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Pacific Coast Avifauna

Pacific Coast Avifauna is a monograph series that was published by the former COS from 1900-1974. A total of 36 volumes were published during that period. This series was superceded by Studies in Avian Biology. Volumes are available as free downloads from the Searchable Ornithological Research Archive.

  1. Grinnell, J. 1900. Birds of the Kotzebue Sound Region, Alaska.
  2. McGregor, R.C. 1901. A List of the Land Birds of Santa Cruz County, California.
  3. Grinnell, J. 1902. Check-List of California Birds.
  4. 4. Swarth, H.S. 1904. Birds of the Huachuca Mountains Arizona.
  5. Grinnell, J. 1909. A Bibliography of California Ornithology.
  6. Kaeding, H. B. 1909. Index To The Bulletin To The Cooper Ornithological Club, Volume I - 1899, And Its Continuation The Condor Volumes II-X 1900-1908
  7. Willet, G. 1912. Birds of the Pacific Slope of Southern California.
  8. Grinnell, J. 1912. A Systematic List of the Birds of California.
  9. Tyler, J.G. 1913. Some Birds of the Fresno District, California.
  10. Swarth, H.S. 1914. A Distributional List of the Birds of Arizona.
  11. Grinnell, J. 1915. A Distributional List of the Birds of California.
  12. Howell, A.B. 1917. Birds of the Islands off the Coast of SouthernCalifornia.
  13. Pemberton, J.R. 1919. Second Ten Year Index to the Condor Volumes XI-XX 1909-918.
  14. Saunders, A.A. 1921. A Distributional List of the Birds of Montana with Notes on the Migration and Nesting of the Better Known Species.
  15. Bailey, F.M. 1923. Birds Recorded from the Santa Rita Mountains in Southern Arizona.
  16. Grinnell, J. 1924. Bibliography of California Ornithology Second Installment to End of 1923.
  17. Brooks, A., and H.S. Swarth. 1925. A Distributional List of the Birds of British Columbia.
  18. Grinnell, J., and M.W. Wythe. 1927. Directory to the Bird-Life of the San Francisco Bay Region.
  19. Jewett, S.G., and I.N. Gabrielson. 1929. Birds of the Portland Area, Oregon.
  20. Willett, G. 1931. Third Ten Year Index to the Condor Volumes XXI-XXX 1919-1928.
  21. Willett, G. 1933. A Revised List of the Birds of Southwestern California.
  22. Swarth, H.S. 1934. Birds of Nunivak Island Alaska.
  23. Lindale, J.M. 1936. The Birds of Nevada.
  24. Van Rossem, A.J. 1936. Birds of the Charleston Mountains, Nevada.
  25. Linsdale, J.M. 1937. The Natural History of Magpies.
  26. Grinnell, J. 1939. Bibliography of California Ornithology Third Installment to end of 1938.
  27. Grinnell, J., and A.H. Miller. 1944. The Distribution of the Birds of California.
  28. Robertson, J.McB. 1947. Fourth Ten Year Index to the Condor Volumes XXX-XL 1929-1938.
  29. Friedmann, H., L. Griscom, and R.T. Moore. 1950. Distributional Check-List of the Birds of Mexico Part I.
  30. 1951. Fifth Ten Year Index to the Condor.
  31. Skutch, A.F. 1954. Life Histories of Central American Birds.
  32. Marshall, Jr., J.T. 1957. Birds of Pine-Oak Woodland in Southern Arizona and Adjacent Mexico.
  33. 1957. Distributional Check-List of the Birds of Mexico Part II.
  34. Skutch, A.F. 1960. Life Histories of Central American Birds II.
  35. Skutch, A.F. 1969. Life Histories of Central American Birds III.
  36. 1970. Sixth Ten Year Index to the Condor.
  37. Maher, W.J. 1974. Ecology of Pomarine, Parasitic, and Long-Tailed Jaegers in Northern Alaska.

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