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MDDC bibliography - reports_records_by year v05 `Citations.db`Include all records where PUB is in the list 'AR','AT','BK','CL','DR','IN','MC','NP'
Maryland Ornithological SocietyMaryland / District of Columbia Records CommitteeBibliography of Published Maryland and DC Rarity Records and Reports
(excludes sightings compiled in quarterly seasonal reports in Maryland Birdlife, Audubon Naturalist, or the American Birds-series)
sorted by year19-May-2010
Publication abbreviations:
AB
American Birds 
AFN
Audubon Field Notes 
AN
Audubon Naturalist 
FN
Field Notes 
MB
Maryland Birdlife 
MYT
Maryland Yellowthroat 
NAB
North American Birds 
WT
Wood Thrush 
 
YEARAUTHORTITLECITATIONPUBLISHER1842
. Curator.
Meeting: September 12, 1842 - donations for the cabinet from Andrew Fueson.
Bull Proc Nat Inst Prom Sci 1842:251. The National Institute for the Promotion of Science.
1842
. Curator.
Meeting: September 12, 1842 - donations for the cabinet from J Varden.
Bull Proc Nat Inst Prom Sci 1842:251. The National Institute for the Promotion of Science.
1842
. Curator.
Meeting: September 12, 1842 - donations for the cabinet from Master Bender.
Bull Proc Nat Inst Prom Sci 1842:251. The National Institute for the Promotion of Science.
1842
. Vice Chair.
Meeting: January 10, 1842 - donations for the cabinet from Martin Johnson.
Bull Proc Nat Inst Prom Sci 1842:134. The National Institute for the Promotion of Science.
1843
. Recording Secretary.
Meeting: November 13, 1843 - donations for the cabinet from George Washington Custis.
Bull Proc Nat Inst Prom Sci 1843:319. The National Institute for the Promotion of Scien
1861
. Haley, William D. (ed).
Philp's Washington described, a complete view of the American Capital and the District of Columbia.
p. 27. Rudd & Carleton. New York.
1862
. Coues, Elliot, and D. Webster Prentiss.
List of birds ascertained to inhabit the District of Columbia, etc.
Smithsonian Annual Report for 1861:399-421. Smithsonian Institution.
1864
. Coues, Elliot.
A critical review of the family Procellaride:-Part II; embracing the Puffineae
Proc. Academy of Natural Sciences of Phila., 1864:138. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.
1878
. Ridgway, Robert.
Eastward range of Chondestes grammaca.
Nuttall Orinithology Club Bulletin 3:43-44.
1882
. Ridgway, Robert.
Birds new or rare to the District of Columbia.
Nuttall Ornithological Club Bulletin 7:253.
1883
. Coues, Elliot, and D. Webster Prentiss.
Avifauna Columbiana: being a list of birds ascertained to inhabit the District of Columbia.
USNM Bulletin 32(26):100.
1885
. Beckham, C.W.
A White-winged Junco in Maryland.
Auk 2(3):306.
1885
. Palmer, T.S.
Natural history notes: A Shearwater on the Potomac.
The Pastime 3(8):8.
1886
. Henshaw, H.W.
Occurrence of Chondestes grammacus about Washington, D.C.
Auk 3(4):487.
1886
. Smith, Hugh M.
Birds new to the District of Columbia.
Auk 3(1):140.
1887
. Sportsman (anon.).
A stray pelican.
Forest and Stream 28(16):345.
1888
. Smith, Hugh M., and William Palmer.
Additions to the avifauna of Washington and vicinity.
Auk 5(2):147-148.
1889
. Batchelder, C.F.
Minor ornithological publications.
Auk 6(2):174-184.
1890
. Ridgway, Robert.
Junco hyemalis shufeldti in Maryland.
Auk 7(3):289.
1891
. Richmond, Charles W.
Barrow's Golden-eye (Glaucionetta islandica) near Washington, D.C.
Auk 8(1):112.
1893
. Hasbrouck, E.M.
Rare Birds of Washington, D.C.
Auk 10(1):91-92.
1894
. Fisher, William H.
Maryland birds that interest the sportsman.
Oologist 11(3):94-97.
1895
. Kirkwood, Frank C.
A list of the birds of Maryland.
TMAS 2:255. Maryland Academy of Sciences.
1896
. Fisher, William H.
Wild Pigeon and Dove.
Nidologist 3(12):139.
1896
. Palmer, William.
The Scissor-tailed Flycatcher in Virginia and Maryand.
Auk 13(1):83.
1897
. Bartsch, Paul.
Uria lomvia, an addition to the Avifauna Columbiana.
Auk 14(3):312-313.
1897
. Bartsch, Paul.
A few notes on the Avifauana Columbiana.
Auk 14(3):326.
1897
. Figgins, J.D.
Bachman's Sparrow in Maryland.
Auk 14(2):219.
1897
. Palmer, William.
The Wood Ibis in Virginia and Maryland.
Auk 14(2):208-209.
1897
. Palmer, William.
An addition to North American Petrels.
