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Notes on the Summer Avifauna of Bird Island, Texas, and Vicinity

Alvin R. Cahn
The Condor
Vol. 24, No. 5 (Sep. - Oct., 1922), pp. 169-180
DOI: 10.2307/1362403
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    Singley, J. A. List of Birds Observed at Corpus Christi and on the Lower Rio Grande. Geol. Surv. Texas, 4th Ann. Rept., 1891, pp. 364-375.
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    Hancock, J. L. Notes and Observations on the Ornithology of Corpus Christi and Vicinity, Texas. Bull. Ridgway Orn. Club, no. 2, 1887, pp. 11-23.
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    Pearson, T. G. Notes on the Bird-life of Southeastern Texas. Auk, xxxviii, Oct., 1921, pp. 513-523, pls. XVI-XVII.
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    Strecker, J. K., Jr. The Birds of Texas. Baylor Univ. Bull., Jan., 1912, pp. 1-69.
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    Cahn, A. R. Summer Birds in the Vicinity of Lake Caddo, Harrison County, Tex- as. Wilson Bull., XXXIII, Dec., 1921, pp. 165-176.
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    Cahn, A. R. Notes on the Brown Pelican (in press, Natural History, American Museum).
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    Pemberton, J. R. Reddish Egrets of Cameron County, Texas. Condor, XXIV, Jan., 1922, pp. 3-12, figs. 1-9.
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    Arthur, S. C. The Feeding Habits of the Black Skimmer. Auk, xxxviii, Oct., 1921, pp. 566-574, pls. xx-xxi.