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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 55, No. 3, March 2006
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  • Shultz, Al
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date March 2006
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  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • periodicals
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Transcript Minutes of the February 6,2006 Meeting Bayland Community Center Attendance: 68 1. Learning Corner: David Bradford discussed the ID tips to differentiate the Cooper's Hawk from the Sharp-shinned Hawk. Do not use size. The Cooper's tail is rounded, the eye looks bigger and the tail looks longer in flight. The Sharp-shinned Hawk's tail is square. 2. Chairman Michael Williams opened the meeting at 7:10 p.m. with a TOS conference wrap-up, and presented two bottles of wine to Kathy Farr as a token of appreciation for all of her hard work in this endeavor. There were 180 species sighted including Prairie Chickens. 120 people came from out of town. 3. Bird Sightings: Red-vented Bulbul in the Montrose area, Bronzed Cowbirds on Hillcroft, and Woodcocks still present. 4. Treasury: Budget report was presented by Jim Winn and accepted and approved. 5. Minutes of the February meeting were also approved. 6. Environmental Issues: Michael Williams discussed the State Park issue and suggested that we contact our elected officials about the lack of funding. 7. Library: It was suggested that any bird books donated to the library would be appreciated. 8. Field Trips: The monthly field trip is Saturday, February 1 About the Ornithology Group The Ornithology Group (OG) is a division of the Outdoor Nature Club (ONC), a non-profit organization dedicated to greater knowledge about the environment and wildlife of the Upper Texas Coast. The OG is a club of individuals interested in all aspects of birding, including bird identification, listing bird sightings, competing in birding events, and preserving bird habitat. Some members study bird behavior, biology, distribution and migration, while others just enjoy watching birds. The organization is designed to accommodate these diverse birding interests. Monthly meetings and field trips provide an opportunity to interact with and learn from experts in local and international birding. Chair: Michael Williams 713-228-9064 Vice-Chair: Bernice Hotman 713-782-7889 Secretary: Shirley & Raymond Mondshine 713-774-1413 Treasurer: Jim Winn 713-464-8057 Clearing House: David Sarkozi 713-412-4409 Library: Andy Scott 281-537-9690 Membership: Margret Simmons 713-776-2511 Spoonbill: Al Shultz 281-829-0970 Email: og_spoonbill@earthlink.net OG website: http://www.omithologygroup.org/ ONC website: http://www.outdoornatureclub.org/ 8, at Anahuac NWR. Meet at the visitors' center at 8:00 9. FeafA.rFetf m Galveston will be March 30, 31, April 1 and 2. If you go to their website it lists all of the events and you can register online. 10. Program: Bernice Hotman introduced Jesse Fagan and the program "Breeding Warblers of East Texas." There are fourteen breeding warbler species: Hooded, Common Yellowthroat, Prothonotary (canary of the forest), Black-and- white, Kentucky, Worm-eating, Pine, Prairie, Northern Parula, American Redstart, Swainson's, Yellow-breasted Chat, Yellow-throated and Louisiana Waterthrush. Henslow's and Bachman's Sparrows were also discussed. Vocalizations were stressed in his talk for help in identifying the birds. 11. Meeting adjourned at 8:45 p.m. - -Raymond Mondshine 12 Annual Attwater Prairie Chicken Festival "Booming and Blooming" ~ April 8 and 9 Join trips to the booming grounds to watch Attwater's Prairie Chickens engage in their courtship displays, Saturday and Sunday morning. Refuge staff will get as many people as possible on the booming grounds to see this spectacle. The group leaves at 7 a.m., so be there no later than 6:45 am to get a space. There will also be walking tours for native plants both days. Check their website at www.fws.gov/southwest/refuges/texas/artwater for more information