Condor, Journal of the Cooper Ornithological Club

The Cooper Ornithological Club was founded in 1893 and operated until 2016.

Condor, Journal of the Cooper Ornithological Club, founded in 1898 and published at Berkeley, California.














  • 1904. Mailliard, Joseph A Few Records Supplementary to Grinnell's Check List of California Birds The Condor 6(1):14-16, January-February 1904















  • 1908. Linton, C. B. Otocoris alpestris insularis on the Mainland Coast The Condor 10(4):181, 1908




















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[original in SCIF archives; stapled separate]



  • 1915. Mailliard, Joseph Supposed New Records for Santa Cruz Island The Condor 17:5 (203-204) September-October 1915
1915: “Through the courtesy of our distinguished fellow-member, Mr. Joseph Mailliard, and his friend, Mr. Arturo Caire, one of the present owners of Santa Cruz Island, I was permitted to spend nearly three weeks, viz. April 3rd to 22nd, with my son William, on this enchanted spot…”








The Condor 21: 102-107; 165-171; 177-181; 217-222, 1919
[original series in SCIF archives reprinted as one separate]


The Condor 22: 3-10; 55-60; 95-101, 1920
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[original and reprint in SCIF archives]


  • 1924. Mailliard, Joseph Autobiography of Joseph Mailliard The Condor 26(1):10-29, January-February 1924



[reprint in SCIF archives]






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[spiral bound copy in SCIF archives]





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[original in SCIF archives]


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[original in SCIF archives; 1931-1932 bound volume]]


[original in SCIF archives; second copy 1931-1932 bound volume]


[original in SCIF archives; 1931-1932 bound volume]


[original in SCIF archives; 1931-1932 bound volume]








  • 1941. Nokes, Irwin D. Notes and News. Southern Division. The Condor 43:208, July 1941
“George Willett told of his recent trip to the coastal islands. He spent eight days on San Clemente Island, experiencing bad weather. Birds noted were: 200 Ravens, Rock Wrens, Bewick Wrens and Horned Larks. On the west end of Santa Catalina Island he saw the island form of Allen Hummingbird and two flocks of Black Brant numbering 20 and 30 each. On March 17, on Anacapa Island he found the Brown Pelican with young, and saw Rock Wrens, Bewick Wrens, Golden-crowned Sparrows, Barn Swallows, and White-throated Swifts, but no Cliff Swallows.”



[original separate in SCIF archives]



[original in SCIF archives]




[original in SCIF archives]


[original in SCIF archives]


  • 1952. Pemberton, J. R. Vaux swift on Santa Rosa Island The Condor 54(1):62, January-February 1952



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[original in SCIF archives]


  • 1976. D. M. Power Avifauna richness on the California Channel Islands The Condor 78:394-398, 1976



  • 1993. Pitelka, Frank Alois Academic Family Tree for Loye and Alden Miller The Condor 95(4):1065-1067 July-August 1993.