Literature

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
J. Wood, C1909Pine Siskins and Winter Bobolinks
Vickers, EW1909Redpolls Once More (Acanthis linaria)
Barrington, RM1910Invasion of Crossbills
Willard, FC1910Nesting of the Western Evening Grosbeak (Hesperiphona vespertina montana)
Beresford, DRPack1911Mealy Redpoll in Co. Carlow
E. Elliott, E1911Evening Grosbeak (Hesperiphona vespertina) at Lyons, N. Y.
D., Jr., J1911Review: Grinnell on 'The Linnet of the Hawaiian Islands'
Grinnell, J1912Concerning the Hawaiian Linnet
Pennock, CJ1912Crossbills (Loxia curvirostra minor) in Chester Co., Pa., in Summer
Phillips, JC1912The Hawaiian Linnet, Carpodacus Mutans Grinnell
Bryan, WAlanson1912The Introduction and Acclimatization of the Yellow Canary on Midway Island
Brown, NClifford1912Many Purple Finches at Portland, Maine, in February
Grinnell, J1912A Name for the Hawaiian Linnet
Grinnell, J1913Leucosticte tephrocotis dawsoni: A New Race of Rosy Finch from the Sierra Nevada
Patten, CJ1913Iceland Gull in July and Mealy Redpoll on Inishtrahull
Fogg, EH1913Evening Grosbeaks (Hesperiphona vespertina vespertina) at Manchester, N. H.
J. Wood, C1913The Food of Nestling Goldfinches
Benson, CW1914Hawfinch at Balbriggan
Lehrs, P191439. Description of a new Lizard from the Canary Islands*
Atherton, EH1914Evening Grosbeak (Hesperiphona vespertina vespertina) at Boston, Mass
Bannerman, DA1914An Ornithological Expedition to the Eastern Canary Islands.–Part II.
Hayward, WJ, Stephens, TC1914The Pine Siskin Breeding in Iowa
S., W1914Review: Bannerman on the Ornithology of the Canary Islands
Williams, RW1914The White-Winged Crossbill (Loxia leucoptera) in the District of Columbia
Gabrielson, IN1915Large Numbers of Pine Siskins in May
Ticehurst, CB1915A Note on Loxia pytyopsittacus Bark
Carroll, CJ1916The Crossbill in Co. Tipperary
Kane, WFDe V1916The Crossbill and Its Diet
Moffat, CB1916The Crossbill and Its Diet
Moffat, CB1916The Crossbill and Its Diet
Lincoln, FC1916The Discovery of the Nest and Eggs of Leucosticte Australis
Jewett, SG1916Nesting of the Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra minor) in Crook Co., Oregon
Moffat, CB1917Food of the Crossbill
Gengler, J1917Der Formenkreis Fringilla coelebs L
Bryan, WAlanson1917Description of Telespiza ultima from Nihoa Island
Tischler, F1917Die Kleider des Fichtenkreuzschnabels ( Loxia curvirostra )
Scoville, Jr., S1917The Evening Grosbeak (Hesperiphona vespertina vespertina) in Southern New Jersey and Pennsylvania
Grinnell, J1917The Subspecies of Hesperiphona vespertina
Norton, AH1918The Evening Grosbeak (Hesperiphona vespertina) in Maine, with Remarks on Its Distribution
Brewster, W1918Nesting of the Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra minor) in Essex County, Massachusetts
Dice, LR1918Notes on the Nesting of the Redpoll
Bannerman, DA1919XVI.–List of the Birds of the Canary Islands, with detailed reference to the Migratory Species and the Accidental Visitors. Part II. TURDIDæ–HIRUNDINIDTæ.
BANNERMAK, DAVIDA1919XXIV.–List of the Birds of the Canary Islands, with detailed reference to the Migratory Species and the Accidental Visitors. Part III. PICIDJK–SULIUJE.
BANNBRMAN, DAVIDA1919XXXII.–List of the Birds of the Canary Islands, with detailed reference to the Migratory Species and the Accidental Visitors. Part IV. ANATIDæ–LAMDæ.
Stendall, JASidney, R. Praeger, L1919The Two-Barred Crossbill
1919Buchfink ( Fringilla coelebs )
1919Grünling ( Chloris chloris )
W. Miller, DW1919The Pine Grosbeak (Pinicola enucleator leucura) in Northwestern New Jersey
Bannerman, DA1919VI.–List of the Birds of the Canary Islands, with detailed reference to the Migratory Species and the Accidental Visitors. Part 1. CORVIDæ–SYLVIIDVæ
Foster, NH1920Migration of Goldfinch, Lesser Redpoll and Lapwing

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