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The Carolina Bird Club, Inc., is a non-profit educational and scientific association open to anyone interested in the study and conservation of wildlife, particularly birds.

The Club meets each winter, spring, and fall at different locations in the Carolinas. Meeting sites are selected to give participants an opportunity to see many different kinds of birds. Guided field trips and informative programs are combined for an exciting weekend of meeting with people who share an enthusiasm and concern for birds.

The Club offers research grants in avian biology for undergraduate and graduate students, and scholarships for young birders.

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The Chat Volume 39 Number 3 (Summer 1975)

Front Matter

Cover of The Chat Volume 39 Number 3 (Summer 1975)Cover: The Worm-eating Warbler was photographed by David Lee, who recently joined the staff of the North Carolina Museum of Natural History. For more information on warblers, see the major paper by Harry E. LeGrand Jr. To learn more about Dave Lee, read CBC Roundtable. This issue also features two new drawings by John Henry Dick and a photo by Edward Burroughs.


Table of Contents

Articles

Distribution and Abundance of the Wood Warblers in North Carolina During the Spring, Nesting, and Fall Seasons Harry E. LeGrand, Jr. pp 45–54

Reviews

Book Review p 55

General Field Notes

An Inland South Carolina Record for the White-winged Scoter Harmon P. Weeks, Jr. pp 56–57

Peregrine Falcon Harasses Red-tailed Hawk Roger L. Boyer pp 57

Sandhill Crane and Albino Owl in Charleston County, S.C. Jere Duncan Eggleston pp 57–58

The Nesting Season Status of the Blue-winged Warbler in the Carolinas Harry E. LeGrand, Jr. pp 58–59

A Blue-winged Warbler Seen in Summer Near Fontana Village, N.C. Eloise F. Potter p 59

Comments on the Field Identification of Sharp-tailed Sparrows E. Burnham Chamberlain pp 59–60

Briefs for the Files

Winter 1974–1975 Robert P. Teulings pp 60–64

CBC Roundtable

...with Louis C. Fink pp 64–65

Back Matter

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