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The Spoonbill, Vol. 38, No. 8, August 1989 - Image 3. August 1989. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 25, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/2425/show/2421.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 38, No. 8, August 1989
Alternative Title The Spoonbill, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 8, August 1989
Contributor (Local)
  • Price, Libby
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date August 1989
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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Digital Collection Outdoor Nature Club Newsletters
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Transcript (JirtAryrVhC f7-M*4£-JULY, 1989 July Editors: Rene and Andrew Franks A mere seven reports vexe submitted to* the Clearing House for July, from eleven observers * They spotted a total of 116 species for the month. The highlight vas a Yellow-headed Blackbird on the fifteenth, a nev early date. Several very rare species vere also seen. At least one report vas received from each county except Waller. The Clearing House is a monthly record of bird sightings made on the upper Texas Coast. Hov to interpret the data: SPECIES DATES TOTAL BRAZ CHAM FBEND GALV HARR JEFF WALL Bird Name early/late reports/individuals rpts/individuals listed by county OR county-location(#)date,observer Notevorthy sightings will be underlined (very rare on date), capitalized (no previous sighting on date), or underlined and capitalized (no previous sighting on the UTC). Birds vith very rare, vagrant, accidental or no status on the checklist at the date of the sighting require notes. Hovever, due to space considerations, only the notes on sightings which affect the checklist will consistently be published. Notes on very rare at date of sighting may be published at the editor's discretion if space allows. — SPECIES DATES TOTAL BRAZ CHAM FBEND GALV HARR JEFF Grebe, Pied-bill Pelican, Amer Wht Pelican, Brown Corm, Olivaceous cormorant, sp. Anhinga Frigatebird, Magn Bittern, Least i_j Heron, Great Blue Egret, Great Egret, Snowy Heron, Little Blu Heron, Tricolored Egret, Reddish Egret, Cattle Heron, Grn-backed Nt-Heron, Blk-crn Nt-Heron, Yel-crn Ibis, White Ibis, White-faced Spoonbill, Roseat Stork, Wood Whsl-Duck, Fulvs Whsl-Duck, Blk-bd Duck, Mottled Shoveler, Northrn Duck, Ruddy Vulture, Black Vulture, Turkey Kite, Blk-shouldr Kite. Mississippi Hawk, Red-shouldr Havk, Sva i ns on's Havk, White-taild Hawk, Red-tailed Bobvhite, Northrn Rail, King Gallinule, Purple Moorhen, Common Plover, Blk-belli Plover, Snovy 8-8 2/7 9-23 3/11 9-9 1/8 9-9 1/23 23-23 1/60 8-8 2/14 23-23 1/1 8-8 1/1 8-30 5/18 3-30 8/62 8-30 6/56 8-30 3/31 8-23 4/14 9-9 1/2 8-30 5/20629 8-23 7/18 8-23 3/8 8-27 3/24 8-23 4/103 8-30 6/53 8-23 4/39 8-8 2/35 8-15 4/54 8-15 3/46 8-28 3/21 9-9 1/1 15-15 2/2 8-31 4/18 5-30 8/31 15-15 1/2 15-29 4/6 8-28 4/7 8-18 3/5 15-23 2/3 15-15 2/3 6-28 7/39 9-9 1/2 15-15 1/10 8-15 4/25 9-9 1/2 9-9 1/1 F-BBI6) 8,GLV; F-(l) 8,GLV B-(4) 23,RU; G-BP(2) 9,JB; G-(5) 9,MO G-BFI8) 9,JB G-HK23) 9,JB B-(60) 23,RU F-(2) 8,GLV; F-BB(12) 8,GLV B-(l) 23,RU F-(l) 8,GLV 1/2 — 4/16 1/2 — 4/38 1/10 2/12 1/2 -- 4/16 1/38 F-(l) 30,PM; F-(5) 15,AG; F-BB(25) 6,GLV 1/3 — 2/10 1/1 G-BFC2) 9,JB 1/25 — 2/20200 1/4 1/400 1/1 ~ 2/8 1/2 3/7 B-(3) 23,RU; F-BBI4) 8,GLV; H-(l) 15,AG F-BBI20) 8,G_V; H-(3) 27,PM; J-U) 9,JB 1/1 — 1/50 — 1/2 1/50 