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The Spoonbill, Vol. 38, No. 11, November 1989 - Image 6. November 1989. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 20, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/1045/show/1040.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 38, No. 11, November 1989
Alternative Title The Spoonbill, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 11, November 1989
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  • Price, Libby
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date November 1989
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  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
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Transcript CtCMW \rltUr*4t - OCTOBER, 1989 October Editors: Rene and Andrew Franks For the month of October, reports vere received from all counties on the UTC, but none for Waller County. A total of 26 reports from 22 observers noted 1571 sightings and 207 species. This was a month for making UTC history. A brand nev species was spotted: a female Ringed Kingfisher at Brazos Bend State Park. Three species vith vagrant status vere reported. A Lesser Black-backed Gull vas seen at San Luis Pass in the third veek of the month, one week before the previous early sighting. A Glossy Ibis at Anahuac NWR vould be the only sighting for October. Lastly, do not miss the notes on a possible Allen's Hummingbird at Smith Oaks in High Island, as it must have been quite a sight. Furthermore, several birds with very rare status vere reported, but notes are not included here due to space considerations. Jim Morgan and Ted Eubanks provided some interesting notes on raptor movements on 10/07/89. At 2:00 p.m. a cold front passed through Bolivar Peninsula, bearing many migrant raptors such as Kestrels, Merlins, Peregrines, accipiters and Harriers. Sightings continued until dark. They also noted a flock of 1___ Lesser Golden Plovers on the same day. Because many species are in transit in October, it is a good month to compare the late and early dates from this report vith the listed frequencies from our nev checklist. You vill see that the checklist is remarkably accurate in predicting vhen species vill actually arrive and depart, or that most birds politely refrain from shoving up vhen not expected. The Clearing House is a monthly record of bird sightings made on the upper Texas Coast. Hov to interpret the data: SPECIES Bird Name DATES early/late TOTAL reports/individuals BRAZ CHAM FBEND GALV HARR JEFF rpts/individuals listed by cou OR county-location()f )date,obse Notevorthy signtlngs {very rare on , or under 1i ned date), capita and capitalize vill be underlined (vagrant or no previous sighting on date) previous sighting on the UTC). Birds vith very rare, vagrant or no stat the checklist at the date of the sighting require notes. Hovever, due to considerations, only the notes on sightings which affect the checklist consistently be published. Notes on very rare at date of sighting n published at the editor's discretion if space allovs. All reports are su to reviev by the Checklist Committee before acceptance. WALL nty rver lized d (no us on space vill ay be bject SPECIES Grebe, Pied-bill Pelican, Amer Wht Pelican, Brovn Corm, Dbl-crested Corm, Olivaceous cormorant, sp. Anhinga Frigatebird. Magn. Bittern, Least Heron, Great Blue Egret, Great Egret, Snovy Heron, Little Blu Heron, Tricolored Egret, Reddish Egret, Cattle Heron, Grn-backed Nt-Heron, Blk-crn Nt-Heron, Yel-crn Ibis, White IBIS, GLOSSY Ibis, White-faced Spoonbill, Roseat Stork, Wood Whsl-Duck, Fulvs Whsl-Duck, Blk-bd DATES TOTAL FBEND GALV 1-29 13/118 1/3 3/7 4/34 5/74 — -- 1-29 11/2245 1/100 3/345 — 5/1575 -- 2/225 7-23 4/18 1/8 — -- 2/7 1/3 -- 7-29 10/367 1/8 2/33 1/40 3/265 1/4 2/17 1-22 10/391 — 3/23 -- 3/67 1/45 3/256 11-11 1/12 1/12 __ 14-28 5/164 — — 5/164 6-7 2/12 c- (5)6,UF; G-(7)7, EM 25-26 1/1 F- BB(1)26,TPF 1-31 22/175 1/3 5/36 3/9 6/107 5/13 