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The Auk, Volume 60, Number 1 (1943)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1943
Volume: 
60
Issue: 
1 (January)

CONTENTS

In Memoriam: Joseph Harvey Riley. 1-15.
Alexander Wetmore.
The Status of the California Gull. 15-20.
Allan Brooks.
Sex Ratios of Ducks In Minnesota, 1938-1940. 20-34.
Arnold B. Erickson.
Certain Relations Between the Parts of Birds' Eggs. 34-44.
V. S. Asmundson, G. A. Baker, J. T. Emlen.
Functional Aspects of the Inner Vane of Remiges. 44-50.
Frank Richardson.
Further Studies of Anting By Birds. 51-55.
H. R. Ivor.
Scarlet Tanagers 'Anting'. 55-59.
Horace Groskin.
'Anting' By Robins. 59-60.
Charles K. Nichols.
Anting' By the Robin and Towhee. 61.
Josselyn Van Tyne.
Reproduction In English Sparrows. 62-74.
Richard Lee Weaver.
Spread of the Starling and English Sparrow. 74-87.
Leonard Wing.
Recent Literature. 112-129.
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Correspondence. 130-131.
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Corrigenda. 131.
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Obituaries. 132-137.
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Notes and News. 137.
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The Sixtieth Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union. 138-146.
Lawrence E. Hicks.
Financial Report of the Treasurer For the Year Ended September 30, 1942. 147-151.
Rudyerd Boulton.
Report of the Committee on Bird Protection, 1942. 152-162.
Clarence Cottam, William L. Finley, Aldo Leopold, Victor H. Cahalane.

General Notes

Remarks on Phasianus Crawfurdii and Other Birds Named By J. E. Gray from Crawfurd's 'Indian Drawings'. 88-89.
H. G. Deignan.
An Old Record For Celebes Revived. 89-90.
S. Dillon Ripley.
Seasonal Changes In Color of the Gape of Male Purple Finches. 90.
M. J. Magee.
Starlings and Woodpeckers. 90-91.
A. Brazier Howell.
Nesting of the Eastern Bluebird. 91-94.
W. J. Hamilton, Jr.
Unusual Nest of the Parula Warbler. 94.
Olive R. York.
Bullock's Oriole As a Fighter. 94-95.
Clarence Cottam.
Turkey Vulture Feeding Habits. 95.
William F. Rapp, Jr.
Bass Eats Yellowthroat, Young Stilts, and Young Ducks. 95.
A. L. Rand.
Defensive Behavior of the White-Breasted Nuthatch. 95-96.
Dayton Stoner.
Canada Geese Perching At Malheur Refuge. 96-97.
Clarence A. Sooter.
Kingbird Housekeeping. 97.
Lillian S. Loveland.
Predation Upon Wilson's Phalarope By Treganza's Heron. 97.
Fred Mallery Packard.
A Generally Unrecognized Habit of the Florida Burrowing Owl. 97-98.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
Albino Western Meadowlark (Sturnella Magna Neglecta). 98-99.
H. Elliott Mcclure.
Red-Shouldered Hawk Caught In Mink Trap. 99.
Davis W. Pratt.
Berberis Bealei As a Spring Food of Songbirds. 99-100.
George A. Petrides.
Fulvous Tree-Duck In Louisiana. 100-102.
John J. Lynch.
Spring Migration on Farmington Bay, Utah.. 102-103.
Claude T. Barnes.
Churchill Savannah Sparrow At the Florida Line. 103.
Robert Norris.
The Veery Breeding In Washington, D. C.. 103-104.
Louis J. Halle, Jr.
Notes of Mid-South Towhees. 104.
Ben B. Coffey, Jr.
Sage Thrasher In New York. 104.
Gordon M. Meade.
Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Breeding In Maryland. 105.
Brooke Meanley.
Cuban Nighthawk Breeding on Lower Florida Keys. 105.
Earle R. Greene.
Nesting of the Prairie Horned Lark In Northwestern Alabama. 105.
F. W. Mccormack.
Florida Burrowing Owl In Cuba. 105.
James Bond.
American Three-Toed Woodpecker In Massachusetts. 106.
Roland C. Clement.
Tufted Titmouse In Massachusetts and Connecticut. 106-107.
Samuel A. Elliot, Jr.
Catbird Wintering In Bennington, Vermont. 107.
Lucretius H. Ross.
Evening Grosbeak In Summer In the Adirondack Mountains. 107.
Edward Fleisher.
Second Record of the Wood Thrush In Colorado, With Other Observations. 107-108.
Fred Mallery Packard.
Hudsonian Godwit In Wayne County, New York. 108.
George Miksch Sutton.
Blue Geese on National Wildlife Refuges of the Atlantic Coast, Winter of 1941-'42. 109-110.
Philip A. Dumont.
Records and Notes from St. Croix, Virgin Islands.. 110-111.
Harry A. Beatty.
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