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The Spoonbill, Vol. 9, No. 1, May 1960 - Image 13. May 1960. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 9, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/1955/show/1951.

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(May 1960). The Spoonbill, Vol. 9, No. 1, May 1960 - Image 13. Outdoor Nature Club Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/1955/show/1951

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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
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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Original Item Location ID 2007-023, Box 9, Folder 13
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Digital Collection Outdoor Nature Club Newsletters
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Repository Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries
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Transcript page 13 Thrushes:: Very good, migration, Wood, 2 - 10th, 8 - 13th, 11 days; Swainson's, from April 13,. 4 days,- about 21 - 27th;; Gray-cheeked, 4 - 27th, 1 - 28th;. Veery, 1 - 25th, 13 - 27th, 3 - 28th,-1 - 29th,. none in 1959; unidentified thrushes were much more numerous. Gtatcatchar, 1 _ 18th,. 25th, 27th;. Golden-crowned Kinglet, last 3 - 18th, 19th, 27nd; Hater Pipit, last, 1 - 16th,. 5 - 21st;: Sprague's Pipit, 1 - 13th, 25th; Starling, 1 - 1st, possibly thet last migrant, 2 - 5th and another 23rd in the same place; Thair Harmon reports them..entering_ oil field pipes at Barbers Hill where he found them nesting last year. Vireoss White-eyed, 1 to 4 on 10 days; Yellow-throated, 1 - April 2; Red-eyed, 9 days from - 13th,. 15 - 19th; Warbling, 8 - 27th, 1 - 29th, one on the 27th had a yellow throat but not dark lower, yet I feel sure it was a Philadelphia. Warblers:: 6 speeies - 10th, 7 - 12th, 6 - 34th, 9 - 18th, 6 - 24th, 19 - 27th, 14 - 28th, and 9 - 29th; Black and White, 1 to 3 on 6 days, about 12 - 27th; Prothonotary, 2 - 14th, 1 - 20th,. 28th; Worm-eating, 1 - 13th, 28th;: Golden-winged 1 - 13th, 29th; Blue- winged, 1 - 10th,-13th, 27th, 2 - 19th; Tennessee, 2 - 18th, 24th, 1 - 25th, 28th, 5 - 26th, 29th, about 38 - 27th; Orange-crowned, 1 - April 23; Nashville, 1 - 27th; Farulav 1 - 27th; Yellow, 1 - 18th, .2 - 19th, 24th, 28th, 3 - 29th, about 10- 27th; Magnolia, about 4 - 27th, I - 28th; Myrtle, 2 - 1st, not counted - 12th, about 10 18th; Black-throated Green, 1 - March 20, earliest ever by 7 days, since, 1 - April 27; Cerulean, 3 - 18th, 1 - 27th; Blackhurnian, 1 - 27th; Yellow-throated, none, after a good migration in March; Chestnut- sided, about 5 - 27th, 1 - 28th; Bay-breasted, 4 - 27th, 1 - 29th; Palm. 1 - 19th. latest ever by 9 days:^Ovenbird. 1 - 10th, 20th, about 10 - 27th; Northern Water Thrush, 1 - 14th, 18th, .2 - 25th, 28th,ahput 7 - 27th; Kentucky, 2 - 10th, 1 on 5 days, about 19 and 9 on 27th and 28th;- Yellowthroat, 1 - 3rd, 10th, 14th, 24th, 10 - 27th, 11 - 28th; Yellow- breasted Chat, 1 - 15th, 19th, 29th, 5 - 21st, 27th, about 10 - 28th; Hooded, 1 to 5 on II days from. April 1, about 25 - 27th, 12+ - 28th; Canada, 1 - 27th, 28th, 29th; American Redstart, 1 to 4- on 8 days from 13th, about 12 - 27th; by far most warblers seen were unidentified. Orchard Oriole, 18 days, peak,-about 50 - 29th; Baltimore Oriole, first 5 - 24th, about 25 - 29th; Brewer's Blackbird, 6 days to 11th;. Gammon Grackle, about 20 at Barbers Hill (within the area) where they may still be, they nest at Baytown; Scarlet Tanager, 1 - 16th,. 4 - 27th;. Summer Tanager, 1 - 10th, 11 - 18th, 1 to 7 on 10 other days; Rose- breasted Grosbeak, 1 - 18th, 7 - 27th, 2 - 28th, 29th; Blue Grosbeak, 1 - 14th, on 8 days, peak,. 10 - 24th; Indigo. Bunting,, about 25 - 13th, peak, shout 125 - 24th; Painted Buntings from..20th (1); Dickcissel, 1 - 18th, 2 - 24th, 27th, efommon by 29th, Rufous- sided Towhee, 2 - 2nd, 1 - 14th. Sparrows:: Savannah,many,. an aberrant Savannah, or else a sparrow unknown to me April 13, it closely resembled aiCassins; Seaside, 1 to 3 on 5 days? Vesper, 1 - April 2; Lark, 1 - 19th, 27th;. White-crowned, peak, about 25 - April 12, last 5 - 27th, latest ever by 1 day; White-throated, to 24th, Llncolns, peak,about 19 - 27th; Swamp, 1 - 17th, 18th, less than ever before. ft. »»»«»»ft«ft«««*»8»5**»*« CORRESPONDENCE: The following letter was sent to O.G. Chairman, Jerry Strickling, and is published below since it is addressed to the entire Ornithology Group: Ornithology Group Houston, Texas Please accept, on behalf of Mike, myself and the rest of Mae's mortal family, the sincerest gratitude and pride for the unprecedented memorial to him in the form of the beautiful bench at Enchanted Isle in the Sanctuary. No finer tribute, could be shown to a man's life on earth than .such aa manifestation of the love of so many friends. Most sincerely, Bette Ramsey Appjl 12, I960