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The Auk, Volume 66, Number 2 (1949)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1949
Volume: 
66
Issue: 
2 (April)

CONTENTS

Effect of Temperature and Season on Energy Resources of the English Sparrow. 113-127.
S. Charles Kendeigh.
Differences Between Migrant and Non-Migrant Birds In Food and Water Intake At Various Temperatures and Photoperiods. 128-153.
Henri C. Seibert.
Additional Data on Victims of Parasitic Cowbirds. 154-163.
Herbert Friedmann.
Notes on White Spotting and Other Plumage Variations In Geese. 164-171.
Harold C. Hanson.
New Avian Records from Newfoundland. 172-176.
Harold S. Peters, Thomas D. Burleigh.
The Distribution and Abundance of Shorebirds on the North and Central New Jersey Coast, 1928-1938. 177-194.
Charles A. Urner, Robert W. Storer.
Notes and News. 214.
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Recent Literature. 215-231.
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Obituaries. 231-232.
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General Notes

An Albino Common Loon. 195.
Frederick A. Ulmer, Jr.
Snowy Egret In Wisconsin. 195-196.
John L. Diedrich.
Young Snowy Egrets With Saffron In Plumage. 196.
Frederick V. Hebard.
A Bittern Pumps" from a Perch In a Tree". 196.
Aretas A. Saunders.
Snowy Egrets In Iowa. 196.
Jack W. Musgrove.
The Eastern Glossy Ibis In Delaware. 196-197.
John H. Buckalew.
An Abnormality In a Canada Goose. 197.
Edward L. Kozicky.
Hybrid of Snow and Canada Goose. 197.
Alfred M. Bailey.
Observations on Greater Snow Geese In the Delaware Bay Area. 197-198.
George P. Spinner.
Notes on the Sexual Behavior of the Baldpate. 198-199.
Jessie Hambleton.
The American Pintail In the Province of Quebec. 199.
Abb.
European Teal In Coastal South Carolina. 199.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
Breeding of the Shoveler In New Brunswick. 199-200.
G. F. Boyer.
Greater Scaup Eating Frogs. 200.
William H. Longley.
Recent Records of the Ring-Necked Duck. 200.
Paul F. Springer.
Rallus Philippensis on Mindoro, Philippine Islands. 200-201.
Kenneth C. Parkes.
Southernmost Nesting of the Florida Gallinule In the United States. 201-202.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
The Southernmost Nesting of the Killdeer. 202.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
Long-Billed Curlew Breeding In Colorado. 202.
William B. Davis.
Status of the Upland Plover In Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. 202-204.
Herbert H. Beck.
Flock of Northern Phalaropes At Daytona Beach, Florida. 204.
R. J. Longstreet.
Glaucous Gull In South Carolina. 204.
Alexander Sprunt, Iv.
Puddling"--A Method of Feeding By Herring Gulls". 204-205.
J. C. Medcof.
Black-Headed Gull In Florida. 205-206.
Allan D. Cruickshank.
Sooty Tern and Northern Horned Lark In South Carolina. 206.
H. L. Harllee.
Winter Record of Ivory Gulls, St. Jean Port Joli, Quebec. 206.
Rev. Ren.
Status of Roseate Tern As a Breeding Species In Southern United States. 206-207.
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.
Wilson's Warbler In Maryland In Late December. 207-208.
Chandler S. Robbins.
The Guianan Meadowlark In Surinam, Dutch Guiana. 208.
Fr. Haverschmidt.
Grackle Competition For Dogwood Fruit. 208.
John V. Dennis.
A New Goldfinch from Persia. 208-209.
Walter Koelz.
A New Rose-Finch from Afghanistan. 209.
Walter Koelz.
Lark Sparrow Nesting In Southeastern Ohio. 209-210.
H. T. Gier.
White-Winged Junco Killed By Clark's Nutcracker. 210.
Helen D. Maccracken.
Pallas's Reise."". 210-211.
W. L. Mcatee.
Relation of the Desert Ironwood Tree To Nesting. 211-212.
Edmund C. Jaeger.
Probability" In Subspecific Determinations: Some Comments". 212-213.
Charles H. Blake.
Papuan Dialect Names of New Guinea Birds. 214.
Harry M. Smith.
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