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The Auk, Volume 64, Number 2 (1947)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1947
Volume: 
64
Issue: 
2 (April)

CONTENTS

Infestation of Raptorials By Ornithodoros Aquilae. 185-188.
Ralph B. Williams.
Longevity of the American Herring Gull. 188-198.
Hubert Marshall.
Some Observations on the Carolina Wren In La Salle Parish, Louisiana. 199-201.
H. H. Chapman.
Life History of the Turquoise-Browed Motmot. 201-217.
Alexander F. Skutch.
Lowery on Trans-Gulf Migrations. 217-238.
George G. Williams.
The Robin Nests. 238-245.
Minna Anthony Common.
Observations on the Birds of the North Atlantic. 245-259.
Rollin H. Baker.
Nesting Studies of the Black-Billed Magpie In Southern Idaho. 260-266.
Fred G. Evenden, Jr.
Recent Observations on Maryland Birds. 266-274.
Robert E. Stewart, Chandler S. Robbins.
Birds of the Macmillan Labrador Expedition, 1946. 275-280.
Robert Grayce.
Notes on Some Greenland Birds. 281-284.
A. L. Rand.
Utah's Book Cliffs and Bird Migration. 284-287.
Ross Hardy.
An Ancestral Golden Eagle Raises a Question In Taxonomy. 287-291.
Hildegarde Howard.
Breeding Habitats of Certain Wood Warblers In the Unglaciated Appalachian Region. 291-295.
Maurice Brooks.
The Races of Macgillivray's Warbler. 296-300.
Allan R. Phillips.
Joseph Mailliard, 1857-1945. 300-302.
Robert C. Miller.
Recent Literature. 327-345.
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Notes and News. 345-346.
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Obituaries. 347-350.
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Correspondence

Under-Wing Fishing of the Black Heron. 346.
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General Notes

Pterylography of the Drongo (Dicrurus Modestus Coracinus). 303.
Sam Mcdowell.
Vieillot's Names For the Wild Turkey. 303.
W. L. Mcatee.
A Very Early Notice of Hawk Migration. 304.
J. L. Baughman.
The Name of the Continental Race of the Golden Weaver Bird, Ploceella Hypoxantha (Sparrman). 304-305.
H. G. Deignan.
Variations In the Plumage of the English Sparrow. 305-306.
John B. Calhoun.
Unusual Feeding Habits of Certain Herons. 306-307.
J. C. Dickinson, Jr.
Unusual Behavior of a Cooper's Hawk. 307-308.
Frederick C. Schmid.
Surf Bird In Yukon Territory. 308.
Frederick C. Schmid.
Unusual Cowbird Victims. 308.
Tilford Moore.
Chimney Swifts Bathing. 308-309.
Charles Vaurie.
Speed of a Great Blue Heron. 309.
C. H. Curran.
Albino Robins and Red-Wing At Stockton, California. 309-310.
Verna R. Johnston.
An Albino English Sparrow (Plate 11, Upper Fig.). 310.
Richard Stuart Phillips.
Unusual Nest of Wood Thrush. 310.
Austen Fox Riggs, Ii.
Robin Fighting Its Reflection In a Hub Cap (Plate 11, Lower Fig.). 310-311.
C. R. Mason.
Insect Food of the Eastern Sparrow Hawk In Cache Valley, Utah. 311.
G. F. Knowlton, P. E. Telford.
Strange Behavior of a Broad-Winged Hawk. 311-312.
Bartlett Hendricks.
Duck Hawks Breeding In the Business Center of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 312-314.
Horace Groskin.
Evidence of Polyandry At a Bluebird Nest. 314-315.
Amelia R. Laskey.
Snapping Turtles Apparently Preying Upon Passerine Birds. 315-316.
Amelia R. Laskey.
The Possible Effect of Cloud Cover on Bird Migration In Central America. 316-317.
Howard T. Odum.
Golden Eagle Captures Red-Shouldered Hawk. 317-318.
Maurice Broun.
Brant In Vermont. 318.
Robert S. Russell.
Evening Grosbeaks In New Brunswick In Late July. 318.
R. Dudley Ross.
Bullock's Oriole In Arkansas. 318-320.
Frederick C. Lincoln.
White Pelican In the Chicago Region. 320.
C. Blair Coursen.
Notes on the Pomarine Jaeger In the Atlantic and Caribbean. 320.
William C. Starrett, Keith L. Dixon.
Summering of the Alder Flycatcher In Southwestern Virginia. 320-321.
Henry M. Stevenson.
Nesting of Herring Gull In New Jersey. 321.
T. E. Mcmullen.
Evening Grosbeaks and Purple Finches At Baltimore. 321-322.
Hervey Brackbill.
Summer Record of the Marsh Hawk In Middle Tennessee. 322.
James N. Layne.
Anthony's Green Heron Nesting In Western Oregon. 322-323.
Fred G. Evenden, Jr.
Ivory Gull In Massachusetts. 323-324.
Frances L. Burnett.
American Egret on Mount Desert Island, Maine. 324.
Howard H. Vogel, Jr.
Greenland Wheatear In Southern Baffin Island. 324-325.
George Miksch Sutton.
A North American Record of the Bean Goose. 325.
Ira N. Gabrielson.
The Case of the Yellow Warbler. 325-326.
W. E. Clyde Todd.
A New Name For Bonasa Umbellus Canescens Todd. 326.
W. E. Clyde Todd.
Bar-Tailed Godwit on Long Island, New York. 326.
Carl L. Muller.
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