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Wilson bull v42 44

12 Wilson Bulletin Bound 1930-2 Field Ornithology Birds Midwest South Dakota


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The Wilson Bulletin A Magazine of Field Ornithology Vol. XII 1930, Vol. XLIII 1931, Vol. XLIV 1932 Publication Information: Published quarterly in March, June, Sept. Dec. as the official organ of and by the Wilson Ornithological Club at Sioux City, Iowa Additional Information: 12 issues. I have more bound volumes of this publication. Issues are numbered consecutively per year: 312 pages, 334 pages, and 256 pages. Some illustrations (couple in color) which consist of photo, graphs, drawings and charts. All front and back covers were removed and then bound in the very back of the volume. Summary: • THE OLD ORNITHOLOGY AND THE NEW By Althea R. Sherman • THE NESTING WRENS OF BROOKE COUNTY. WEST VIRGINIA By George Miksch Sutton • THE FALL MIGRATIONN OF MOURNING DOVES By William Brewster Taber, Jr. • NESTING OF THE WHITE-WINGED JUNCO IN THE BLACK HILLS OF SOUTH DAKOTA By W. H. Over and G. M. Clement • HABITS OF THE FLORIDA RED-SHOULDERED HAWK By Donald J. Nicholson • WATER BIRDS IN A DRY LAND By Walter E. Lewis • BIRD MIGRATION RECORDS IN NORTHWEST ARKANSAS By W. J. Baerg • EDITORIAL (IN MULTIPLE ISSUES) • GENERAL NOTES (IN MULTIPLE ISSUES) • PROCEEDINGS (IN MULTIPLE ISSUES) • THE CROWN SPARROWS (ZONOTRICHIA) OF THE MIDDLE WEST By Myron H. Swenk • STATUS OF GAMBEL’S SPARROW IN MICHIGAN By Josselyn Van Tyne • THE SEQUENCE OF THE MOLT By Lynds Jones • BREEDING OF THE LEAST TERN IN IOWA By William Youngworth • BREEDING OF THE LEAST TERN ON THE MISSISSIPI RIVER By Albert F. Ganier • COMMON TERNS NESTING NEAR TOLEDO, OHIO By Louis W. Campbell • A LETTER FROM ROBERT RIDGWAY By Frank L. Burns • CHIMNEY SWIFT BANDING OPERATIONS AT CHATTANOOGA By Wyman R. Green • SOME NEW BIRDS FOR OKLAHOMA FROM OKMULGEE AND TULSA COUNTIES By Edith R. Force and W. H. Koons RECENT BIRDS RECORDS FROM NORTHEASTERN COLORADO AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE IN CONNECTION WITH GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION By F. L. Fitzpatrick • ORNITHOLOGICAL LITERATURE (IN MULTIPLE ISSUES) • MEMBERSHIP ROLL (IN TWO ISSUES) • FRONTISPIECE By George Mikseh Sutton • NESTING OF THE SANDHILL CRANE IN FLORIDA By Ernest G. Holt • THE DECLINE OF THE JACKSNIPE IN W!SCONSIN By Aldo Leopold • FLUCTUATION OF BIRD LIFE WITH CHANCE IN WATER LEVEL By E. L. Moseley • THE ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF BIRDS AS INSECT PREDATORS By C. N. Ainslie • BIRDS OF THE YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK WITH SOME RECENT ADDITIONS By Emerson Kemsies • BIRD PHOTOGRAPHY • PROCEEDINGS • THE BARRO COLORDO LABORATORY AS A STATION FOR ORNLTHOLOGICAL RESEARCH By Josselyn Van Tyne • NOTES ON THE WILD TURKEY IN INDIANA By S. E. Perkins III • LARINE SUCCESSION ON LONE TREE ISLAND By C. G. Manuel • TERRITORIAL DISPUTES OF THREE PAIRS OF NESTING MARSH HAWKS By Paul L Errington • SEASONAL CHANGES IN A BIRD HABITAT IN TEXAS By G. Elfrig • NOTES ON THE BIRDS OF SOUTH CENTRAL KANSAS By F. M. Alexander • NOTES ON THE BIRDS OF CRANBERRY GLADES, POCAHONTAS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA By Maurice G. Brooks • BIRDS OF BUCHANAN COUNTY, IOWA By Fred J. Pierce • INDEX (IN THREE ISSUES) • NESTING OF THE DUCK HAWK IN TENNESSEE By Albert F. Ganier • A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE INFLUENCE OF LIGHT INTENSITY UPON THE TIME OF ENDING OF THE EVENING SONG OF THE ROBIN AND MOCKINGBIRD By Jesse M. Shaver and Miss Ruby Walker • THE SOARING OF RAPTORIAL BIRDS By R. H. Palmer • QUARTERING FLIGHT IN MIGRATION By E. C. Hoffman • CONTROL OF INSECTS BY BIRDS By W. L. McAtee • MIGRATION OF CANANDA GEESE FROM THE JACK MINER SANCTUARY AND BANDING OPERATIONS By Manly F. Miner • THE RIDGWAY MEMORIAL COMPLETED By Harry C. Oberholser • NOTES ON THE BREEDING BIRDS OF STATE