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The Spoonbill, Vol. 6, No. 2, June 1957 - Image 15. June 1957. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 21, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/2152/show/2148.

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(June 1957). The Spoonbill, Vol. 6, No. 2, June 1957 - Image 15. Outdoor Nature Club Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/2152/show/2148

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 6, No. 2, June 1957
Contributor (Local)
  • Aiken, Carl H., III
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date June 1957
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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  • Text
Original Item Location ID 2007-023, Box 9, Folder 7
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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
Repository URL http://libraries.uh.edu/branches/special-collections/
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Note Handwritten notes throughout.
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Transcript Page 8 ■EARING HOUSE April 29 Austin Evansjbf Freeport, reports he found a CATTLE EGRET(No *erwi^ near New •'River, and a few days previous a Magnificent «9 may 2 May 3 May 4 May € Frigate-BIrd flew over his house. Pine Siskin seen at feeding stand by Miss Erna E. Gieseeke, 1509 Courtlendt. tMpa Ta> ft&®-C<t^^-r£0 r*OTKrjrrves (W<-* ^ Pc***l-Cj| Red-breasted Nuthatch last noted by Miss Gieseeke.^rL^tgsr l'«^fe^t'>^s ; A Say's Phoebe was seen between Gove, and Baytown, (near wheri\JAfl** /, / lokay has reported It)-by;Hardin Craig, Jr. and his son, John)HS£7 Craig. Both have seen the bird ia wasterk states and know it w&CC* -WBHkki gajklU/JtcS ON G-tsj-U*r6»t Xv£f&(CWM.«W (tDjfcV *•*..**«**. tMt.%. W, t£A/»MUTb,J| Mr. Hardin Craig, ''Jr„; found a Black-polled Warbler and a >• Ta^^s kj. t file1© .Iffstitute, prlTIaoraaa, ■ jmd_J^!il3fi_ "fman. PHlLL-l Pi found a White- fce-t; of C-l) May 13 May 17 •Mai Norma' Oates crowned Sparrow:.. ^Bar'n... -jfeia and Tree Swallows, and Jedar Waxwiiigs,. in the Memorisl Drive area and along Addicks-Satsuma Read, Norma OateS', -Am Smith, arid' Carrie'. Holcomb, discovered a CATTLE BORE on Bolivar Peninsula, about eleven miles from the Terry. Red-teeasted Mergansers were also recorded by this partitfcwfe^ :g-o&ArtT.<£ SertoO ^-w, ge«c.v Noel -PeM&y'saw one Common* Looa and fifty Knots at Galveston. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Hoffman report that the following birds are now feeding young near th< • homes Downy and Red-bellied Woodpeckers, Brown-headed Nuthatch, Tufted Titmouse, and Carolina Wrens. Mrs. Massingill observed a Blackburnian Warbler In her yard at 1532 Manger. Leota Stilwell, Norma Oates, Josephine Wilkin, and Carrie Holeomb found a Common Loon and a Wilson's Phalarope at Galveston. The phalarope was a female. A Prairie Chicken was observed by Ronald Fowler and_B.ob.ert ^Simpsonfaboi !H? mi „ ~s5ttb| r Angle-son, on Highway 52lX They lK?W*f«'T'rv1i>p found FulVouS "free Uueks nestlngTISSr -cne- same location i^f^r^ve^0^-^while at Galveston, John O'Neill saw- Least Terns and Black J£#ys^p 8*AKi Skimmers nesting-. iMS \p, May 26 - Whil©.-.-f|^4tlng,M».«jand Mrs. Reid at^lsbee, Tex., Armand fiiss-rkap itr-ioo Skimmers nesting. May 26 - While visiting Mr, land Mrs. Ra| 4/ -, tJLtf Yramategui, Vie Emanuel, and Carl Aiken., recorded* Wood Ducks, S-v^^ntf White-breasted Nuthatch. Prothonotary and Kentucky Warblers, and a Yellow-br. Chat. At ,Palmer Lake they got 1500 White Ibis and near Lake Houston 9 Purple- Gallinules were seen. June 2 - Mr. Aldrich observed an immature, male Summer Tanager near his home la the Memorial Drive as?s&. * * # * * * # * 4 I; » # * * .»■ *:,®"JF -ysPRAIRIE CHICKENS "flaTers-iSTTSvis '., Treasurer of .the National Association of Soil Conservation Districts, wrote as follows in a letter dated May 13s "My guess is that the Prairie 'CMfekea population between League City and Kemah, Is at least 2CH> bird;?,8' BROWN CREEPER. j{||| NcrmallyThis winter resident has departed |f rem* the Houston area by the end of Marsh, but an extremely, late.'straggler was seen in the yard of Mr. and Mrs,' Chas. W. Hamilton at 2639 Fenwood Road (West University Place) on May 5, and May 12. The latest previous record was Apri|*|%!|f^* 1?33^l^rCT?|5#t^^'r-r^ May 1957 Report from Mr, Arlie K. McKay - Cove Area TEF^i'rinity riooded its tidal marshes on April 28, except that portion baek of the levies which was flooded two days later - thus breaking up a mass concentration of water birds, waders, and shore birds. My report for April does not represent all that concentration - only the limited area that I could cover, which may have been as little as 10# or as much as 50$. The 22 Ruddy Decks on April 29, were 27 days later than ever before. Of the 750-plus Stilt Sandpipers, 700 were in one floek - more than in any other entire year. The only good wave of migrants here was on May 5. 12 Water-turkeys on May 2, the only one's for 1957? Am. May 4, last 2 on May 7? Least Bittern, fiijst one on May Bittern, 1 on 2. peak of 5