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The Auk, Volume 65, Number 1 (1948)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1948
Volume: 
65
Issue: 
1 (January)

CONTENTS

The Tern Colonies of the Dry Tortugas Keys. 1-19.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
The Seasons of Bird Song--The Cessation of Song After the Nesting Season. 19-30.
Aretas A. Saunders.
Observations on Nyctibius Grandis In Surinam. 30-32.
Fr. Haverschmidt.
Variation In the Spruce Grouse In Canada. 33-40.
A. L. Rand.
Notes on Birds of the Philippines. 41-46.
Kenton C. Lint, Ken Stott, Jr.
Nesting Behavior of the Poor-Will. 46-54.
Robert T. Orr.
The Flight of Swallows. 54-62.
Charles H. Blake.
The Discovery of the Habitat of Gould's Hummingbird, Hylonympha Macrocerca. 62-66.
William H. Phelps, William H. Phelps, Jr.
Anting By Four Species of Birds. 66-77.
Hervey Brackbill.
The Last Passenger Pigeon. 77-80.
William C. Herman.
An Early Illinois Record of Cory's Least Bittern"". 80-85.
Charles Knapp Carpenter.
Percy Algernon Taverner, 1875-1947. 85-106.
W. L. Mcatee.
The Sixty-Fifth Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union. 107-115.
Olin Sewall Pettingill, Jr.
American Ornithologists' Union Report of the Treasurer, Fiscal Year Ending August 28, 1947. 115-116.
Frederick C. Lincoln.
Report of the A. O. U. Committee on Bird Protection For 1947. 117-124.
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Recent Literature. 148-166.
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Notes and News. 166.
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Obituaries. 167-168.
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General Notes

Small Pine Grosbeaks Collected In Tompkins County, New York. 125-126.
George Miksch Sutton.
The Specific Name of the Olive Warbler. 126-127.
J. T. Zimmer.
Rufous Hummingbird At Sea. 127.
Gilbert S. Raynor.
Mourning Warbler Trapped and Banded During a Blizzard. 127-128.
Hazel R. Ellis.
Confusion of Eastern Caprimulgidae. 128-129.
W. L. Mcatee.
The Correct Name For the Pauraque"". 129-130.
Rodgers D. Hamilton.
Those Tall Sinai Quails. 130.
Champman Grant.
American Raven Nesting In Houses. 130-132.
R. T. Congdon.
Green Heron Captures Flying Dragonflies. 132.
Fred Warburton.
Triangle Spike Rush As Waterfowl Food. 132-133.
Malcolm W. Coulter.
Subspecific Identities of Some Winter and Transient Birds from Virginia. 133-135.
Charles O. Handley, Jr.
The Flight of the Greater Snow Goose In Upstate New York. 135.
Stephen C. Fordham, Jr.
Recent Northward Penetration of the Reddish Egret In Florida. 135-136.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
New and Unusual North Dakota Trapping Records. 136-137.
O. A. Stevens.
Montana Junco In New York. 138-139.
Charles K. Nichols.
Escaped Paroquets Found Breeding In Florida. 139.
Donald J. Nicholson.
Fresh-Water Nesting of the Gull-Billed Tern In Florida. 139-140.
Donald John Nicholson.
Wintering of the Gray Kingbird In Florida. 140.
Donald John Nicholson.
Curlew Sandpiper on Galveston Island. 140-141.
George G. Williams.
Hooded Merganser Nesting In Massachusetts. 141-142.
Davis H. Crompton.
Black Skimmer and White Pelican In the Bahamas. 142.
Ralph Friedman.
Additional Occurrence of the White-Eyed Vireo In Canada. 142.
Harrison F. Lewis.
Southernmost Penetration of the Starling In the East. 142-143.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher In Florida. 143.
Willard E. Dilley.
Sooty Shearwater In Western North Carolina. 143.
W. H. Ball.
The American Egret In New Brunswick. 143-144.
W. Austin Squires.
Wood Ibis In Western New York. 144.
Helen R. Braem.
Waxwings At Columbus, Nebraska. 144.
Dana Anderson.
Three New Subspecies For Ohio. 144-146.
Emerson Kemsies, William A. Dreyer.
Northern Pine Siskin In Hamilton County, Ohio. 146.
Emerson Kemsies.
Limnodromus Semipalmatus In Arabia. 146.
Robert M. Mengel.
Bohemian Waxwing At Boothbay, Maine, In July. 146-147.
B. Howe.
Barometric Pressure-Patterns and Spring Migration. 147.
Aaron Moore Bagg.
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