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The Spoonbill, Vol. 44, Supplement, March 1995 - Image 9. March 1995. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 9, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/3198/show/3196.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 44, Supplement, March 1995
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date March 1995
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
Genre (AAT)
  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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  • Text
Original Item Location ID 2007-023, Box 12, Folder 17
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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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Transcript I Notes Glossy Ibis Typical Plegadis closely observed at 40 feet for 15+ minutes with 40X scope. Brown eye concolor with head. Gray facial skin, bordered above and below with distinct gray lines. Upper line slightly thicker in middle and went overtop of bill. Lower line irregularly curved to base of bill and turned down. Both lines started at front of eye and did not encircle the eye. Both lines were unfeathered gray skin. Brown head with thin white streaks. Green Heron Small dark, short-tailed heron. Dark green body. Rufous neck. White throat. Dark, slightly crested crown. Two at Anahuac NWR east unit. Masked Duck A golden brown and black duck. Blackish crown, golden supercilium. Black eye stripe, golden cheek with second black stripe on it. Dark eye with thin golden eye ring. Dark back with thin gold edging on feathers. Small dark gray bill with lighter gray lower mandible. Two dark facial stripes had slightly irregular edges, straight in some places and rougher in others. Harris Hawk Gray brown body and head. Rufous upper wings and thighs. Yellow bill and legs. Long dark tail with distinct white tip. Fluffy white undertail coverts. Texas City Dike. fila£__Rajl Flushed a very small dark rail that flew weakly. It was slaty gray overall with all dark wings. Immediately saw a bright rufous nape. Very contrasting with the black head and slate gray back. The back was liberally flecked with small white spots. The wings were all dark, rounded and short. The bird went about 20 feet, weakly landed back in the grass and ran mouse-like into a mound of grass. Could not be flushed again. Ladder-backed Woodpecker Small Picodes woodpecker. Black and white barred back. Distinct black facial stripes. Male with a red crown. Harsh "peek" call note. Matagorda and Colorado counties. Least Flycatcher Small Empid. Prominent eye ring, slightly pointed on back. Short primary extension. White throat. Small bill, lower mandible mostly orange-ish. Chambers county. Great Kiskadee Large, chunky flycatcher. Head: black crown with partially visible yellow spot on top. Bold white eyebrow stripe. Bold black eyeline. White throat. Body: bright lemon yellow upper breast, belly, undertail coverts brownish back with primaries, secondaries, wing coverts, conspicuously rufous. Tail mostly rufous brown. Bill heavy, black - almost as long as head. Couch's/Tropical Kingbird Stout flycatcher with bright lemon yellow underparts. Gray crown. Olive back. Dark tail with very slight notch, no white tail feathers. Large bill. No vocalization. Couch's Kingbird Bright lemon yellow breast, belly and vent. Yellow came all the way up to throat Thick, black bill shorter than depth of head. Gray head, lighter on top. Dark patch around eye. Chin and throat almost white. Nape darker gray than top of head. Olive back. Dark brown primaries, edged light. Dark brown tail, feathers edged light, but no white outer tail feathers. Tail feathers all rounded on end. Made overall tail shape somewhat rounded. Single call not, repeated one to four times. Yellow Warbler Bright yellow underparts streaked with orangish on breast and flanks. Thin bill. Olive back. Tail yellow. Little contrast between upper and lower parts. Did not have wingbars. Black-throated Green Warbler Yellow head, black stripe through eye. Bright olive green back and upper tail coverts. Mainly white underneath except for throat and upper sides which were heavily marked black. White spots in tail. Dark wings with two wing bars. Black legs and thin black bill. American Redstart Warbler. Brownish green upper parts, pale underparts. Yellow thick wing patch. Extensive yellow from near base of tail out approximately two-thirds of length. Yellow area just in front of wing-body join extending back a little on the body under the wing. Page 9