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The Chat Volume 41 Number 3 (Summer 1977)

Front Matter

Cover of The Chat Volume 41 Number 3 (Summer 1977)Cover: An adult Pileated Woodpecker approaches an obviously active nest in a dead live oak at Fairlawn Plantation, Charleston County, S.C. The photograph is copyrighted by Walter Dawn of Woodside, New York.


Table of Contents

Editorials

Editorials pp 57–58

Articles

Status of Snow Buntings Wintering in the Southeast Micou M. Browne pp 59–66

Mid-winter Bird Count at the South Carolina State Parks Harry E. LeGrand, Jr. pp 66–67

CBC Roundtable

...with Louis C. Fink pp 67–68

General Field Notes

Autumn Record of a Sandhill Crane from Macon County, N.C. Marcus B. Simpson, Jr. p 69

A Wintering Pectoral Sandpiper in Northwestern South Carolina Harry E. LeGrand, Jr. p 70

Probable Rufous Hummingbird at Raleigh, N.C. Robert J. Hader and Tom Howard pp 70–71

Brown-headed Cowbird Behavior Gail T. Whitehurst p 71

Western Birds in the Sandhills of North Carolina J.H. Carter III p 72

High Elevation Nesting of the Indigo Bunting Near Mt. Pisgah, N.C. Marcus B. Simpson, Jr. p 72

Sharp-tailed Sparrow at Highlands, N.C. John C. Horn p 73

Briefs for the Files

Winter 1976–1977 Harry E. LeGrand, Jr. pp 74–77

In Memorium

In Memoriam—Frederick Hamilton May p 77

Back Matter

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