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The Auk, Volume 58, Number 1 (1941)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1941
Volume: 
58
Issue: 
1 (January)

CONTENTS

In Memoriam: James Henry Fleming. 1-12.
L. L. Snyder.
Breeding Biology of Silvery-Cheeked Hornbill. 13-27.
R. E. Moreau, Winifred M. Moreau.
Nesting of the Gray Flycatcher. 28-37.
Henry N. Russell, Jr., Angus M. Woodbury.
Notes on Macgillivray's Seaside Sparrow. 38-51.
Ivan R. Tomkins.
Feeding of Nestling Bank Swallows. 52-55.
Dayton Stoner, Lillian C. Stoner.
'Courtship Feeding In Birds'. 56-60.
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Wing Skeleton and Flight of Hawks. 61-69.
William L. Engels.
From Colorado Springs To Horse Creek In 1878. 70-73.
Charles E. H. Aiken.
Tarsal Feathering of Ruffed Grouse. 74-79.
Leonard J. Uttal.
Taxonomy of Palaerctic Goshawks. 80-90.
N. A. Gladkov.
Recent Literature. 111-129.
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Conservation Notes. 130.
Francis H. Allen.
Notes and News. 131-133.
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Obituaries. 135-137.
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The Fifty-Eighth Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union. 138-147.
Lawrence E. Hicks.
Financial Report of the Treasurer For the Year Ended September 30, 1940. 148-151.
Rudyerd Boulton.

Correspondence

Unidentified Bird Names. 134.
W. L. Mcatee.

General Notes

Pelicans Killed By Lightning. 91.
Frederick C. Lincoln.
Louisiana Heron In Massachusetts. 91-92.
Francis H. Allen.
Breeding Grounds of Ross's Goose At Last Discovered. 92.
P. A. Taverner.
Winter Food of Snow and Blue Geese In Delaware. 92.
L. W. Saylor.
Mallard Duck Returns To Destroyed Nest. 92-93.
Robert H. Smith, Albert H. Trowbridge.
Daily Movements of Young Black Duck. 93-94.
Edward C. Raney.
American Golden-Eye a Winter Resident of Kansas. 94.
Malcolm J. Brumwell.
Turkey Vulture In Rhode Island. 94.
Hugh Birckhead.
Three Thousand Golden Plovers In One Flock, Delaware County, Indiana. 94-95.
Harold A. Zimmerman.
Broken-Wing Performance By the Eastern Willet. 95.
Ivan R. Tomkins.
Curlew Sandpiper In New England. 95.
Ludlow Griscom.
Skua Off Nova Scotia. 95.
J. C. Greenway, Jr.
Foot-Washing By the Black Skimmer. 96.
Ivan R. Tomkins.
Gull-Billed Tern Nesting In Florida. 96.
R. J. Longstreet.
Saw-Whet Owl In Tennessee. 96-97.
Amelia R. Laskey.
Feeding and Disposition of Nestling Feces By the Kingbird. 97.
Edward C. Raney.
Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher In Quebec. 97-98.
P. A. Taverner.
Tree Swallows and Highways. 98.
G. C. Toner.
Mockingbirds In Panama. 98-99.
Frank M. Chapman.
Brown Thrasher In Oregon. 99-100.
Aaron C. Bagg.
Two Yellow Warblers New To Massachusetts. 100.
Ludlow Griscom.
Kentucky Warbler In Massachusetts. 100-101.
Ludlow Griscom.
Hooded Oriole Again Recorded In the United States. 101.
Thomas D. Burleigh, George H. Lowery, Jr.
Hooded Warbler Flying Backward. 101.
Robert Norris.
Cowbird on the Virginia and North Carolina Coasts. 101-102.
John H. Grey, Jr., J. J. Murray.
Rufous-Crowned Sparrow of Southeastern New Mexico. 102.
Alden H. Miller.
'Anting' By Summer Tanager. 102.
Ruth Harris Thomas.
Bachman's Sparrow In New York. 103-104.
Gordon M. Meade.
Gambel's Sparrow In Pennsylvania. 104.
Barton L. Sharp.
Termites Taken By Birds. 104.
Charles H. Blake.
Early Nesting At Cape Sable, Florida. 105-106.
Joseph C. Howell.
Unusual North Carolina Records. 106-108.
H. H. Brimley.
Notes from Princess Anne County, Virginia. 108-109.
J. J. Murray, John H. Grey.
Some West Indian Birds' Eggs. 109-110.
James Bond.
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