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The Spoonbill, Vol. 43, No. 1, January 1994 - Image 2. January 1994. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 20, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/1371/show/1362.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 43, No. 1, January 1994
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  • Mueller Boyce, Judith
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date January 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 COMING EVENTS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9: OG MEETING. 7:00 pm. Pete Dunne will be speaking at a joint meeting of the OG and Houston Audubon Society at the Houston Zoo's Brown Auditorium, 1513 Outer Belt Drive. Pete Dunne, one of America's most noted birders. Frequently published in "American Birds" and "Birdwatcher's Digest," Pete is the author of Feather Quest. Tales of a Low Rent Birder and co-author of Hawks in. Flight- He is currently director of natural history information for the New Jersey Audubon Society. Please note that this month we will be meeting, not on a Monday, but on Wednesday, in the Brown Auditorium of the Houston Zoo. Entrance to the auditorium is just east of the main entrance to the Houston Zoo in Hermann Park. You don't want to miss Pete, who is well known for his humor and wit The title of hk talk?-- "Small-headed Flycatcher. Seen yesterday. He didn't leave his name." *y_* SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12: OG •YOUTH' FIELD TRIP TO WEST HARRIS COUNTY looking for raptors, eagles, ducks and geese. Meet leaders David Bradford and David Veselka at Bear Creek Park at 8:30 a.m. For more information, call David Veselka at 692-1384. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16: OCS WEEKDAY FIELD TRIP to Brazos Bend State Park. Meet at 8:00 am. in the 40-Acre Lake parking lot. Brazos Bend has been the location of a lot of interesting bird -sightings this winter and we will look for Masked Duck and others. Bring lunch. If anyone is interested we will bird Davis Estates after lunch. Winnie Burkett, 992-5640. SAT.-MON, FEBRUARY 19-21: OG/ONC FIELD TRIP TO RIO GRANDE VALLEY. Complete trip information was published in the November issue of "The Spoonbill." Call Bobby Duryea 713-471-6309 about botanical field trip information and Dwight Peake 409-740-4621 about birding. Make your motel/camping reservations early. The Valley is very popular at this time of year. Trip headquarters is The Quality Motel in McAllen at 210-682-8301. MONDAY, MARCH 7: OG MEETING. 7:00 pm. Harris County Bayland Community Park. Jim Morgan will speak on Upper Texas Coast spring migration. Learning Corner will meet at 6:30 pm. TUESDAY, MARCH 15: OGS WEEKDAY FIELD TRIP to Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge. Meet at 8:00 am. at the sign-in booth across from the bathrooms at the refuge. We should see ducks, herons, shorebirds, maybe rails and bitterns and of course, early migrants. Bring lunch and mosquito repellent. Winnie Burkett, 992-5640. SATURDAY, MARCH 19: OG FIELD TRIP TO SAN BERNARD NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE and-according to leader Richard Uzar, "other cryptic coastal spots." This area often seems to be overlooked by Houston birders but is excellent for birding. For example, the San Bernard Christmas Bird Count listed 176 species this year. The itinerary for thk trip will be detailed next month. SATURDAY, MARCH 26: OG FIELD TRIP TO NORTH LAKE HOUSTON STATE PARK. Marilyn Crane and Steve Gast, who are working on a bird checklist for the Park, will be the trip leaders. Thk park k not formally developed and may be sold by the State unless sufficient interest in thk area can be demonstrated. Thk area has piney woods and bottomland-hardwood habitat on the backwaters of Lake Houston. Expected birds include Swainson's, Hooded, Prothonotary, Yellow-throated, Parula, and Kentucky Warblers. To reach the Park, go north on Highway 59 to FM 1485 at New Caney and turn right (east) and cross Caney Creek. Although a sign for North Lake Houston State Park will be on the left, turn to the right (across from the sign). Thk road leads to the park's entrance road. Turn left into the park at the second park sign Go to the end of thk road to the parking lot for visitors at the" Official Vehicles Only" sign, which closes the remainder of the road to unauthorized traffic Meet at the Visitors Parking Lot at 8 a.m. The trip from downtown Houston should take about 1.25 hours. SAT-SUN, APRIL 2 AND 3: OG FIELD TRIP TO BEEVILLE, LAKE CORPUS CHRISTI AND CHOKE CANYON STATE PARK AREA Detaik on trip will appear in the next issue of "The Spoonbill" but you may want to make your motel/camping reservations now. Friday night should he spent in the Beevills/GQuad area as the group will be meeting Saturday morning in or near Beeville. Call Antlers Inn (Goliad) 512/645-8215, Drummers Inn (Beeville) 512/358- 4000, or Goliad State Park 512/645- 3405. Saturday night will be in Three Rivers. Call Choke Canyon.Bass Inn 512/786-3521, Staghorn Inn 512/786- 354L or Choke Canyon State Park 512/786-3538, all in the Choke Canyon Reservoir area at Three Rivers, Texas. Call Bob Honig, 669-6369, or Dwight Peake, 409/740-4621, with your questions. SATURDAY, APRIL 16: OG FIELD TRIP TO GALVESTON ISLAND. Thk trip will be led by Ted Eubanks, a noted area bird expert, and one can expect to see a wide variety of species. Thk all-day trip will begin at 7:00 am. and will be limited to the first 25 people who sign up. To make arrangements for thk field trip, call Dwight Peake at (409) 740-4621 to sign-up and obtain information on the itinerary. .