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The Spoonbill, Vol. 43, No. 10, October 1994 - Image 5. October 1994. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 12, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/115/show/109.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 43, No. 10, October 1994
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  • Mueller Boyce, Judith
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date October 1994
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  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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Repository Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries
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Transcript Newsnriei s BRAZORIA REFUGE UPDATE: The Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge will be open to the public as always 7a.m. to 5p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, the first "full" weekend of each month from November through May. In addition, the refuge will be open 7a.m. to Noon on the third Saturday of each month from November through April. In November, the refuge will be open Saturday and Sunday the 19th and 20th from 7a.m. to 5p.m. This is in addition to the first "full" weekend opening. As usual, the gate may be open occasionally on weekdays, 8a.m. to 4p.m., when refuge crews are working there. Check with the refuge office (409) 849-6062. \ Changes are starting to appear on the auto route. Parking areas, passing zones, new trails, interpretive signs, observation platforms and possible changes in the tour route itself are underway or planned. New marked trails are planned for San Bernard refuge as well. The Friends of Brazoria will try to keep a supply of their new Auto Tour Rouge Guide and updated bird checklist on hand at the sign-in desk. The Friends of Brazoria Wildlife Refuges has played a large role in initiating these changes. Al Clarke, Friends of Brazoria and Brazosport Birders SPOONBILL DEADLINE FOR NOVEMBER HAS BEEN CHANGED: To avoid mailing The Spoonbill during Thanksgiving week, I will need your contributions no later than November 12. possible; please give your suggestions to David Bradford (855-2615). Also, Mary Pat Haddican (ONC Membership) is resigning at the end of this year, and we need a new person to take her place. Preferably, this will be someone who will be available to train with Mary Pat for a month or two, and will be able to give approximately 10 hours/month to this important job. Please give suggestions to David Bradford. Peggy Boston (528-0259) has a pile of yearbooks for those who never received one and whose dues are current. David Veselka told us about the youth field trips and reminded us that a handout with the schedule is available. Bob Schultz is still collecting aluminum for recycling; please bring your aluminum to the meetings. Bob Honig gave a short slide program on the May 1995 OG excursion to Trinidad which he and Maggie Honig are coordinating. There are only a few spaces left, so if you would like to go, please call Dottie Praus ASAP (621-5481, at Meteor Travel). She is taking care of the travel reservations. Page Williams circulated a petition against a proposed golf course at Bastrop State Park. Also, Sandi Hoover reminded everyone to write to Mayor Bob Lanier about the trails in Memorial Park. Lanier has received lots of letters from the bikers but not very many from those who would like to give the trails a rest! Steve Bennett introduced Pete Mclaughlin, who, using his own photographs, presented a fine program on the birds of Chilean Patagonia. Maggie Honig, Secretary YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Bring your shovels, gloves and strong backs to Houston Audubon's next scheduled Work Day at High Island's Boy Scout Woods on December 3rd. The fun begins at 8a.m. and lunch is provided. . MINUTES OF OCTOBER 3RD OG MEETING: For the learning Comer, Karen Beekman presented Part III of her Fall Shorebirds discussion. Chairman David Bradford opened the meeting and asked for books (or buying suggestions) for the library. He noted that Gail Luckner is moving to New Jersey, and therefore cannot complete her term as Vice-Chairman. Bob Luckner has agreed to assume the position. This change was opened for discussion, and the motion for Bob's approval was made and seconded. We will vote on this at the November OG meeting. David asked for suggestions for what to do with the old computer. We would like to move it as soon as . BEGINNING BIRDING CLASSES for the late winter, spring and early summer 1995 will be conducted as a joint venture by the Houston Audubon Society and Don Richardson. Classes are limited to 12 participants. They are learning field trips, packed with identificatioin, technique, discussion about birding materials and lots of personal experience to build confidence. The cost is $125 per person. There are four series (five classes each) scheduled. Call Don Richardson for dates and to sign up. Phone/Fax: (713) 661-1365. BIRD THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY WITH ARMAND BAYOU NATURE CENTER, January 10- 15, 1995. Join leaders George Regmund and Paula Kennedy at Sabal Palm Grove Sanctuary, Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge, Bentsen-Rio Grande State Park and Falcon Dam State Recreation Area where some of the finest bird watching in the U.S. can be enjoyed. Call (713) 474-2551 for more information. The Spoonbill, October 1994 Page 5