1/9 — 4/38 1/6 1/1 — 1/12 2/26 F-BBI33) 8,GLV; F-(2) 8,GLV 3/49 — 1/5 F-(6) 15,AG; F-BBI24) 8,GLV; H-(16) 15,AG F-(l) 28,PM; F-116) 8,GLV; H-(4) 15,AG G-HI(l) 9,JB F-(l) 15,AO; F-<1) 15,LVC 1/2 — 3/16 1/1 -- 3/13 1/1 3/16 F-(2) 15,LVC 1/1 — 2/4 — 1/1 1/2 — 3/5 F-(l) 8,GLV; H-(2) 12.WLM; H-(2) 18,SLM B-(l) 23,RU; F-(2) 15,LVC F-(2) 15,_VC; H-<1) 15,AG 1/1 3/14 -- 3/24 G-HI(2) 9,JB F-BB(10) 15,LVC 3/23 — 1/2 G-8FI2) 9,JB O-BF(l) 9,JB SPECIES DATES TOTAL Plover, Wilson's 9-23 2/53 Plover, Semipalm 9-9 1/10 Plover, Piping 9-9 1/2 Killdeer 6-27 7/39 stilt, Black-neck 8-23 3/69 Avocet, American 22-23 2/31 Yellowlegs, Great 8-23 2/3 Yellowlegs, Less 8-23 3/25 Wlllet 9-23 2/22 Sandp_rr Snotted 9-23 2/4 Curlew, Long-bill 9-9 1/1 Godwit. Marbled 9-9 1/12 Turnstone, Ruddy 23-23 1/1 Sanderling 9-23 2/14 Sandppr, Semipalm 23-23 1/120 Sandppr, Western 9-29 4/43 Sandppr, Least 9-23 2/5 Dunlin 9-9 1/1 Sandppr, Stilt 23-23 1/1 Dowitcher. S-bill 9-9 1/4 Phalarone. Wilson 23-23 1/9 Gull, Laughing 9-30 5/475 Gull, Ring-billed 9-9 1/1 Gull, Herring 9-9 1/1 Tern, Gull-billed 9-23 2/4 Tern, Caspian 9-23 3/17 Tern, Royal 9-23 2/1065 Tern, Sandwich 9-23 2/21 Tern, Forster's 9-23 3/28 Tern, Least 9-23 3/117 Tern, Black 9-23 2/55 Skimmer, Black 9-23 4/57 Dove, Rock 3-30 7/119 Dove, Mourning 1-31 11/206 Dove, Inca 1-31 2/4 Parakeet, Monk 27-27 1/7 Cuckoo, Yel-billd 8-30 5/9 Owl, Great Horned 8-8 1/2 Owl, Barred 28-28 1/2 Nighthavk, Common 8-31 7/33 Swift, Chimney 3-29 7/81 Hummer, Ruby-thrt 8-8 1/1 Kingfisher, Beltd 3-19 3/5 Wdpeckr, Red-bell 8-30 7/20 wdpeckr, Downy 27-27 1/1 Wdpeckr, Pileated 5-8 3/6 Flycatch, Gr Crst 8-10 2/2 Kingbird, Eastern 8-30 7/19 Flycatch, Ss-tail 3-30 9/93 Martin, Purple 3-30 8/1448 Swallow, Cliff 28-28 1/40 Swallow, Barn 28-28 1/3 Jay, Blue 1-31 8/37 Crow, American 3-28 8/72 Chickadee, Carol 8-30 4/43 .Titmouse, Tufted 8-28 3/26 Wren, Carolina 7-31 7/21 Catbird. Grav 9-9 1/1 Mockingbird, H 1-31 9/86 Shrike, Loggerhed 3-31 6/35 Starling, Euro 3-31 6/173 Vireo, White-eyed 8-28 2/8 Warb, Prothonotry 8-9 2/7 Yellovthroat, Com 9-9 1/1 Warb, Hooded 9-9 1/1 BRAZ CHAM FBEND GALV HARR JEFF WALL B-(3) 23,RU; G-BF(50) 9,JB O-BF(10) 9,JB 0-BF(2) 9,JB 1/5 — 1/4 2/12 3/18 B-124) 23,RU; F-125) 8,GLV; G-HK20) 9,JB B-130) 23,RU; F-(l) 22,LVB B-(l) 23,RU; F-(2) 8,GLV B-(3) 23,RU; F-(12) 15,AG; F-(IO) 8,GLV B-(14) 23,RU; G-BFI8) 9,JB B-(3) 23,RU; G-HK1I 9.JB G-BF(l) 9,JB G-BFI12) 9,JB B-(l) 23,BU B-(6) 23,RU; G-BF(S) 9,JB B-U20) 23,RU 1/6 — — 1/30 2/7 B-(4) 23,RU; G-HI(l) 9,JB G-BF(l) 9,JB B-(l) 23,RU G-BFI4) 9,JB B-(9) 23,RU 1/250 ~ 1/5 2/120 1/100 G-BF(l) 9,JB G-BF(l) 9,JB B-(l) 23,RU; G-HK3) 9,JB 8-115) 23,RU; F-(l) 15,AG; G-BF(l) 9,JB B-165) 23,RU; G-BF(IOOO) 9,JB B-(l) 23,RU; G-BFI20) 9,JB B-120) 23,RU; G-HK6) 9,JB; H-(2) 15,AG B-125) 23,RU; F-(12) 22,LVC; G-BFI80) 9,JB B-150) 23,RU; G-BFI5) 9,JB 1/40 1/4 1,PM 2/7 1/4 4/90 5/98 1/2 2/5 3/63 H-(2) 10,WLM 3/9 1/1 1/15 — 2/2 1/5 -- 2/24 1/18 1/1 3/85 H-12) 31,PM; H-(2) H-(7) 27,PM 1/1 3/6 F-C2) 8,GLV F-(2) 28,PM 1/10 — 2/11 1/5 — 2/9 F-BB(l) 8,GLV G-(l) 19,MO; H-(2) 3,WLM 1/1 ~ 2/9 H-(l) 27,WLM F-BB12) 8,GLV; H-(2) 5,WLM; H-(2) F-BB(l) 8,GLV; H-(l) 10,WLM 1/3 1/6 2/3 1/1 2/6 1/5 — 3/5 2/3 3/80 5/1426 1/12 2/10 F-140) 28,PM F-(3) 28,PM 1/2 — 1/6 1/1 1/2 2/50 1/12 — 3/31 B-(l) 23,RU; F-(5) 28,PM 2/8 C-(l) 9,JB 1/30 1/1 2/11 2/10 1/60 — 3/73 F-(2) 28,PM; F-BB(6) 8,GLV F-BBI6) 8,GLV; J-(l) 9,JB C-(l) 9,JB J-(l) 9,JB 1/2 1/1 5/27 3/18 F-BB120) 8,GLV 4/12 1/1 5/44 3/22 1/3 2/40