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The Auk, Volume 61, Number 1 (1944)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1944
Volume: 
61
Issue: 
1 (January)

CONTENTS

Food of the Snowy Owl. 1-18.
Alfred O. Gross.
Summer Birds of the Gothic Area, Gunnison County, Colorado. 19-30.
Dorothy Anderson Knox.
Territory As a Result of Despotism and Social Organization In Geese. 30-47.
Dale W. Jenkins.
Six Years With a Brewster's Warbler. 48-61.
T. Donald Carter.
The Life-History of the Prong-Billed Barbet. 61-88.
Alexander F. Skutch.
Seasonal Territory Studies of Ruby-Throats. 88-92.
A. L. Pickens.
Apparent Status of the European Widgeon In North America. 93-104.
Edwin M. Hasbrouck.
Some Alaskan Notes. 105-130.
Ira N. Gabrielson.
Recent Literature. 151-172.
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Correspondence. 175-176.
Francis H. Allen.
Obituaries. 177-185.
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The Sixty-First Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union. 186-190.
Lawrence E. Hicks.
Financial Report of the Treasurer For the Year Ended September 30, 1943. 191-195.
J. Fletcher Street.
A Preliminary List of the Members of the American Ornithologists' Union Engaged In the War Services of the United Nations. 196-199.
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The American Ornithologists' Union At a Glance. 200.
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Correspondence

A Check-List of Mexican Birds. 173.
Herbert Friedmann, Ludlow Griscom, Robert T. Moore.
A. C. Bent's 'Life Histories'. 173.
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Birds Occurring At Higher Elevations In the Northern Portions of Their Ranges. 174-175.
Maurice Brooks.

General Notes

Type Locality of Perisoreus Canadensis Capitalis Ridgway. 131-132.
Angus M. Woodbury, Clarence Cottam.
Records of Sharp-Tailed Sparrows from Maryland and Virginia In the National Museum. 132-133.
Alexander Wetmore.
The Type Locality of Nectarinia Dabryii Verreaux. 133-135.
H. G. Deignan.
Popular Subspecies. 135-136.
W. L. Mcatee.
Comparative Weights of Northern and Southern Subspecies. 136-137.
Dean Amadon.
Long-Billed Curlew Eating Trapdoor Spiders. 137.
Clinton G. Abbott.
Pipits Eat Injurious Insects. 137-138.
George F. Knowlton.
Red-Wings Eat Pea Aphids. 138.
George F. Knowlton.
A Chuck-Will's-Widow Carrying an Egg. 138.
G. N. Rysgaard.
Normal and Inverted Courtship Feeding By the Robin. 138-139.
Hervey Brackbill.
Purple Grackle Kills English Sparrow. 139-140.
Malcolm Davis.
Kingbird Behavior. 140.
Dr. Anne E. Perkins.
Parrots and Vitamin B. 140.
Paul Bartsch.
Nesting of the Laughing Falcon. 140-142.
W. J. Sheffler, A. J. Van Rossem.
Notes on the Nesting of the Song Sparrow. 142-143.
Robert G. Lanning.
Chimney Swifts (?) At Manaus, Brazil. 143-144.
E. Thomas Gilliard.
Northward Extension of the Breeding Range of the White Ibis. 144-145.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
First Record of Audubon's Caracara In South Carolina. 145-146.
Sally F., J. Southgate Y. Hoyt.
Phainopepla In Texas. 146.
W. B. Davis.
Some New Records For the Virgin Islands, U. S. A.. 146.
Harry A. Beatty.
Lesser Snow and Blue Geese on Southampton Island. 146-147.
T. H. Manning.
Connecticut Notes. 147.
E. V. Stoddard.
Meadowlark Ranges. 147-148.
W. L. Mcatee.
Sheld-Duck In North Carolina. 148-149.
W. L. Mcatee.
Interesting Maine Records. 149.
Henry Bunting.
Five Birds Unusual In Arizona. 149-150.
W. Earl Godfrey.
The Great White Heron, an Addition To South Carolina Avifauna. 150.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
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