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The Spoonbill, Vol. 32, No. 12, December 1983 - Image 7. December 1983. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 24, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/1010/show/1008.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 32, No. 12, December 1983
Alternative Title The Spoonbill, Vol. XXXII, No. 12, December 1983
Contributor (LCNAF)
  • Robison, B. C.
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date December 1983
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  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
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Original Item Location ID 2007-023, Box 11, Folder 16
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Transcript Cuckoo, Yellow-billed: LB Trinity River Bottoms (1)11,J. Good notes (Bird flew like it had a physical problem, which could help explain its presence.) Roadrunner: MO Porter (1)23, GC Owl, Screech: WA (1)11,T; HA (1) Oct. 29,T Owl, Great Horned: CO Attwater (1)11,T Owl, Burrowing: CO Attwater (2)WS, almost daily since Nov. 1st Woodpecker, Golden-fronted: VI S. Victoria, (1)21,W Woodpecker, Red-cockaded: MO Jones Forest (1)6,ES & (4)12,GC Woodpecker, Pileated: MO (7)GC; LB Trinity Bottom (6)11,J Sapsucker, Yellow-bellied: VI Victoria (3) 27,W; CO Columbus (1-2) since Oct.25, JD Woodpecker, Downy: VI Victoria (1)27,W; MO Jones Forest (2)12, GC Flycatcher, Scissor-tailed: WA Sharp Rd. ext(l)l,MH & (1)11,T Flycatcher, Acadian: MO Jones Forest (1) GC. See Notes. Flycatcher, Empidonax Sp.: (Probable Acadians) MO Jones Forest (2)6,ES. Any Empidonax after October is a rare find. Flycatcher, Vermilion: CO Attwater (1)6, WS. See Notes. Swallow, Tree: MO Lake Conroe (15)12,GC Nuthatch, Brown-headed: HA nr Silsbee (10) Oct. 29, T; MO Jones Forest (3)12, GC Creeper, Brown: MO Jones Forest (1)12,GC Wren, House: WA(1)5,W, 11,T, (5)11,JM; JA Lake Texana St Pk (7)27,W Wren, Winter: MA (1)25,E; MO Porter (1) 26, GC Wren, Bewick's: MA (1)25,E Wren, Short-billed Marsh: CO Attwater (6)19,R Catbird, Gray: CO Attwater (1)19,R; MO Jones Forest (1)12,GC Robin, American: CO Columbus (flock) 21, JD; WA (60)11,T Thrush, Wood: HA nr Silsbee (l)Oct.29, T Thrush, Hermit: CO Columbus (1) from Oct.27, JD & Attwater (1)11,T; MO Jones Forest (5)12,GC Bluebird, Eastern: VI Victoria City Park (3)27,W; MO Jones Forest (14)12,GC; LB Trinity Bottom (20)11,J Gnatcatcher, Blue-gray: JA Lake Texana St Pk(30)27,W, several other sightings (1-13) Kinglet, Golden-crowned: VI Victoria City Pk (1)27,W; MO Jones Forest (2)12,GC Kinglet, Ruby-crowned: JA Lake Texana St Pk (150+)27,W. I never before saw so many at once in a small patch of woods in Texas in 35+ years of birding. Pipit, Water: CO Attwater (200)11,T, several other sightings (1-25) Pipit, Sprague's: CO Attwater (30)19,R Vireo, White-eyed: MO Jones Forest area (7)12,GC Vireo, Solitary: CO Columbus (1)15,JD; VI Victoria City Pk & JA Lake Texana St Pk (1)27,W; MO Jones Forest (1)12,GC Warbler, Orange-crowned: CO Columbus (10) 15,JD, several other sightings (1-3) Warbler, Nashville: MO Jones Forest (3) 12,GC Warbler, Black-throated Green: VI Victoria City Pk (1)27,W (late) Warbler, Yellow-throated: MO Jones Forest (1)6,ES. Warbler, Pine: MO Jones Forest (3)6,ES Yellowthroat, Common: WA, Hebert Rd.(1) J.1.T, (2)JM; MO Lake Conroe (2)12,GC Warbler, Wilson's: VI Victoria City Pk (1)27,W; MO Jones Forest (1)12,GC Bunting, Indigo: WA east (1)1,MH, 11,T & JM; MO Porter (1)27,GC Goldfinch, American: CO Columbus (1)28, JD; VI Victoria City Pk (25)27,W; MO Porter (1)27,GC Towhee, Rufous-sided: WA (1) & CO Attwater (1)11,T Sparrow, Grasshopper: WA Sharp Rd. ext (1)11,T. Good Notes. Sparrow, LeConte's: CO Attwater (1)13,WS Sparrow, Vesper: WA (8)11,JM & T; CO Attwater (50)19,R; MO nr Lake Conroe (2)12,GC Sparrow, Lark: WA (3)5,W & (1)11,T Sparrow, Bachman's: HA nr Silsbee (2) Oct. 29,T. See Notes. Junco, Slate-colored: WA east (2)11,JM_T Sparrow, Chipping: CO Attwater (10)11,T; JA Lake Texana St Pk (6)27,W Sparrow, Field: CO Columbus (1)15,JD; Attwater (5)19,R; WA (2)JM & (8)11,T Sparrow, White-crowned: CO Attwater (2) 19,R, (5)11,T; WA (8)JM & (4)11,T Sparrow, Lincoln's: WA (10) 11,JM & T; MO Jones Forest (1)12,GC Sparrow, Swamp: WA east (5)11,JM Sparrow, Song: WA (2)11,T Other commonly made observations in The Outer Circle were: Double-crested and Olivaceous Cormorant, Great Blue Heron, Cattle, Great and Snowy Egrets, Turkey Vulture, Red-tailed and Marsh Hawks, American Kestrel, American Coot, Killdeer, Laughing, Herring and Ring-billed Gulls, and Mourning Dove, Rock Dove, Belted Kingfisher, Common Flicker, Red-bellied Woodpecker, Eastern Phoebe, Common Crow, Carolina Chickadee, Tufted Titmouse, Blue Jay, Carolina Wren, Mockingbird, Brown Thrasher, Loggerhead Shrike, starling, House Sparrow, Eastern Meadowlard, Red- winged Blackbird, Brewer's Blackbird, Great-tailed Grackle, Brown-headed Cowbird, Common Grackle, Cardinal, Yellow- rumped Warbler, Savannah Sparrow and White-throated Sparrow. NOTES: WHOOPING CRANE: Wayne Shifflett reports that two radio-tagged second-year birds flew over the Attwater Refuge on Oct. 31. They were being tracked all the way from Saskatchewan by two biologists. The birds rested on a farm pond near Dallas on Oct. 30 prior to making their overnight stop about one-half mile east of the refuge. This observation was the first authenticated record of the Whooping Crane this far east of its expected flight path. Acadian Flycatcher: Gary Clark reports a very greenish Empidonax flycatcher seen in Jones Forest and carefully studied ■with binocs in good light at 50 feet. The bird seen was at a place where the Acadian Flycatcher nested this summer.