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The Spoonbill, Vol. 9, No. 1, May 1960 - Image 9. May 1960. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 13, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/1955/show/1947.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 9, No. 1, May 1960
Alternative Title The Spoonbill, Vol. IX, No. 1, May 1960
Contributor (LCNAF)
  • Emanuel, Victor L.
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date May 1960
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
Genre (AAT)
  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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Original Item Location ID 2007-023, Box 9, Folder 13
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Original Collection Outdoor Nature Club Records
Digital Collection Outdoor Nature Club Newsletters
Digital Collection URL http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023
Repository Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries
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Transcript page 9 February 2. I960: Oak woods fifteen miles east of Ciudad del Maiz. Green Parakeets - 37 (El Naranjo)» Red-billed Pigeon - 8, Allied Wbodcreeper - 1, Hermit Warbler - 1, Townsend Warbler - 23, Spotted Cactus Wren - 6, Painted Redstart - 3, Blue-hooded Euphonia - 2, Rusty Sparrow - 3, Hartlauh.'s Warbler - 3, Rufous- crowned Altapetes - 3, Warbling Vireo - 1, Bridled Titmouse - 7, Mexican Jay - 23, 10 miles west of Ciudad del Mais. - Black-chinned Sparrow - 1, Brown Towhee - 17, Broad- billed Hummingbird - 3, Cactus Wren - 2, Green-'tailed Towhee - 1. This sad incident naturally pre- February 3. I960.; The day of Mr. Chandler's death, eluded our. planned birding to the south. 12 White-tailed Kites were seen between EL Naranjo and Tampico (10 in a. 40-mile stretch just-west of Tampico), 6 Jacanas were oounted-just west of Tampieo-(we had to travel to - Tampico to see the American Consul). February 4. I960: El Naranio: Green Kingfisher - 1, Squirrel Cuckoo - 4, Emerald Canivet Hummingbird - 2, Buff-bellied Hummingbird - 1. Returning to States: Crimson- collared Grosbeak - 4, Blue-crowned Motmot - 1, Western Tanager - 1, Chachalaeas - 6, (All just north of Rio Sabinas). The following list is an overall count of species and numbers for the whole trip: Pied-billed Grebe, • Least Grebe - 9, Show Goose, Blue Goose, Green-winged Teal, Shoveler, Bluer-winged Teal,, Pintail - 2, Black-bellied Tree Duck - 26, Lesser Scaup, Ruddy Duck - 20, Common Gallinule - 1, Coot, Jacana - 8, Little Blue Heron - 3, Great Blue Heron - 16, Snowy Egret - 1, American Egret - 3, Louisiana Heron - 1, Spoonbill - 1, Sandhill. Crane - 7, Olivaceous Cormorant - 9, Laughing Gull, Killdeer - 3, Long-billed Curlew - 12, White-tailed Kite - 13, Marsh Hawk - 9, Sharp-shinned Hawk - 2, Sparrow Hawk - 23, Red-tailed Hawk - 4, Gray Hawk - 5, Red-shouldered Hawk - 1, White-tailed Hawk - 4, Osprey - 1,. Harris' Hawk- 26, Turkey Vulture - 30+, Black Vulture - Abundant, Caraoarai- 26+, Chachalaca - 16, Bobwhite - 14, Red-billed Pigeon - 17, White-fronted Dove - 20, Inca Dove - 15+, Ground Dove - 15+? Groove-billed Anl - 12, Roadrunner - 9, Great Horned Owl - 1, Bam Owl - 3, Ferruginous Pygmy Owl - 3, Golden-fronted Woodpecker - 30+, Yellow- bellied Sapsucker - 2, Red-shafted Flicker - 1, Ladder-backed Woodpecker - 10, Paraque - 2, White-necked Raven - 70, Green Jay - 60, Tropical Kingbird - 100, Ash-throated Flycatcher - 7, Western Kingbird - 3, Eastern Phoebe - 37, Black Phoebe - 2, Say's Phoebe - 2, Kiskadee Flycatcher - 30, Vermillion Flycatcher - 60+, Green Kingfisher - 1, Rose-throated Beeard - 2, Belted Kingfisher - 3, Cedar Waxwing - 70, Loggerhead Shrike, Rough-winged Swallow, Tree Swallow, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Black-crested Titmouse - 7, Blue-gray Gnat- catcher - Abundant, Bewick's Wren - 20, Verdin - 18, Curve-billed Thrasher - 11, Mockingbird - Abundant, Cactus Wren - 2, Long-billed Thrasher - 7, American Robin - 12, Clay- colored Robin - 20+, Eastern Bluebird - 6, Warbling Vireo - 1, Solitary Vireo - 25, Yellowthroated Vireo - 1, White-eyed Vireo - 30, Wilson's Warbler - 150+, Yellowthroat - 5, Olive-backed Warbler - 3, Yellow-throated Warbler - 1, Audubon's Warbler - 2, Myrtle Warbler - 70, Black-throated Green Warbler - 30+, Black & White Warbler - 5, Orange-crowned iferbler - 20, Broad-billed Hummingbird - 3, Acorn Woodpecker - 17, Bridled Titmouse - 7, Hermit Warbler - 1, Townsend's Warbler - 23, Painted Redstart - 3, Mexican Jay - 23, Black- headed Grosbeak - 12, Hepatic Tanager - 9, Brown Townee - 17, HLack-ehinned Sparrow - 1, Gadwall - 50, Mexican Crow - 4000 to 6000, Linneated Woodpecker - 1, Bro«n Jays - 200, Roadside Hawk - 6, Red-crowned Parrot - 802, Blue Bunting - 8, Spot-brearted Wren - 3, Bat Falcon - 2, Rufous-capped Warbler - 27, Black-headed Saltator - 2, Melodious Blackbird - 13, Blue Mockingbird - 3, Yellow-faced Grassquit - 4, Military Macaw - 4, Sbcial Flycatcher - 13j White-collared Swift - 300, Green Parakeets - 54» Allied Woodhewer (Spot-erowned Wood- creeper) - 1, Spotted Cactus Wren (Spotted Wren). - 5, Blue-hooded Euphonia - 2, Brewer's Blackbird - 35, Red-eyed Cowbird - 30, BrowrWieaded Oowbird - 300, Starling, Boat-tailed Grackle, Eastern Meadowlark - 3, Red-winged Blackbird, Baltimore Oriole - 4s> Hooded Oriole- 33/ Eiohtenstein's Oriole - 21, Black-headed Oriole - 35, Western Tanager - 1, Pyrrhuloxia - 70+, Cardinal - 20, Rufous-sided Towhee (spotted) - 1, Green-tailed Towhee - 1, Olive SJiarrow - 37, Rose-breasted Grosbeak - 1, Indigo Bunting - 3, House Finch - 30, American Goldfinch - 12, Lesser Goldfinch - 38, White-collared Seedeater - 40, Black-throated Sparrow- 60+, Rufous-crowned Sparrow - 2, Clay-colored Sparrow - 2, Field Sparrow - 7, Vesper Sparrow - 8, Lark Sparrow - 3, Savannah Sparrow - 7, Lincoln's Sparrow - 6, Coue's Flycatcher - 3, Rusty Sparrow - 5, Hartlaub's Warbler (Crescent-crested Warbler) - 3, Rufous- crowned Brush Finch - 3, Squirrel Cuckoo - 4, Emerald Canivet Hummingbird (Fork-tailed Emerald) - 2, Crimson-collared Grosbeak - 4, Blue-crowned Motmot - 1, Burrowing Owl - 1, Catbird - 1. 169 Species, 9,583+ Individuals. Submitted by T. B. Feltner