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Book Condition: Very Good
Nice set, all issues tightly bound. Some show soiling to front near spine, but later ones are clean as a whistle. 1946 Yearbook shows former owner's name written small at top front. The rest are without names. Mailing label on back of all. Photo illustrated in black and white. Yearbooks printed on coated paper.Magazine issues are as follows:1950 -- Jan. and April; 1951 -- July and Aug.;1952 -- April, July, Oct.;1953 --Jan., April, Oct.; 1954 -- April, July; 1955 -- April, July; 1956 -- Jan. July, Oct.;1957 -- April, July, Oct.;1958 -- Jan. April, July Oct. (full-run);1959 -- Feb. May, August-Nov. (total of three issues for 1959); and1960 -- Feb. and May.Topics are varied, but some highlights include the relation of wildlife management and songbirds, war and the birds of Guam, early Indiana Audubon Society history, winter bird feeding, the bald eagle, rare and semi-rare visitants in northern Indiana, attraction of birds to airport ceilometer beams, the blue-winged teal, an unusual nest of red-eyed Towhee, whooping cranes in Porter County 50 years previous, colonial nesting of the barn swallow, behavior of the English sparrow, the shorebird families, a huge pigeon roost, changes in common names of birds, the order Pelecanformes in Indiana; the spread of the starling in Indiana, notes on mating of sage grouse in Wyoming, the "sturdy art of Christmas bird counting", bird tragedy at the dunes, and notes on two young red-shouldered hawks.