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The Spoonbill, Vol. 6, No. 7, November 1957 - Image 11. November 1957. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 17, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/204/show/200.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 6, No. 7, November 1957
Contributor (Local)
  • Aiken, Carl H., III
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date November 1957
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  • 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 7
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Transcript Page 6 As we left the Island a lone Roseate Spoonbill flew majestically over the bay, giving us 94 species and a perfect ending for a perfect day. October 1957 Report from Mr, Arlie K. McKay - Cove Area * Common Loon, 1 on Oct. 26$ Pied-billed Grebe, above normal with a peak of 19 on Oct. 30; White Pelican, 75 on Sept 29, and 1000 on Oct 26; no Brown Pelicans; Double-crested Cormorant, peak of 9 on Oct. 28; Reddish Egret, only one on Oct. 26; Green Heron, to Oct. 20; Yellow-crowned Night Heron, peak for this once very common bird was 20 on Sept. 22; American Bittern, 3 on Sept. 22; Least Bittern, none since July 21; Wood Ibis, peak and last on Oct 13, when 230 were seen;' White-faced Ibis, peak of 75 on Oct. 19? White Ibis, peak of 50 on Oct. 13; Spoonbill seen to Oet. 30} Tree Duck, 22 on Sept. 8, no more; White-fronted Goose, only one flock of 11 on Oct. 11 and 19th; Snow and Blue Geese, Tom Dutton saw a flock of four on Sept, 28, my first was Oct, 10, common later; Mallard, first 21 on Oct, 26; Mottled Duck, peak of 23 on Oet. 11; Gadwall, first 2 on Oct. 26; Baldpate, first 15 on Oct. 19; Pintail, first of 100 on Sept. 2, peak of 5000 on Oet. 19; Green-winged Teal, first 4 on Sept. 15, peak of 1500 on Oet 11; Blue- winged Teal, peak of 600 on Sept, 15; Shoveler, first 2 on Sept. 28, 30 on Oet. 30? Redhead, first 6 on Oct. 26, 26 on Oct. 30; Canvasback, 29 on Oct. 30; Lesser Scaup, first 250 on Oct. 26, 860 on Oet. 27; Ring-neeked Duck, 9 on Oct. 26, 17 on the 27th, and 50 on the 30th; Ruddy Duek, 1 Oct. 26, 5 on the 30th; Red-tailed Hawk, 1 on Oct. 26; Broad-winged Hawk, first 2 on Sept. 15, and 1000 on Oet. 27 & 28; Swainson's Hawk, first on Sept. 15, last 2 on Oct, 30, both in dark phase of which I had seen only one before; HARRIS' HAWK, one seen by Amos Filten south of Dayton on Oet. 3; Bald Eagle, one~"air"MossT Bluff in late Sept.; Marsh Hawk, seen from Sept, 8; Coot, first flock on Oet. 10, 100 on Oet. 19; Osprey, 1 on Sept. 22, last on Oct, 12; Caracara, 2 on Oct, 13 and 1 on the 27th; Duek Hawk, 2 on Sept. 22; Sparrow Hawk, first 2 on Sept. 1, 32 on Oet, 10; Ringed Plover, floek of 11 on Oct, 12; Wilson Plover, 1 on Sept, 1 & 8; Killdeer, one albino at Cedar Bayou in mid-October; Black-bellied Plover, peak of 32 on October 26; Golden Plover, 2 on Sept. 15 and Oct. 3; Wilson Snipe, first 2 on Oct. 11; Upland Plover, last 4 on Sept. 15; Spotted Sandpiper, peak of 4 on Sept. 15; Snowy Plover, 1 on Oct, 11; Turnstone, peak of 180 on Oct, 26; Solitary Sandpiper, last on Sept. 28; Pectoral Sandpiper, last on Oct, 26; Red-baeked Sandpiper, seen from Oct. 6; Buff-breasted Sandpiper, first 8 on Sept. 8, last 70 on Sept. 15; Marbled Godwlt, one on Oct. 20 Sc 28; Sander ling, only 4 on Oct. 26; ., Avoeet, 2 on Oct, 26, and 3 on the 27th; Stilt, last 2 on Oct, 20; Franklands Gull, first on Sept, 28; Least Tern, last 2 on Sept, 15? Cabot's Tern, last one on Sept. 28; Black Tern, peak of over 1000 on Sept, 8, last 2 on the 29th? Ground Dove, Sept. 28, Oet, 19, Oct, 26? Yellow-billed Cuckoo, last on Sept. 28? QROOVE-BILLED AHI, D, D, Dutton saw one on Oct, 4 or 5? owls were very scarce]""Chuck=wiii» s=widow, 1 on Oet, 14, (latest ever by 2 days); Whip-poor- will, last on Sept, 28; Common Nighthawk, last 2 on Oet, 24? Chimney Swift, last on Oct, 15, in Baytown; Ruby-throated Hummingbird, peak of 18" on Oct. 11, last one on Nov, 3; YeHow-shafted Flicker, first on Sept. 28,. peak of 15 on Octo 20? Sapsucker, seen from Oct. 10; Eastern Kingbird, last 3 on Sept. 28; Western Kingbird, 1 on Sept. 12, 2 on Oct. 6, and 1 on Oet, 12; Crested Flycateher, last on Sept. 28; Phoebe, 1 on Oct, 5, and 10 on Oct, 13; Empidonax, last on Oet. 11; Yellow-bellied Flycatcher identified only on Oct. 11; Peewee, seen to Oct. 19? Olive-sided Flycatcher, 1 on Oct. 20, (latest, ever by 10 days)? Vermilion Flycatcher, 2 on Sept. 15, a total of 9 this year; VIOLET-GREEN SWALLOW, one immature on Sept. 8; Bank Swallow, seen to Sept. 29; CHi'f Swallow,"to Oet. 6; Purple Martin, to Sept. 22; Fish Crow, 1 on Sept. 1; House Wren, seen from Oct. 10; Marsh Wren, 5 on Oct. 20; Sedge Wren, Sept, 28, Oct. 10, and Oet, 19; Catbird, Sept, 20, Sept, 28, and Oct, 26; Brown Thrasher, 3 on Sept, 15; Robin, 2 on Oct. 27i. Wood Thrush, 1 on Oet. 11 & 19; Hermit Thrush. 1 on Oct. 11. (flatest^ever '■ by four days); Ruby-crowned Kinglet, first on Oct, 12; Water Pipit, first on Oct, 20; Sprague's Pipit, first 6 on Oet. 30? Starling, first on Oct. 11} White-eyed Vireo, last on Oet. 13; Red-eyed Vireo, last 3 on Sept, 29} Warbling Vireo, 1 on Oet, 11; Blaek-&-White Warbler, last on Oct, 19; Prothonotary Warbler, 1 on Sept. 1; Blue-winged Warbler, 1 on Sept, 1 & 15? Tennessee Warbler, 4 on Oct. 26; Orange-erowned Warbler, first on Oct. 20; Nashville Warbler, first 7 on Sept. 15, last on Oct, 26; Parula Warbler, first migrant on Sept. 8, last on Sept. 29; Yellow Warbler, last 3 on Sept. 15? Magnolia Warbler, only 2 on Sept. 28; Myrtle Warbler, 1 on Oct. 19; Pine Warbler, only one on Oet. 26; Palm Warbler, 1 on Sept. 28, and 1 on Oet. 27; Connecticut Warbler, 1 on Sept. 15? Mourning Warbler, 1 or 2 on Sept. 15; Yellowthroat, first on Sept„ 8? Chat, Sept. 8, and Oct, 12;