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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.

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The Chat Volume 54 Number 4 (Fall 1990)

Front Matter

Cover of The Chat Volume 54 Number 4 (Fall 1990)Cover: Shiny Cowbird near Aurora, N. C. The relatively flat forehead, thin bill, and dark head are visible. The lighter colored wings represent a very dark glossy blue-green color. Photo by S. Cooper, See note starting on page 82.

(The cover of this issue is incorrectly labeled Number 3)


Table of Contents

Articles

Bird Sightings in the Carolinas Associated with Hurricane Hugo Harry E. LeGrand, Jr pp 73–78

General Field Notes

Breeding Evidence of the Mourning Warbler in the Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina Georgann Schmalz, Norma and Bill Siebenheller and Douglas B. McNair pp 79–80

Nest Reuse in Blue Jays Bill Duyck and Douglas B. McNair pp 81–82

North Carolina's First Shiny Cowbird (Molothrus bonariensis) Samuel Cooper pp 82–85

Destruction of a Pine Warbler Brood by an Adult Cowbird Jeffrey C. Beane and Stanley L. Alford pp 85–87

Briefs for the Files

Fall 1989 Harry E. LeGrand, Jr. pp 88–97

Index

Index to Volume 54 pp 98–104

Back Matter

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