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The Spoonbill, Vol. 42, No. 10, October 1993 - Image 7. October 1993. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 7, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/332/show/328.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 42, No. 10, October 1993
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  • Mueller Boyce, Judith
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date October 1993
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  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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Transcript CLEARING HOUSE SEPTEMBER 1993 Editors: Phyllis and Tony Frank A total of 204 species were reported, including 4 hummingbird species and 27 warbler species. The report of Tropical Parula is the first in five years. For those of you not familiar with fall migration on the UTC, the species distribution is different than in the spring. Hummingbirds seem to be present in greater numbers than in the spring (mostly Ruby-throated Hummingbirds). It is the best time of year to see Mourning Warbler and Canada Uarbler on the UTC. These species are present in greater numbers than typically found in the spring. Plan a trip next September to see these birds. Wintering species such as geese, ducks and cranes will be present in November. Fields in far eastern and western Harris county as well as Chambers and Waller counties will be good viewing areas. The updated map, prepared by P.D. Hulce and available from the OG, gives many good locations in western Harris and Waller counties. For a challenge, you can also check for arriving wintering sparrow species. Many thanks to everyone who submitted reports and documentation. Reports for next month are due by November 3rd, but early reports are welcomed. Readers are reminded that all decisions regarding checklist status are made by the checklist committe. Publication of a rarity does not imply acceptance of the record by the editors or the committee. The CH format remains the same this month. The listing uses the following format: bird name, early late dates, reports/total and summary by county or detailed listing. The format of the county summary is as follows: county designation - number of reports/number of birds. The detailed listing format is as follows: county-(number of birds) day, observer code. Very rare birds are underlined. Birds with no previous record on date or vagrant status appear in bold. Birds new to the checklist are capitalized and underlined. Please remember to submit notes on all those good birds. And with all the reminders completed - on to the birds. Grebe, Pied-bill 4-28 7/53 BR-1/6 CH-6/47 Pelican, Amer Wht 5-29 12/447 CH-1T/441 GA-1/6 Pelican, Brown 4-29 12/440 CH-9/235 GA-3/205 Corm, Dbl-crested 16-29 9/97 CH-7/56 GA-1/40 JE-1/1 Corm, Neotropical 5-29 10/220 CH-4/60 GA-2/105 JE-4/55 Anhinga 16-29 4/637 CH-4/637 Frigatebird, Magn 5-29 8/280 U-(240)13,PS; CH-SP(13)5,G; CH-SP(1)16,G; CH-SP(4)18,G; CH-(10)24,G; CH-(3)26,JJW; CH-(3)29,LS; CH-(6)29,G Bittern, American 4-4 1/2 CH-AW(2)4,MTD Bittern, Least 6-6 1/7 BR-(7)6,WP Heron, Great Blue 1-30 21/111 U-1/4 BR-1/5 CH-14/65 GA-1/3 JE-4/34 Egret, Great 1-29 22/467 U-1/85 BR-1/26 CH-14/307 GA-2/18 JE-4/31 Egret, Snowy 1-29 16/260 