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The Spoonbill, Vol. 43, No. 10, October 1994 - Image 7. October 1994. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 18, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/115/show/111.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 43, No. 10, October 1994
Contributor (Local)
  • 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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Transcript Clearing House September 1994 Editors: Phyllis and Tony Frank A total of 156 species were reported for the month. Glossy Ibis were reported again from Shoveler Pond. Readers are referred to the discussion of identification of Glossy Ibis included with the documentation. Early Sharp- tailed Sparrows were reported from Bolivar Flats. The season of Christmas counts is fast approaching. We hope to see you during the counts. If you've never participated in one, you'll be welcome at any of the area counts. Reports for next month are due by November 3rd, but early reports are welcomed. Readers are reminded that all decisions regarding checklist status are made by the checklist committe. Publication of a rarity does not imply acceptance of the record by the editors or the committee. The CH format remains the same this month The listing uses the following format: bird name, early late dates, reports/total and summary by county or detailed listing. The format of the county summary is as follows: county designation - number of reports/number of birds. The detailed listing format is as follows: county-(number of birds) day, observer code. Very rare birds are underlined. Birds with no previous record on date or vagrant status appear in bold. Birds new to the checklist are capitalized and underlined. Please remember to submit notes on all those good birds. And with all the reminders completed - on to the birds. Grebe, Pied-bill 4-26 Pelican, Amer Wht 4-26 Pelican, Brown 4-26 Corm, Dbl-crested 4-19 Corm, Dbl-crested 4-19 4/24 CH-1/1 GA-2/21 JE-1/2 4/374 CH-1/46 GA-3/328 5/169 CH-1/45 GA-4/124 3/5 CH-1/2 GA-2/3 3/5 CH-(2)18,WWF; GA-BF(2)4,JW; GA-BF(1)19,WB Corm, Neotropic 4-26 5/195 GA-3/174 JE-2/21 cormorant, sp. 14-14 1/14 GA-1/14 Anhinga 11-26 4/31 CH-3/27 JE-1/4 Frigatebird, Magn 12-26 4/25 CH-SP(14)12,WB; CH-(4)18,WWF; GA-(6)14,PM; GA-(1)26,PS Heron, Great Blue 4-26 8/38 U-1/12 CH-2/5 GA-3/15 JE-2/6 Egret, Great 2-26 11/225 U-1/25 CH-2/43 GA-3/51 HA-1/3 JE-4/103 Egret, Snowy 2-26 12/365 U-1/50 CH-1/5 GA-3/75 HA-2/7 JE-5/228 Heron, Little Blu 2-26 7/24 U-1/6 CH-2/12 GA-1/2 HA-1/1 JE-2/3 Heron, Tricolored 4-26 7/35 U-1/12 CH-2/5 GA-1/10 JE-3/8 Egret, Reddish Egret, Cattle Heron, Green Nt-Heron, Blk-crn Nt-Heron, Yel-crn Ibis, White Ibis, Glossy 4-26 4/77 U-1/2 GA-2/74 JE-1/1 4-26 9/1632 U-1/350 CH-2/514 GA-2/41 JE-4/727 2-16 6/12 CH-1/3 GA-1/4 HA-1/1 JE-3/4 4-26 2/2 U-(1)26,PS; JE-(1)4,JW 4-26 4/6 CH-1/1 GA-1/1 HA-1/1 JE-1/3 