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The Chat Volume 61 Number 4 (Fall 1997)

Front Matter

Cover of The Chat Volume 61 Number 4 (Fall 1997)Cover: Red-tailed Hawk feathers Jimmy Wood

Table of Contents

Articles

Survey and Census of Colonial Nesting Seabirds in South Carolina. Philip M. Wilkinson pp 233–259

1996 Report of the North Carolina Bird Records Committee. Harry E. LeGrand, Jr., Chairman pp 260–264

General Field Notes

Cayenne Tern at Cape Hatteras, N.C. Stephen J. Dinsmore and Todd Hass. pp 265–266

Second Confirmed Record of an Ash-throated Flycatcher for North Carolina. Robert P. Holmes and Stephen J. Dinsmore pp 266–268

Northern Harriers Nesting in Carteret County, N.C. Stephen J. Dinsmore and Steven G. Williams pp 268–271

First Documented Record of a Swainson's Hawk in North Carolina. Eric Dean and Stephen J. Dinsmore pp 272–274

Townsend's Warbler on the Coast of North Carolina. Roger D. McNeill and Harry E. LeGrand, Jr. pp 274–275

White-winged Tern in North Carolina. Michael Mathieson and Harry E. LeGrand, Jr. pp 276–277

Briefs for the Files

Spring 1997 Ricky Davis pp 278–292

Index

Index to Volume 61

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