

Nomenclature In the Genus Quiscalus. 364-365.
Frank M. Chapman.

General Notes

Atlantic Fulmar In Worcester, Massachusetts. 326.
Harry C. Parker.
Occurrence of Certain Birds of the Southern Ocean In the Tropical Atlantic. 326-327.
H. G. Deignan.
White Pelican In Kentucky. 327.
Dorothy Madden Hobson.
Man-O'-War-Birds Prey on Eastern Sooty Terns. 327-329.
Daniel B. Beard.
Reddish Egret Nesting Near Tavernier, Florida. 329.
Thomas C. Desmond.
Snow Goose At Reading, Pennsylvania. 329.
C. Brooke Worth.
Barrow's Golden-Eye In New Jersey. 329-330.
Floyd P. Wolfarth.
Short-Tailed Hawk In Florida. 330-331.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
Sora Rail Breeding In Virginia. 331.
Frederick C. Lincoln.
Florida Gallinule At Philadelphia In Winter. 331-332.
Edward J. Reimann.
Lapwing At Bridgehampton, Long Island. 332.
Edward J. Reimann.
Long-Billed Curlew In Massachusetts. 332-333.
Ludlow Griscom.
A Curlew New To North America. 333-334.
Alfred M. Bailey.
Western Sandpiper In Illinois. 334-335.
Karl E. Bartel, Frank A. Pitelka.
Passenger Pigeons Recorded By Pike In 1806. 335.
Alfred M. Bailey.
Smooth-Billed Ani Nesting In Florida. 335-336.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
Burrowing Owl In the Lower Florida Keys. 336.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
Unusual Nesting Site of the Chimney Swift. 336.
Arthur E. Staebler.
Persistence In Egg-Laying By Injured Robin. 337.
J. Kenneth Terres.
Doricha Enicura In Honduras and Chiapas, Mexico. 337.
Robert T. Moore.
Robin and Mourning Dove Use the Same Nest. 337-338.
Edward C. Raney.
Geographic Variation of the Veery. 338-340.
John W. Aldrich.
Hybrid Vermivorae In the Chicago Region. 340.
Frank A. Pitelka.
Flight Song of the Blue-Winged Warbler. 340-341.
Frank A. Pitelka.
A Very Late Blackburnian Warbler. 341.
R. W. Sheppard.
Dickcissel In Worcester, Massachusetts. 341-342.
Harry C. Parker.
Pine Grosbeak In the Northern West Virginia Panhandle. 342.
William Montagna.
Grasshopper Sparrow Caught In Spider's Web. 342.
J. Kenneth Terres.
Status of the Breeding Lincoln's Sparrows of Oregon. 342-343.
Alden H. Miller.
Lapland Longspurs In Bolivar County, Mississippi. 343.
M. Gordon Vaiden.
Winter Bird Notes from the North Carolina Coast. 343-344.
James O. Stevenson, William Johnston Howard.

Symposium On The Individual Vs. The Species

1.--The Individual vs. the Species In Behavior Studies. 244-249.
Francis H. Herrick.
2.--The Individual vs. the Species In Migration Studies. 250-254.
Frederick C. Lincoln.
3.--The Social Kumpan and the Song Sparrow. 255-262.
Margaret Morse Nice.
4.--The R. 263-273.
G. K. Noble.
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