2/7 1-29 23/1076 1/8 5/172 3/10 6/106 5/36 3/744 1-29 18/1281 1/3 5/246 2/8 5/119 2/43 3/862 1-28 12/32 — 1/4 3/6 6/14 — 2/8 1-28 17/99 1/3 4/12 3/9 6/67 1/1 2/7 1-18 9/92 1/5 1/10 — 6/76 — 1/1 1-29 20/4989 1/15 5/1005 3/574 5/235 2/1225 4/1935 — 1-29 8/21 -- — 2/3 2/3 1/1 3/14 7-28 4/32 1/2 — 1/6 -- -- 2/24 1-28 11/28 — 1/1 4/16 3/5 2/4 1/2 1-29 19/1239 1/50 5/100 3/113 5/256 1/15 4/705 15-15 1/1 C- AW(1)15,DF 1-28 13/440 1/20 3/55 2/58 2/70 2/152 3/85 1-29 10/130 1/12 3/14 -- 6/104 — __ 1-22 4/41 -- 2/22 1/1 1/18 — __ 1-26 2/14 C- (1)1,UB; F-BB(13)26,RU 14-29 4/117 — -- 3/87 -- 1/30 — SPECIES Goose, Gr wht-frn Goose, Snov Goose, Canada Duck, Wood Teal, Green-vlng Duck, Mottled Mallard Pintail, Northern Teal, Blue-winged Shoveler, Northrn Gadwall Wigeon, American Duck, Ring-necked Scaup, Lesser Duck, Ruddy vulture. Black Vulture, Turkey Osprey Kite, Blk-shouldr Kite. Mississippi Harrier, Northern Hawk, Sharp-shin Hawk, Cooper's acciplter, sp. Hawk, Red-shouldr Hawk, Broad-wingd Hawk, Swainson's Hawk, Red-tailed Caracara, Crested Kestrel, American Merlin Falcon, Peregrine Bobwhite, Northrn Rail, Clapper Gallinule, Purple Moorhen, Common Coot, American Crane. Sandhi11 Plover, Blk-belll Golden-Plover, Ls Plover, Snowy Plover, Wilson's Plover, Semipalm Plover, Piping Killdeer Oystercatcher, Am Stilt, Black-neck Avocet, American Yellowlegs, Great Yellowlegs, Less Sandppr, Solitary Willet Sandppr, Spotted Curlew, Long-bill Godwit, Marbled Turnstone, Ruddy Knot, Red Sanderling Sandppr, Western Sandppr, Least Sandppr, Pectoral Dunlin Sandppr, Stilt Dowitcher, S-bill Dowitcher, L-blll dowitcher, sp. Snipe, Common Gull, Laughing Gull, Franklin's Gull, Ring-billed Gull, Herring GULL, LSR BLK-BCK DATES TOTAL BRAZ CHAM FBEND GALV 7-29 18-29 29-29 14-22 14-16 1-29 14-14 1-29 1-29 1-22 7-28 7-28 14-28 14-29 16-16 1-31 1-29 1-18 1-29 1-1 1-29 7-18 1-29 7-8 1-28 7-18 18-18 8-31 22-29 1-31 1-18 7-7 1-22 1-7 1-22 1-29 6-29 8-28 1-29 7-14 6-23 7-14 1-29 6-23 1-31 1-29 1-29 1-16 1-29 1-18 7-8 1-29 1-18 6-29 1-29 1-29 7-23 1-29 1-29 1-29 14-18 7-26 1-14 6-29 6-29 1-18 7-29 1-29 8-18 1-29 6-18 21-21 10/715 4/525 1/10 3/9 2/76 14/506 1/2 9/2898 15/970 7/51 7/155 8/763 4/81 2/3 4 2/5 8/15 17/208 9/13 9/24 1/3 17/128 6/14 7/11 2/7 11/25 3/4 1/3 15/56 3/5 26/349 7/12 2/7 2/19 5/21 4/35 12/273 13/974 2/156 14/1314 2/17 7/76 2/9 9/485 6/293 22/316 5/22 7/177 5/267 14/150 13/309 2/3 13/835 5/8 1/18 2/180 1/100 2/65 1/100 H-WHC(10)29,AG F-BB(l)14,OGl; F-BB(6)22 B-(75)16,UP; J-(1)14,EM 1/30 3/60 2/51 5/301 J-(2)14,EM 1/55 2/203 1/350 3/29 3/292 2/160 1/15 1/310 PG; J-(2)14,EM 2/24 1/40 3/2400 2/210 3/315 6/216 1/12 1/150 1/2 2/34 4/105 3/51 4/37 4/109 3/508 1/30 H-WHC(30)29,AG; J-(4)14 B-(2)16,UP; G-(3)16,UP 3/8 1/4 4/75 1/1 2/4 1/1 3/3 C-(3)1,UB 1/6 4/38 1/1 2/3 1/2 4/78 2/3 1/1 2/6 3/5 1/14 4/20 2/10 1/3 1/5 1/30 1/50 2/12 4/5 5/43 1/2 2/2 1/1 2/2 2/4 3/32 3/4 3/29 2/2 1/1 1/8 G-(1)18,UE; J-(1)18,UE; C-(3)18,UE 1/2 3/5 4/12 1/1 H-WHCI2)29,AG; H-WHC(1)28 1/10 6/90 4/20 6/124 3/6 J-(2)7,EM H-WHC(17)22,RU 3/10 2/4 4/90 3/16 4/266 3/121 F-(150)28,DLR; H-I6I8.CPJ 1/8 4/49 -- 7/1195 G-(15)7,EM; G-(2)14,EM 1/3 — — 5/72 G-(1)7,EM; G-(8)14,EM 1/15 1/1 — 7/469 G-(5)7,EM; C-(2)1,UB; 2/11 2/31 4/117 1/450 3/107 4/4 -(2)7,EM 5/35 1/1 ,CJ; H-WHC(2)22,RU 6/68 3/37 4/6 1/50 1/15 1/2 4/112 1/4 3/34 1/6 1/3 1/18 9/150 8/344 6/370 1/18 7/158 12/1993 1/100 14/8079 1/350 14/802 1/20 3/32 3/93 G-(1)7,EM; 1/15 4/31 1/1 1/20 5/291 3/44 7/125 4/18 4/143 4/261 6/100 7/170 J-(2)8,UBC 6/756 4/7 2/62 1/1 2/9 2/6 1/25 1/3 2/21 2/27 1/1 1/3 2/35 3/131 3/126 3/5 B-(1)16,UP; 9/313 1/20 1/2 2/14 C-(10)14,EM; 8/1167 1/45 1/40 7/629 -- 3/528 3/401 — 1/300 10/83 — 4/50 1 15/15951 1/300 4/190 1 2/5 C-(1)8,CPJ; J 13/285 1/15 3/14 6/63 1/5 1/1 G-SL(l)21,OGl 4/88 6/317 4/351 5/154 7/1655 — 7/7476 2/22 7/605 (3)14,EM 2/21 1/8 (1)18,UE 1/1 2/203 1/100 2/43 1/1 4/188 1/2 G-(4)1,UB 4/1056 1/18 3/100 2/101 1/5 1/3 2/10 1/1 6/10860 — (4)18,UE 6/162 4/57 1/2 1/100 1/8 1/1 2/15 3/4600 2/92 1/1