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The Auk, Volume 91, Number 4 (1974)

4 (October)


The Near-Shore Avifauna of the Middle American West Coast. 681-699.
Joseph R. Jehl, Jr.
Rediscovery of Aulacorhynchus Prasinus Dimidiatus (Ridgway). 700-704.
John P. O'Neill, Alfred L. Gardner.
Factors Influencing Prey Selection in the American Kestrel. 705-721.
Helmut C. Mueller.
Rain, Feeding Behavior, and Clutch Size in Tropical Birds. 722-726.
M. S. Foster.
Status of the Peregrine Falcon in the Rocky Mountains in 1973. 727-736.
James H. Enderson, Jerry Craig.
Winter Diets, Gut Lengths, and Interspecific Competition in Alaskan Ptarmigan. 737-746.
Robert Moss.
Some Vocalizations of the Black, Yellow, and Virginia Rails. 747-756.
George B. Reynard.
Populations and Energetics of Taiga Birds Near Fairbanks, Alaska. 757-775.
George C. West, Barbara B. Dewolfe.
Syntopic Culvert Nesting of Cave and Barn Swallows in Texas. 776-782.
Robert F. Martin.
Behavior of a Radio-Tagged Saw-Whet Owl. 783-795.
James E. Forbes, Dwain W. Warner.
Mechanisms of Avian Egg Recognition: Possible Learned and Innate Factors. 796-807.
Stephen I. Rothstein.
Breeding Red-Winged Blackbirds in Captivity. 808-816.
Carl J. Knos, Allen R. Stickley, Jr.
Charge to the Committee on the Scientific and Educational Use of Wild Birds. 817.
George E. Watson.
Reviews. 850-871.
Periodical Literature. 872-897.
Obituaries. 898-900.
Notes and News. 900.
Index to Volume 91. 901-927.

General Notes

Everglade Kites Feed on Nonsnail Prey. 818-820.
Paul W. Sykes, Jr., Herbert W. Kale Ii.
Two New Southern Migrants for Brazil. 820.
William Belton.
A Pleistocene Gyrfalcon. 820-821.
Danny Walker.
Emigrations of Northern Shrikes 1959-1970. 821-825.
David E. Davis.
Bald Eagle Preys Upon Arctic Loon. 825-827.
David F. Hatler.
Success of Two Feeding Methods of the Black-Legged Kittiwake. 827-829.
Edward H. Burtt, Jr.
Three More Cases of White-Crowned Sparrows Parasitized by Brown-Headed Cowbirds. 829-830.
Norman Lavers.
Homing Experiments With Audubon's Shearwaters. 830-832.
Jeremy J. Hatch.
The Skylark in Washington. 832-835.
A. R. Weisbrod, W. Frederick Stevens.
Human Incursion and Nesting Sites of the Belted Kingfisher. 835-836.
Michael J. Hamas.
Red-Bellied Woodpecker Predation on Nestling Carolina Chickadees. 836.
Richard N. Conner.
Joint Leap-Frog" Feeding by Ardeids". 836-837.
Jochen H. Wiese, Robert L. Crawford.
White-Throated Sparrow Nesting Again in Downtown Buffalo, New York. 837-839.
Robert F. Andrle.
First Clay-Colored Robin Collected in the United States. 839-840.
Ralph R. Moldenhauer.
First Shrike-Like Cotinga Record for Peru. 840.
Asa C. Thoresen.
Rabbit Destruction of Tern Eggs. 840-841.
William Y. Brown.
An Albinistic Elepaio From Hawaii. 841.
Charles Van Riper Iii.
Notes on the Behavioral Ecology of Couch's Mexican Jay. 841-843.
J. David Ligon, Sandra L. Husar.
Mobbing Red-Winged Blackbirds Force American Kestrel Into Water. 843-844.
Dwight G. Smith, Daniel H. Holland.
Black-Browed Albatrosses on Fresh Water. 844-845.
Edmund W. Stiles.
Gull-Billed Tern in Caribbean South America. 845.
Paul K. Donahue.
White Hawk Preying on the Great Tinamou. 845-846.
Donald W. Lamm.
Seabird Mortality in a Storm. 846-849.
William Threlfall, Eldon Eveleigh, John Ernest Maunder.
Turkey Vultures Thermal Soaring Into Opaque Clouds. 849.
Donald S. Heintzelman, Robert Macclay.
Record Confirmed of Bahama Woodstar in Florida. 849.
Howard P. Langridge, Paul W. Sykes, Jr.
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