Auk 14(3):297-299.
1897
. Palmer, William.
Bachman's Sparrow in Virginia.
Auk 14(3):322.
1900
. Kirkwood, Frank C.
The occurrance of the Egyptian Goose in North America.
Auk 17(1):64-65.
1900
. editor.
Abstract of the proceedings of the Delaware Valley Ornithological Club of Philadelphia for the year 1900.
Abstr Proc DVOC 4:6. Delaware Valley Ornithological Club of Philadelphia.
1901
. Ridgway, Robert.
Species account: Junco Montanus_in_The Birds of North and Middle America. Part 1
Bull USNM 50 Pt 1: 290. Smithsonian Institution - United States National Museum
1902
. Maynard, Lucy Warner.
Birds of Washington and vicinity, rev. ed.
BWV:181. Woodward and Lothrop.
1904
. Chapman, Frank M.
The Pine Grosbeak at Washington, D.C.
Bird-Lore 6(1):17.
1904
. Eifrig, G.
Birds of Allegany and Garrett Counties, Western Maryland.
Auk 21(2):234-250.
1906
. Houghton, C.O.
The Masked Duck in Maryland.
Auk 23(3):335.
1908
. Cooke, Wells Woodbridge.
Bird migration in the District of Columbia.
Proc Bio Soc Wash 11:116. Biological Society of Washington.
1908
. Kirkwood, Frank C.
Chestnut-collared Longspur (Calcarius ortatus) in Maryland.
Auk 25(1):84.
1912
. Wright, Albert Hazen.
Early records of the Carolina Paroquet.
Auk 29(3):343-363.
1914
. Cooke, Wells Woodbridge.
The migration of North American Sparrows.
Bird-Lore 16(3):176-178.
1917
. Oberholser, Harry C.
A cooperative bird census at Washington, D.C.
Wilson Bulletin 29(1):18-29.
1918
. McAtee, W.L.
Early bird records for the vicinity of Washington, D.C.
Auk 35(1):85.
1918
. McAtee, W.L.
A sketch of the natural history of the District of Columbia: Birds.
Bull Bio Soc Wash 1:46-52. Biological Society of Washington.
1918
. Oberholser, Harry C.
Washington Region_in_The Season (VIII - 4/15-6/15/1918).
Bird-Lore 20(4):303-305.
1919
. Swales, B.H.
A former record of he Heath Hen (Tympanuchus cupido) at Washington, D.C.
Proc Bio Soc Wash 32:198. Biological Society of Washington.
1920
. Swales, B.H.
Records of several rare birds from near Washington, D.C.
Proc Bio Soc Wash 33:181-182. Biological Society of Washington.
1921
. Cooke, May Thacher.
Birds of the Washington region.
Proc Bio Soc Wash 34:11. Biological Society of Washington.
1925
. Wetmore, Alexander.
Wilson's Petrel in Maryland.
Auk 42(2):262-263.
1926
. Bent, Arthur Cleveland.
Life Histories of North American marsh birds.
USNM Bulletin 135:325. United States Government Printing Office.
1926
. Wetmore, Alexander.
The migrations of birds.
p. 92. Harvard Univ. PressPage 2
 
YEARAUTHORTITLECITATIONPUBLISHER1927
. Wetmore, Alexander.
Records from the coast of Maryland.
Auk 44(2):256-257.
1929
. Cooke, May Thacher.
Birds of the Washington, D.C. region.
Proc Bio Soc Wash 42:15. Biological Society of Washington.
1930
. Kirkwood, Frank C.
A Raven in Baltimore County, Maryland.
Auk 47(2):255.
1930
. Oberholser, Harry C.
The Season: Washington (D.C.) Region.
Bird-Lore 32(4):279.
1931
. Ball, W. Howard, and Edward J. Court.
The American Magpie (Pica pica hudsonia) at Point Lookout, Maryland.
Auk 48(4):604.
1931
. Ball, W. Howard.
Leach's Petrel (Oceanodroma leucorhoa) in the District of Columbia.
Auk 48(1):106.
1931
. Palmer, T.S.
Audubon's Shearwater in the United States.
Auk 48(2):198-206.
1932
. Ball, W. Howard.
Notes from the Washington, D. C. region.
Auk 49(3):362.
1932
. Bent, Arthur Cleveland.
Life Histories of North American gallinaceous birds.
USNM Bulletin 162:262. United States Government Printing Office.
1932
. Burns, Frank L.
Charles W. and Titan R. Peale and the Ornithology Section of the Old Philadelphia Museum.
Wilson Bulletin 44(1):23-35.
1932
. Lincoln, Frederick C.
Status of the Arkansas Kingbird in Maryland.
Auk 49(1):88-90.
1933
. Murphy, Robert Cusham, and William Vogt.
The Dovekie influx of 1932.
Auk 50(3):325-349.
1934
. Lincoln, Frederick C.
An influx of Leach's Petrels.
Auk 51(1):74-75.
1936
. Brooks, Maurice.
Notes on the land birds of Garrett County, Maryland.
