Western Birds

Vol. 24, No. 2June 1993

Western Field Ornithologists

Front Matter

Back Matter


Western Birds 45(4) Front Cover


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Main Articles

Distribution, Migration, Ecology, and Relationships of the Five-striped Sparrow, Aimophila Quinquestriata
Allan R. Phillips, Roberto Phillips Farfan

North American Migrant Birds on Clipperton Atoll. 73-80.
Steve N. G. Howell, Peter Pyle, Larry B. Spear, Robert L. Pitman

Nesting Biology of the California Black Rail in Southwestern Arizona. 81-88.
Ronald E. Flores, William R. Eddleman

Noteworthy Observations from Northeastern Baja California. 89-94.
Michael A. Patten, Kurt Radamaker, Thomas E. Wurster


A Little Bunting Reaches California. 95-97.
Guy Mccaskie

Northeastern Extension of the Breeding Range of the Arctic Loon in Northwestern Alaska. 98-100.
Hector Douglas, Kristine Sowl

Vulnerability of Prey Stimulates Attacks by Jays and Shrikes on Adult Birds. 101-102.
Carla Cicero

Mountain Chickadees Nest in Desert Riparian Forest. 103-104.
Stephen J. Myers

Eurasian X American Wigeons in Western Oregon. 105-107.
Kathy Merrifield

A Markham's Storm-Petrel in the Northeastern Pacific. 108-110.
Peter Pyle

Observations of Dark-rumped Petrels off Oregon and California. 110-112.
Peter Pyle, Larry B. Spear, David G. Ainley


Cover photo by © Rick & Nora Bowers of Tucson, Arizona: Five- striped Sparrow (Airnophila quinquestriata), California Gulch, Arizona, July 1989.