The Auk

On the Finding of the Bones of the Great Auk (Plautus impennis) in Florida - 1902

Observations on Fossil Birds Described from the Miocene of Maryland - 1926

A Record of the Ruffed Grouse from the Pleistocene of Maryland - 1927

An unknown loon from the Miocene fossil beds of Maryland - 1941

A second specimen of the fossil guillemot, Miocepphus - 1943

The Occurrence of Feather Impressions in the Miocene Deposits of Maryland - 1943

Pleistocene birds from Eichelberger Cave - 1956

Great Auk remains from a Florida shell midden - 1958

Great Auk and Common Murre from a Florida Midden - 1960

Notes on fossil tinamous - 1961

A Giant Flightless Bird from the Pleistocene of Florida - 1963

The fossil avifauna of Itchtucknee River, Florida - 1963

A new Cretaceous charadriiform family - 1972

Pleistocene birds from the Valley of Mexico - 1973

Pinguinus and Alle Validated as Generic Names for Great Auk and Dovekie Respectively - 1974

An Attempt to Determine the Prey of the Great Auk (Pinguinus impennis) - 1979

First record of the Great Auk (Pinguinus impennis) from Labrador - 1982

Evidence of a Boreal Avifauna in Middle Tennessee during the Late Pleistocene - 1982

An early condor-like vulture from North America - 1988

Avian premaxilla and tarsometatarsus from the uppermost Cretaceous of Montana - 1995

A new trogon from the Middle Oligocene of CĂ©reste, France - 1999

Phylogeny of eaerly Tertiary swifts and hummingbirds (Aves: Apodiformes) - 2003

A tiny barbet-like bird from the Lower Oligocene of Germany: the smallest species and earliest substantial fossil record of the Pici (woodpeckers and allies) - 2005

A Large Fruit Pigeon (Columbidae) from the Early Miocene of New Zealand - 2009

A galloanserine quadrate from the Late Cretaceous Lance Formation of Wyoming - 2011