Natural History Society of MD Bull. 7(2-3):6-14.
1937
. Bent, Arthur Cleveland.
Life Histories of North American birds of prey, Order Facconiformes (Part I).
USNM Bulletin 167:52-53. United States Government Printing Office.
1938
. Brooks, Maurice.
Bachman's Sparrow in the north-central portion of its range.
Wilson Bulletin 50(2):86-109.
1939
. Hampe, Irving E., H. Seibert, and H Kolb.
Purple Gallinule in Maryland.
Auk 56(4):475.
1939
. Wetmore, Alexander.
Arkansas Kingbird in Maryland.
Auk 56(1):86.
1943
. Deignan, H.G.
Some early bird-records for Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Proc Bio Soc Wash 56:69. Biological Society of Washington.
1943
. Deignan, H.G.
Occurence of the Hudsonian Godwit in the District of Columbia.
Proc Bio Soc Wash 56:70. Biological Society of Washington.
1943
. Kolb, Haven, and Gorman Bond
Unusual records for eastern Maryland.
Auk 60(3):451.
1943
. Meanley, Brooke.
Red-cockaded Woodpecker breeding in Maryland.
Auk 60(1):105.
1943
. Stewart, Robert E., and Brooke Meanley.
Bachman's Sparrow in Maryland.
Auk 60(4):605-606.
1944
. Wetmore, Alexander.
Records of Sharp-tailed Sparrows from Maryland and Virginia in the National Museum.
Auk 61(1):132-133.
1947
. Brackbill, Hervey.
Escaped American Magpie in Baltimore.
MB 3(5):83.
1947
. Davis. Edwin G.
Trips of the month.
WT 2(2):53.
1947
. Hampe, Irving E., and Haven Kolb.
Preliminary list of the birds of Maryland and the District of Columbia.
PLBMD-DC: 18. The Natural History Society of Washington.
1947
. McCormick-Goodhart, L.
Pine Grosbeak at Langley Park.
WT 2(8):42.
1947
. Stewart, Robert E.
Special Articles: The distribution of Maryland birds.
MB 3(5):71-73.
1947
. Stewart, Robert E., and Chandler S. Robbins.
Recent observations on Maryland birds.
Auk 64(2):266-274.
1948
. Buckalew, John H.
Ruff in Maryland.
WT 4(1):22.
1948
. Packard, Fred M.
Rare birds at the airport.
AN 4(1):21.
1948
. Springer, Paul F., and Robert E. Stewart.
Twelfth breeding-bird census: apple orchards.
AFN 2(6):227-229.
1949
. Donnelly, Thomas.
Piping Plover and Golden Plover seen at National Airport.
AN 5(2):73..
1949
. Meanley, Brooke.
Bachman's Sparrow at College Park, Maryland.
AN 5(2):73.
1950
. Buckalew, John H.
Records from the Del-Mar-Va Peninsula.
Auk 67(2):250-252.
1950
. Cross, F.C.
Washington's changing birdlife.
AN 5(5):213-219.
1950
. Davis. Edwin G.
European Teal at airport.
AN 5(3):124.
1950
. Webster, Clark G.
Ocean City & Blackwater, Feb 18-19, 1950.
MB 6(2):35.
1950
. Webster, Clark G.
European Teal in Maryland.
MB 6(3):37.
1951
. Buckalew, John H.
First winter record of the Bachman's Sparrow in Maryland.
MB 7(2-5):40.
1951
. Davis. Edwin G.
Bird Notes: European Widgeon [sic] at Roaches Run.
AN 6(4):175.
1951
. Hoyler, Mabel J.
Escaped American Magpie at Frederick.
MB 7(1):24.
1951
. Stewart, Robert E.
Bird Notes: Kittiwake seen on Assateague Island.
AN 6(4):175.
1952
. Johnson, J. Enoch.
Black Skimmer in Washington, DC.
AN 8(2):90.
1952
. Low, Seth H.
Summary of Maryland Christmas Bird Counts (1950-1951).
MB 8(1):3-9.
1952
. Stewart, Robert E., et al.
Seasonal distribution of bird populations at the Patuxent Research Refuge.
American Midland Naturalist 47(2):257-363.
1952
. Willis, Edwin.
Summary of Maryland nest records, 1951.
MB 8(4-5):35-43.
1953
. Kerr, Richard.
Purple Gallinule at Seneca, Maryland [a].
AN 9(1):35.
1953
. Kerr, Richard.
Purple Gallinule at Seneca, Maryland [b].
AN 9(2):91.
1953
. Richards, John W.
Some records new to Frederick County.
MB 9(1-3):3-4.
1954
. Richards, John W.
Rufous Hummingbird seen at Emmitsburg.
MB 10(2-3):36-37.
1954
. Worthley, Jean Reese.
Bewick's Wrens wintering at Owings Mills, Baltimore County.
MB 10(4):48.
1955
. Cole, Richard D.
Two wintering orioles believed to be Bullock's.
MB 11(4):49-50.Page 3

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