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The Spoonbill, Vol. 6, No. 2, June 1957 - Image 17. June 1957. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 22, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/2152/show/2150.

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(June 1957). The Spoonbill, Vol. 6, No. 2, June 1957 - Image 17. Outdoor Nature Club Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/2152/show/2150

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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 Pag© 9 on May 5s Indigo Bunting, peak of about 200 on the 5th, last one on 12th except 3 or 4 singing males in breeding areas Catbird, peak of 40-plus on the 5th| Chuck-will's-widow. peak of 11 on the 5th, last two on 19th! Coot, last 3 on 5 th? Double-crested Cormorants, last on 7th? Fish Crow, nest seen here by Damon McKay, 1 found dead south of Dayton, on™7ths Black-billed Cuekoo, 1 on 5th, and 10th? Hudsonian Curlew, last 2 on 5th: Dickcissel, unusually common as a breeder this years Dowiteher - Eastern to 2nd, Long-billed to 5th| Canvasback, 1 on May 5, two days later than ever before, another on 25th? Lesser Scaup, last six on 5th} Fulvous Tree Duck, scarce since 12th? Bald Eagle, one on 2nd? Duok Hawk, three on 2ndj Acadian Flycatcher, 2-plus on 5ths Empidonax, peak and last 6 on 5th| Crested Flycatcher, last on 19th? Olive-sided Flycatcher, first on 10th, one on i9th, and 27th? Gnateateher, one on 1st, and 2nd, two on 3rd, and 5th? Eared Grebe, 1 on 2nd, and 5th, (latest ever by 12 days)} Blue Grosbeak, last 9-plus on 5th? Rose-breasted Grosbeak, peak of 6 on May 2, last two on 5th? Herring Gull, last on 2nd? Ring-billed Gull, 2 on 5tfi, one ©n 19th? Bread-winged Hawk, peak of 200-plus on 2nd, last 2 on May 5? Cooper's Hawk, peak of 3 on May 2? Marsh Hawk, two on 2nd? Sharp-shinned Hawk, none in April, 9-plus on May 1? Sparrow Hawk, two on 2nd, Ion 5th, (latest ever by 9 days)} Yellow-cr. Night Heron, once a very common bird here, now scarce? hummingbird, peak of 4 on 1st, one on 19th? White Ibis, one floek of 200-plus on 19th? Eastern Kingbird, peak of 15 on 4th? Western Kingbird, one on 3rd, another on 5th? Belted Kingfisher, last one on 2nd? Red-breasted Merganser, 5 on 2nd, one on 5th, (latest ever by 27 days)? Baltimore Oriole, last one on 5th? Orchard Oriole, no migrants in May? Fish Hawk, 2 on 2nd, (peak)? Horned Owl, 1 or 2 on 2nd? Eastern Wood Pewee, peak of about 100 on 5th, last one on 19th? Wilson's Phalaropej, ,,one on 2nd? Sprague's Pipit, one on 2nd, ^latest evar by 9 days)? Black-Bellied Plover, Tasf 3 on 19th? Golden Plover, two on 2nd? Ringed Plover, last three on 5th? Upland Sandpiper, four on 5th? Clapper Rail, last on 5th? Robin, one seen building a nest in Houston, Satsuma Street, by B. V. Maley of Cove, on the 7th? Sanderling, last 5 on 19th? Buff-breasted Sandplpir, last and peak of 260 on 2nd? Dunlin, last 3 on May 26? Least Sandpiper, last two on 26th? Semipalmated Sandpiper, seen to May 26, (200-plus)? Pectoral Sandpiper, to May 12} Solitary Sandpiper, one on 5th? Spotted Sandpiper, seen to the 26th? Stilt Sandpiper, last 5 on May 5? White-rumped Sandpiper, last (100) on 26th? Lark Sparrow, two on 3rd? Savannah Sparrow, one on 5th? Seaside Sparrow, singing males on the 5th, and 19th} Sharp-tailed Sparrow, one on 2nd? White-throated Sparrow, one on 4th, (latest ever by 2 days)? Spoonbills, peak of 40 on 5th? Barn Swallow, to 27th? Cliff Swallow, to 25th; Rough-winged Swallow, to 19th} Tree Swallow, to 4th? Scarlet Tanager, last one on 5th? Summer Tanager, to 7th? Blue-winged Teal, last 2 on 26th? Brown Thrasher, last one on 7th? Gray-cheeked Thrush, last 2 on 2nd? Olive-backed Thrush, peak of 20 on 5th, last 2 on 12th? Wood Thrush, last one-on 5th? Turnstone, last 4 on 5th? Veery, last one on 2nd? Philadelphia Vireo, first one on 2nd, last four on 5th? Red-eyed Vireo, to 4th? Solitary Vireo, last one on 3rd? Warbling Vireo, first one on 1st, last on 3rd? White-eyed Vireo, last 4 migrants on 4th? Yellow-thr. Vireo, last one on 4th? Turkey Vulture, nest with 2 eggs on 4th? Bay-breasted Warbler, peak and last (50) on 5th? Black-and-White, peak and last (50) on 5th? Black-throated Green, peak and last (40) on 5th? Blue-winged, last one on 2nd? Cerulean, 3 on 5th, last one on 12th? Chestnut-sided, last and peak (100) on 5th? Golden-winged, one on 4th!, and 19th? Hooded, last three on 5th? Magnolia, peak and last (100) on '5th? Myrtle, last one on 3rd? Ovenbird, peak of 7 on 5th? Parula, last migrant on 11th? Pine Warblers, about 10 on 4th, (not migrants)? Prairie Warbler, one on 5th. (my first spring record)? Redstart, peak of 100 on "5~lh, last one on 12th? Tennessee, peak of 100 on 1st, last 50 on 5th? Yellow Warbler, 1 or 2 on 18th? Yellowthroat, peak and last (50) on 5th} Small-billed Waterthrush, last 2 on 11th? Waxwing, last flock on 19th; Whip-poor-will, first one of season on 3rd, and last on 4th, (latest ever by 2 days)? Wlllet, last one on 12th? Marsh Wren, 1 on 2nd, 3 on 5th. 1 on 19th. 0 OFFICERS Off THE ORNITHOLOGY GROUP SEgiiman ' " ""TCr-Td. B. Oilman Et. 1 Box 175 * Houston, Texas Secretary-Treasurer Mr-Si. C, R. Mattel 3523 TsUigley, Houston,5.Texas Field Trip Chairman Miis' Ruth Moorman Sara Houston Hotel, Houston^ Texas Editor of Spoonbill Mr. Carl Aiken 111, 3767 Georgetown, Houston5, Texas