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|This issue of The Condor dates from 1899, when it was called the Bulletin of the Cooper Ornithological Club.|
— OF THE —
Cooper Ornithological Club
A Bi-monthly Exponent of Californian Ornithology
Vol. I No. 3. $1.00 a Year.
Santa Clara, Cal., May-June, 1899.
- Summer Resident Warblers of Arizona
- Spring Notes on the Birds of Santa Cruz Island, Cal., April 1898
- A Successful Day with the Duck Hawks
- Winter Birds of Shanghai
- Is the Unlimited Collecting of Birds in Breeding Season Justified?
- Breeding Habits of Least Tern in Los Angeles County, California
- Capture of a Rabbit by a Golden Eagle
- Echoes From the Field
- The Old-Squaw and Fulvous Tree Ducks at Alviso, Cal.
- A Record for Los Angeles County, Cal.
- Unusual Lining of a Red Bellied Hawk's Nest and Sonoma County Notes
- Eastern Junco and White-throated Sparrow in California
- Notes from Alameda, Cal.
- Peculiar Eggs of California Shrike and Other Notes
- Notes from Marin and San Benito Counties, Cal.
- An Account of the Taking of Four Sets of the Eggs of the Ivory Gull
- General News Notes
- Editorial Notes
- Band-tailed Pigeon Nesting in Santa Clara County, Cal.
- Official Minutes of Southern Division
- Official Minutes of Northern Division
- Publications Received
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