COLLEGE, CENTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA By Thos. D. Burleigh • SURVIVAL AND REPRODUCTION IN A SONG SPARROW POPULATION DURING ONE SEASON By Margaret Morse Nice • NOTES ON THE SONG AND TERRITORIAL HABITS OF BULLOCK’S ORIOLE By Alden H. Miller • THE STATUS OF THE GOSHAWK IN PENNSYLVANIA By George Miksch Sutton • BIRDS OF SOUTHERN LOUISIANA By Alfred M. Bailey and Earl C. Wright • FRONTISPIECE Photograph by Olin S. Pettingill, Jr. • AN ANALYSIS OF A SERIES OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE COMMON TERN By Olin S. Pettingill, Jr. • ECOLOGICAL FACTORS IN MIGRATION By Ruskin S. Freer • PIONEERS IN ECONOMIC ORNITHOLOGY By Mrs. H. J. Taylor • BIRDS OF SOUTHERN LOUISIANA By Alfred M. Bailey and Earl G. Wright • THE STATUS, BREEDING RANGE, AND HABITS OF MARIAN’S MARSH WREN By H. E. Wheeler • THE AMERICAN EGRET AND THE LITTLE BLUE HERON IN OHIO DURING THE SUMMER OF 1930 By Lawrence E. Hicks • THE EFFECT OF POLE TRAPS ON HARMLESS AND BENEFICIAL SPECIES By H. M. Wight • WINTER FOOD OF OKLAHOMA QUAIL By Lois Gould Bird and R. D. Bird • NESTING OF THE BALD EAGLE By A. F. Ganier • THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON MIGRATION By John S. Main • A WINTER ROBIN ROOST IN ARKANSAS By J. D. Black • CURVATURE OF WING AND SOARING FLIGHT By William Brewster Taber, Jr. • CHARLES W. AND TITIAN R. PEALE AND THE ORNITHOLOGICAL SECTION OF THE OLD PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM By Frank L. BurnS • WINTER STARLING ROOSTS OF WASHINGTON By E. R. Kalmbach • CURVATURE OF WING AND FLAPPING FLIGHT By William Brewster Taber, Jr. • HARLAN’S HAWK By Norman A. Wood • SNAKES Vs. BIRDS: BIRDS Vs. SNAKES By J. E. Guthrie • A STUDY OF MERRIAM’S TEMPERATURE LAWS By S. Charles Kendeigh • LIFE ZONES, MODERN ECOLOGY, AND THE FAILURE OF TEMPERATURE SUMMING By Victor E. Shelford • SNOW AND GOSS, THE PIONEERS IN KANSAS ORNITHOLOGY By Mrs. H. J. Taylor • NOTES FROM CENTRAL IOWA By Philip A. DuMont • THE PHYSIOLOGY OF FEATHER PATTEIIN By Frank R. Lillie • STUDIES ON THE BEHAVIOR OF THE GREAT HORNED OWL By Paul L. Errington • THE SNOWY OWL INVASION OF OHIO IN 1930-1931 By Lawrence E. Hicks • THE CORMORANTS OF SOUTH DAKOTA By Arthur Lundquist • COMMUNICATIONS Condition: Hard cover, Ex-Lib-usual stamps/marks, card pocket inside back cover and remains of check-out sheet on fly; University name sticker inside front cover; covers show slight wear and light soiling; lining papers have some soiling, staining and light foxing; text is sound with hint of age discoloring on outer page edges; overall good plus copy. Shipping Handling/Payment: Bound Printed Matter with dc and insurance, 6.50 to 8.25, depending on zip, USA (not negotiable). (Periodicals and Magazines with advertising can not ship media mail according to USPS regulations). If insurance is not included in s h charges, it is extra and recommended as Seller is not responsible for uninsured items. F.O.B. Miller, SD. Next day shipping (except Sat.) with money orders. With checks (US only) item held 10-12 days (no exceptions). International s h will be quoted you must contact me before bidding – International payment by International money order in US dollars and drawn on a US Bank. Email will be sent after purchase, please acknowledge within three days and payment to be received within 10 days. SD residents add 6 1/2% sales tax. Multiple Purchases will be combined up to 15 pounds (Bound Printed Matter weight limit) to save on shipping handling charges. Thanks for looking. . Whatnots Books Etc (licensed used book store) 50,000 Books Magazines for Sale. Specializing in South Dakota Books. I Appreciate Your Business. To avoid any conflicts PLEASE be sure to READ all details about the item in the entire listing. If you have any questions in regards to the item please ask. No question is too trivial. Thank-You for checking out my item. Magazines Back Issues Natural Science Natural Science Birds

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