4-26 6/515 U-1/40 CH-2/180 JE-3/295 4-5 2/3 CH-AW(1)4,LL CO-APW(2)5,LL Ibis, White-faced 4-26 6/704 U-1/20 CH-2/316 GA-1/3 JE- 2/365 Spoonbill, Roseat 4-26 6/38 U-1/8 CH-1/1 GA-2/24 JE-2/5 Stork, Wood 12-18 2/21 CH-SP(18)12,WB; CH-(3)18,WWF Whsl-Duck, Fulvs 4-26 3/22 U-1/12 JE-2/10 Duck, Mottled 4-26 3/26 U-1/10 CH-1/15 JE-1/1 Teal, Blue-winged 4-26 3/46 U-1/30 CH-1/11 JE-1/5 Shoveler, Northrn 19-19 1/5 GA-BF(5)19,WB Duck, Masked 5-5 1/8 C0-APW(8)5,LL Vulture, Black 4-26 3/9 U-1/6 CH-2/3 VUlture, Turkey 4-26 6/55 U-1/15 CH-3/32 JE-2/8 Osprey 26-26 1/4 U-(4)26,PS Kite, White-taild 11-26 3/6 U-1/3 CH-1/2 JE-1/1 Kite, Mississippi 4-26 5/29 U-(6)26,PS; CH-SP(18)14,PM; CH-(3)18,WWF; HA-<1)4,PM; HA-(1)18,PM Harrier, Northern 14-26 4/16 U-(6)26,PS; CH-SP(1)14,PM; CH-(8)18,WWF; GA-BF(1)19,WB Hawk, Sharp-shin 14-26 3/19 U-(3)26,PS; CH-SP(1)14,PM; CH-(15)18,WWF Hawk, Cooper's 14-26 3/7 U-(3)26,PS; CH-SP(1)14,PM; CH-(3)18,WWF Hawk, Red-shouldr 14-18 3/4 CH-2/3 JE-1/1 Hawk, Broad-wingd 4-26 5/954 CH-(300)18,WWF; CH-SP<650)26,PS;GA-HI(1)4,JW; JE-SW(2)11,JW; JE-C1)16,JW Hawk, Swainson's 14-14 1/30 CH-SP(30)14,PM Caracara, Crested 12-12 1/1 CH-AW(1)12,WB Kestrel, American 10-26 6/23 U-(10)26,PS; CH-SP(1)14,PM; CH-(6)18,WWF; HA-(2)10,X; HA-(2)15,X; JE-(2)15,JW 4-26 4/13 U-1/2 GA-2/7 JE-1/4 2/43 CH-(3)4,JW; CH-AW(40)14,PM 6/255 U-1/25 CH-2/100 JE-3/130 2/3 CH-(2)18,WWF; GA-HI(1)4,JW 5/403 U-1/25 CH-1/5 GA-2/370 JE- Rail, Clapper Gallinule, Purple Moorhen, Conmon Coot, American Plover, Blk-belli Plover, Snowy 4-14 4-26 4-18 4-26 1/3 4-26 Plover, Wilson's Plover, Semipalm Plover, Piping 3/10 U*.1)26,PS-;'i_tf'BF<2>MU,«" GA-BF(7)19,WB 4-26 4/29 U-1/6 GA-3/23 4-26 4/617 U-(350)26,PS; GA-BF(200)4,JU; GA-BF(65)19,WB; JE-(2)11,JW 4-26 3/176 U-(50)26,PS; GA-BF(100)4,JW; GA-BF(26)19,WB 4-26 9/98 U-1/40 CH-2/9 GA-1/1 HA-2/3 JE-3/45 Oystercatcher, Am 4-26 3/92 U-1/15 GA-2/77 Stilt, Black-neck 4-26 9/313 U-1/12 CH-3/237 GA-2/33 JE- 3/31 4/393 U-1/150 CH-1/10 GA-2/233 7/47 U-1/6 CH-2/31 GA-2/5 JE-2/5 5/104 U-1/12 CH-2/70 GA-1/19 JE- Killdeer Avocet, American 4-26 Yellowlegs, Great 4-26 Yellowlegs, Less 4-26 1/5 Sandppr, Solitary 11-11 1/1 JE-(1)11,JW Willet 4-26 Whimbrel 4-4 Curlew, Long-bill 4-26 4-26 4-11 Godwit, Marbled Turnstone, Ruddy Knot, Red Sanderling 5/238 U-1/35 GA-3/181 JE-1/22 1/1 GA-YBR(1)4,JW 3/15 U-1/8 GA-2/7 3/207 U-1/30 GA-2/177 2/22 GA-BF(20)4,JW; JE-(2)11,JW 14-14 1/1 GA-(1)14,PM 4-26 4/702 U-1/100 GA-2/572 JE-1/30 Sandppr, Semipalm 26-26 1/12 U-(12)26,PS Sandppr, Western 4-26 6/2354 U-(1000)26,PS; CH-(1)4,JW; GA-(1000)4,JW; GA-BF(243)19,WB; HA-(78)26,PM; JE-(32)11,JW 4-26 4/70 U-(40)26,PS; CH-AW(5)4,JW; GA-BF(20)19,WB; JE-(5)11,JW 4-19 3/27 CH-AW(5)4,JW; CH-(20)12,WB; GA-BF(2)19,WB 4-4 1/2 GA-BF(2)4,JW 19-19 1/6168 GA-BF(6168)19,WB S-bill 4-11 3/251 CH-1/50 GA-1/200 JE-1/1 Sandppr, Least Sandppr, Pectoral Dunlin peep, sp. 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