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The BLUE JAY Journal


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Published quarterly, Blue Jay is our renowned journal of conservation and nature, celebrating more than 50 years of publication.

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MARCH 2000 (Volume 58 No. 1)

Birds
58th Annual Saskatchewan Christmas Bird Count - 1999. Wayne C. Harris
Bird Sightings in Northern Saskatchewan, August 1986. F. J. Hartley Fredeen
Alcohol Intoxication Contributing to Mortality in Bohemian Waxwings and a Pine Grosbeak. L. J. Stephen and W. J. Walley
Golden Eagle Unsuccessfully Attacks Pronghorn Fawn. Greg Wagner

Mammals
Saskatchewan Christmas Mammal Count - 1999. Wayne C. Harris
Cougar, Lynx and Deer Observations from Manitoba and British Columbia by H. M. Laing. Introduction by Robert W. Nero

Notes and Letters
House Sparrow - An Unexpected Ally. Marten Stoffel
Goshawk Nabs Redpoll. Sue Brooks
Wood Duck Nest on the ground southwest of Kyle. Sig Jordheim

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Editors: Anna and Ted Leighton, 328 Saskatchewan Crescent West, Saskatoon, SK S7M 0A4 Canada

Editorial Information: Blue Jay welcomes all submissions, hand-written or typed, polished or in need of editorial assistance. All items for publication should be addressed to the editrs. Deadlines for text for each issue are two months prior to issue, i.e. 1 January, 1 April, 1 July, and 1 October. Deadlines for photographs are a month later. Please include author's telephone number or e-mail address for editorial contact, if necessary. Manuscripts should be submitted in duplicate. Manuscripts also may be submitted in electonic form, eith on 3.5 inch diskettes, or by e-mail (WordPerfect, Word of ASCII text format) to Editors. Send images separately.

Common names are used for species where possible. Bird names follow the 7th edition of the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list (1998) and any subsequent supplements. Mammals are from Banfield's The Mammals of Canada (1974). Fish names are from the American Fisheries Society Special Publication #20 (1991). Since insect, amphibian, reptile, and plant names are not standardized, scientific names are included.

Photographs are preferred as prints, but slides are acceptable (we recommend that you make a print or a slide copy for your records before sending the original). Nature Saskatchewan cannot guarantee that photographic submissions will be returned. Colour slides for future cover use are especially solicited.

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