The Kingbird - Archive of NYSOA's Quarterly Journal
Volume 62 (2012) added 2/6/15
Since January 2010, NYSOA has made back issues of its quarterly journal, The Kingbird, available
online for research and educational purposes. This searchable
archive contains all but the most recent 2-3 years' issues. If you find this archive useful and would like to receive
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Currently the following issues of The Kingbird are available for browsing &
searching: Volumes 1-62 (1950-2012) - a total of 248 regular issues plus the History of the First Fifty Years, a supplement published in 1998.
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Browse Complete Back Issues & 10-year Indices, 1950-2012
The menus below contain links for the
issues that are currently in the database. To search the
online database for specific keywords, use the search form below these
complete issue files are fairly large, up to 8MB in size.
Keyword/Text Search of past issues, 1950-2012
Use this search application as you would any of the popular online search
engines. Simply type the word(s) or phrases you wish to search for and
click the Search button. To search for a phrase, enclose it in quotation
marks (e.g. "eastern kingbird"). Below the field where you
enter the keywords, you see "Match" any or all.
Here you can specify whether the search should consider only documents
containing all the words you typed, or those containing any of
the words you typed.
To find a specific regional report, enter the following in the search field (enclosed in quotes):
"region n season yyyy" Example: "region 5 summer 1982"