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The Auk, Volume 60, Number 2 (1943)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1943
Volume: 
60
Issue: 
2 (April)

CONTENTS

In Memoriam: Glover Morrill Allen. 163-168.
Winsor Marrett Tyler.
Some Irrelevant Behavior In Birds. 168-171.
A. L. Rand.
Nesting Habits of the Yellow Rail In Gasp. 171-180.
L. Mci. Terrill.
Breeding Habits of Mccown's Longspur. 181-209.
Frances Welton Mickey.
Weights and Plumages of the Horned Larks of Central New York. 210-215.
William Montagna.
Weights of Some Western Subspecies of Horned Larks. 216-221.
William H. Behle.
Bird Weights and Egg Weights. 221-234.
Dean Amadon.
A Systematic Study of the Main Arteries In the Region of the Heart, Aves Vi. Trogoniformes, Part 1.. 235-239.
Fred H. Glenny.
Hearing Ranges of Four Species of Birds. 239-241.
Ernest P. Edwards.
Critical Notes on Two Southwestern Sparrows. 242-248.
Allan R. Phillips.
New Species of Birds Described from 1938 To 1941. 249-262.
John T. Zimmer, Ernst Mayr.
A New Horned Lark from the State of Washington. 262-263.
Stanley G. Jewett.
Recent Literature. 287-305.
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Correspondence. 306-311.
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Notes and News. 311.
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Obituaries. 312-318.
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General Notes

Variation In the Outermost Greater Primary Covert As Related To Method of Flight. 264-265.
George A. Petrides.
Outer Primaries As Age Determiners In Gallinaceous Birds. 265-266.
Philip L. Wright, Robert W. Hiatt.
Two Oddly-Plumaged Ruffed Grouse. 266-267.
Leonard J. Uttal.
A Peculiar Goshawk from Labrador. 267-268.
Josselyn Van Tyne.
A New Swallow-Shrike. 268.
Ernst Mayr.
The Name of the Sumatran Crested Olive Bulbul. 268-269.
S. Dillon Ripley.
Chimney Swifts At Play?. 269-270.
Stanley C. Ball.
Bank Swallows Nesting In Artificial Holes. 270-271.
P. A. D. Hollom.
Post-Breeding Pugnacity of the Pine Warbler. 271.
Robert E. Stewart.
Birds and Smell. 271-272.
Paul Bartsch.
The Incubation Period of the Great Horned Owl. 272-273.
Arthur K. Gilkey, W. David Loomis, Bruce M. Breckenridge, C. Howard Richardson.
Raven Eats Mormon Cricket Eggs. 273.
G. F. Knowlton.
Spring Food of the Robin In Central New York. 273.
W. J. Hamilton, Jr.
Duck Hawk Eyries In Southern States. 274.
Richard Herbert, Roger T. Peterson, Walter R. Spofford.
Duck Hawk At Sea. 274.
D. S. Bullock.
Status of Dendroica Cerulea In Eastern Maryland. 275-276.
Haven Kolb.
Notes on the Status of the Red Crossbill In Utah. 276-278.
C. Lynn Hayward.
Additional Bird Records For Grand Canyon National Park. 278-279.
William H. Behle, Edwin D. Mckee.
Notes on Two Rare Birds In Chiapas, Mexico. 280-282.
Pierce Brodkorb.
Nesting of the Southern Robin In Northwestern Alabama. 282.
F. W. Mccormack.
Notes on Some Ducks Collected In Kentucky. 282.
Burt L. Monroe, Robert M. Mengel.
Krider's Hawk In Kentucky. 282-283.
Burt L. Monroe, Robert M. Mengel.
Hoary and Greater Redpolls In Vermont. 283.
Wendell P. Smith.
Clark's Nutcracker In Northwestern Michigan. 283.
Walter T. Fisher.
European Teal In Maine. 283-284.
Arthur H. Norton.
Yellow-Billed Tropic-Bird In Maine. 284.
Arthur H. Norton.
A Method of Remaking Old Bird Skins. 284-286.
J. Dewey Soper.
A Correction. 286.
Clarence Cottam.
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