U-1/60 BR-1/17 CK-9/124 GA-2/31 JE-3/28 Heron, Little Blu 1-29 13/183 U-1/35 BR-1/23 CH-9/123 JE-2/2 Heron, Tricolored 4-28 11/29 U-1/4 BR-1/10 CH-5/9 GA-1/2 JE-3/4 Egret, Reddish 4-28 7/19 U-1/6 BR-1/2 GA-2/8 JE-3/3 Egret, Cattle 1-29 19/2434 U-1/100 BR-1/43 CH-12/1690 JE-5/601 Heron, Grn-backed 1-28 9/39 U-1/6 BR-1/1 CH-4/21 GA-1/8 JE-2/3 Nt-Heron, Blk-crn 4-13 3/30 U-1/1 BR-1/9 GA-1/20 Nt-Heron, Yel-crn 4-25 3/12 GA-1/10 JE-2/2 Ibis, White 1-29 18/1327 U-1/60 BR-1/11 CH-12/1211 GA-1/30 JE-3/15 Ibis, White-faced 3-29 15/337 U-1/20 BR-1/7 CH-11/294 JE-2/16 Spoonbill, Roseat 4-29 12/287 BR-1/16 CH-6/129 GA-1/130 JE-4/12 Stork, Wood 4-28 9/255 BR-(5)6,WP; CH-AW(12)4,MTD; CH-(100)10,PTF; CH-SP(55)16,G; CH-SP(17)18,G; CH-(6)24,G; CH-SP(55)28,X; GA-HI(1)13,PS; JE-(4)6,MM Whsl-Duck, Fulvs 4-13 2/52 CH-AW(40)4,MTD; CH-AW(12)13,PS Whsl-Duck, Blk-bd 6-6 1/5 BR-(5)6,WP Goose. Snow 24-24 1/200 CH-(200)24,G Duck, Wood 6-6 1/2 BR-(2)6,WP 2/26 BR-(2)6,WP; CH-(24)24,G 8/234 U-1/15 BR-1/23 CH-5/192 JE- 7/402 U-1/30 BR-1/108 CH-4/262 Teal, Green-wing 6-24 Duck, Mottled 6-29 1/4 Teal, Blue-winged 4-28 JE-1/2 Shoveler, Northrn 28-28 1/1 CH-AW(1)28,X Vulture, Black 1-29 14/152 U-1/4 BR-1/3 CH-11/141 JE- 1/4 1-29 20/243 U-1/20 BR-1/14 CH-12/169 JE-6/40 5-29 10/14 BR-1/1 CH-7/11 JE-2/2 Kite. Am Swl-tail 24-25 2/4 CH-(2)24,G; CH-SP(2)25,G Kite, Blk-shouldr 4-28 7/15 U-1/2 BR-1/2 CH-2/6 GA-2/4 JE-1/1 Kite, Mississippi 3-29 11/174 BR-1/3 CH-6/159 JE-4/12 Harrier, Northern 6-29 8/21 BR-1/2 CH-7/19 16-29 7/106 CH-SP(3)16,G; CH-SP(25)18,G; CH-(25)24,G; CH-(21)26,JJW; CH-SP(1)28,X; CH-(15)29,LS; CH-(16)29,G 5-29 10/97 CH-SP(1)5,G; CH-SP(5)16,G; CH-SP(20)18,G; CH-(8)24,G; CH-(1)26,JJW; CH-(7)27,LS; CH-(3)27,LS; CH-SP(10)28,X; CH-(28)29,LS; CH-(14)29,G 6-29 9/19 BR-1/2 CH-7/15 JE-T/Z 5-29 11/2759 CH-SP(18)5,G; CH-(1)13,PS; CH-SP(2413)16,G; CH-SP(89)18,G; CH-(21)24,G; CH-(38)26,JJW; CH-(34)27,LS; CH-SP(100)28,X; CH-(36)29,LS; CH-(8)29,G; JE-(1)11,OGFT 9-29 2/2 CH-(1)29,LS; JE-(1)9,JW 6-6 1/2 BR-(2)6,WP 6-29 7/11 BR-(1)6,WP; CH-(2)24,G; CH-(2)26,JJU; CH-(1)27,LS; CH-(2)29,G; JE-(2)9,JW; JE-(1)11,0GFT 6-6 1/2 BR-(2)6,WP 5-29 11/64 CH-8/52 GA-1/1 JE-2/11 18-29 5/12 CH-SP(1)18,G; CH-(3)24,G; CH-(5)26,JJW; CH-(2)29,G; GA-HI(1)28,A Falcon, Peregrine 24-29 4/7 CH-(2)24,G; CH-(2)26,JJW; CH-(1)29,LS; CH-(2)29,G Bobwhite, Northrn 6-28 4/10 U-1/6 BR-1/2 CH-2/2 Rail, Clapper 4-29 7/22 U-1/3 BR-1/2 CH-2/2 GA-t/9 JE-2/6 Rail, King 24-27 3/4 CH-3/4 Rait. Virginia 6-6 1/1 JE-(1)6,MM Gallinule, Purple 4-28 5/26 CH-5/26 Moorhen, Conmon 4-28 8/586 U-1/50 BR-1/38 CH-4/484 JE-2/14 Coot, American 6-28 3/12 U-1/2 BR-1/4 CH-1/6 Plover, Blk-belli 4-28 6/202 BR-1/6 CH-1/6 GA-3/182 JE-1/8 Plover, Snowy 4-4 1/1 GA-BF(1)4,MTD Plover, Wilson's 6-13 2/17 BR-(2)6,WP; GA-BF(15)13,PS 13-28 2/140 GA-BF(100)13,PS; GA-BF(40)28,A 4-28 3/61 GA-3/61 1-28 13/149 U-1/75 BR-1/12 CH-7/50 GA-1/2 JE-3/10 Oystercatcher, Am 13-29 2/27 U-1/25 CH-1/2 Stilt, Black-neck 5-28 8/132 U-1/30 BR-1/13 CH-3/64 JE- 3/25 Avocet, American 5-26 5/61 U-1/20 CH-1/2 JE-3/39 Yellowlegs, Great 5-26 6/38 U-1/12 BR-1/7 CH-2/7 JE-2/12 Vulture, Turkey Osprey Hawk, Sharp-shin Hawk, Cooper's Hawk, Red-shouldr Hawk, Broad-wingd Hawk, Swainson's Hawk, White-taiId Hawk, Red-tailed Caracara, Crested Kestrel, American Merlin Plover, Semipalm Plover, Piping Killdeer