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The Spoonbill, Vol. 41, No. 10, October 1992 - Image 7. October 1992. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 6, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/3489/show/3487.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 41, No. 10, October 1992
Alternative Title The Spoonbill, Vol. XLI, No. 10, October 1992
Contributor (Local)
  • Mueller Boyce, Judith
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date October 1992
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 11
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Digital Collection Outdoor Nature Club Newsletters
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Repository Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries
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Transcript Tern, Least Tern, Black Skimmer, Black Dove, Rock Dove, White-wingd Dove, Mourning Dove, Inca Ground-Dove, Comm Cuckoo, Yel-billd Owl, Great Horned Owl, Barred Nighthawk, Common Chuck-wills-widow Swift, Chimney Hunaer, Buf-belly Hummer, Ruby-thrt Hummer, Rufous Kingfisher, Beltd Wdpeckr, Red-head Wdpeckr, Red-bell Wdpeckr, Downy Flicker, Northern Wdpeckr, Pileated Flycatch, Olv-sid Wood-Pewee, East Flycatch, Yel-bel Flycatch, Flycatch, Flycatch, Kingbird, Kingbird, Flycatch, "Trail" Least Gr Crst Western Eastern Ss-tail Lark, Horned Martin. Purple SwaTloBpTree Swallow, N R-wing Swallow, Bank Swallow, Cliff Swallow, Barn Jay, Blue Crow, American Chickadee, Carol Titmouse, Tufted. Uren, Carolina Wren, House Gnatcach, Blu-gra Mockingbird, N Thrasher, Brown Shrike, Loggerhed Starling, Euro Vireo, White-eyed Vireo, Red-eyed Uarb, Yellow Uarb, Blk-and-wht Redstart, Amer Uarb, Connecticut Uarb, Mourning Yellowthroat, Com Uarb, Hooded Uarb, Uilson's Uarb, Canada Tanager, Summer Cardinal, Northrn Grosbeak, Blue Bunting, indigo Bunting, Painted 5-19 4/460 GA-3/450 JE-1/10 6-30 4/927 CH-1/12 GA-3/915 6-30 4/501 U-1/150 CH-1/1 GA-2/350 13-30 7/100 U-2/56 CH-2/6 GA-2/37 JE-1/1 14-30 4/4 CH-AUM(1)14,G; CH-(1)21,G; CH-<1)30,G; GA-(1)30,B; 5-30 23/718 U-2/130 CH-8/134 GA-4/20 HA-2/106 JE-7/328 5-30 8/14 U-1/2 CH-2/2 HA-2/4 JE-3/6 5-30 3/5 BR-1/3 HA-1/1 JE-1/1 5-30 2/2 GA-HI(1)30,JU; HA-(1)5,PTF 30-30 1/1 U-(1)30,B 30-30 1/1 U-(1)30,B 6-30 5/7 CH-3/4 GA-2/3 19-30 2/3 BR-SB(2)30,B; GA-HI(1)19,JU 5-30 9/116 U-2/21 CH-4/81 JE-3/14 22-22 1/1 CH-CD22.FF 1-30 16/91 U-1/9 CH-6/46 GA-1/1 HA-3/20 JE-5/15 14-14 1/1 CH-AUM(1)14,G 6-30 12/28 U-2/10 CH-8/15 GA-2/3 12-12 1/1 HA-(1)12,PD 14-30 8/18 U-2/6 CH-5/11 JE-1/1 19-24 3/4 U-1/1 CH-1/2 HA-1/1 23-30 5/7 U-1/1 CH-3/5 JE-1/1 19-30 2/4 CH-(2)19,GS; CH-(2)30,JU 19-19 1/1 CH-(1)19,GS 14-25 5/8 U-1/1 CH-4/7 12-12 1/1 HA-(1)12,PD 30-30 1/1 U-(1)30,B 30-30 1/1 U-(1)30,B 14-30 3/4 U-1/1 CH-2/3 30-30 1/1 GA-(1)30,B 5-25 12/223 CH-6/151 GA-3/12 JE-3/60 5-30 18/154 U-2/28 CH-9/82 GA-2/4 HA-1/4 JE-4/36 6-30 4/14 U-1/1 GA-3/13 -14-.25 3j_14 CH-3/14 6'30 ^13/2458 CH-9/2390 GA-1/4 JE-3/64 14-30 6/424 U-2/9 CH-4/415 14-30 3/12 CH-3/12 19-30 6/736 U-1/12 CH-5/724 6-30 17/2026 U-2/70 CH-8/1837 GA-3/27 HA-1/6 JE-3/86 5-30 18/102 U-2/29 CH-7/32 GA-2/6 HA-1/5 JE-6/30 5-30 10/114 U-2/50 CH-5/56 HA-1/4 JE-2/4 19-30 3/11 U-2/10 HA-1/1 19-30 2/13 U-(5)19,DR; U-(8)30,B 12-30 7/20 U-2/15 CH-3/3 HA-2/2 30-30 1/1 U-(1)30,B 14-30 9/254 U-2/12 CH-6/217 GA-1/25 5-30 18/197 U-2/41 CH-7/72 GA-1/7 HA-2/17 JE-6/60 14-30 4/15 U-1/5 CH-2/4 GA-1/6 5-30 21/317 U-2/29 CH-9/127 GA-3/11 JE-7/150 12-30 15/1004 U-2/120 CH-7/475 GA-1/15 HA-2/112 JE-3/282 19-30 2/8 U(7)19,DR; U-(1)30,B 19-19 1/1 U-(1)19,DR 14-14 1/1 CH-AWM(1)14,G 19-30 3/9 U-2/8 CH-1/1 30-30 2/4 U-<3)30,B; GA-HI(1)30,JU 29-29 1/1 HA-(1)29,G 23-23 1/1 CH-(1)23,OGA 30-30 1/2 U-(2)30,B 30-30 1/1 GA-HI(1)30,JW 23-30 2/4 U-(1)30,B; CH-(3)23,OGA 5-19 2/2 HA-(1)5,PTF; U-(1)19,DR 30-30 1/1 GA-HI(1)30,JU 5-30 12/86 U-2/40 CH-6/35 GA-2/7 JE-2/4 5-30 8/15 U-2/3 CH-4/4 HA-1/6 JE-1/2 23-30 3/12 CH-2/11 JE-1/1 30-30 1/2 GA-HI(2)30,JU Dickcisset 23-25 2/11 CH-(9)23,0GA; CH-<2)25,G Sparrow, Seaside 6-19 2/5 GA-(4)6,JU; GA-(1)19,JU Blackbird, Red-wg 19-30 8/2200 U-2/80 CH-5/2095 HA-1/25 Meadowlark, East 5-30 9/21 U-1/12 CH-2/2 GA-1/1 HA-1/2 JE-4/4 Blackbird, Yel-hd 30-30 1/1 CH-(1)30,G Grackle, Gr-tail 6-30 12/781 U-1/20 CH-5/626 GA-5/70 HA-1/65 Grackle, Bt-tail 13-30 4/108 U-1/40 GA-2/63 JE-1/5 Grackle, Conmon 6-30 12/12717 U-2/300 CH-5/11362 HA-2/220 JE-3/835 Cowbird, Brn-head 5-30 10/1681 U-1/200 CH-6/1312 JE-3/169 Oriole, Orchard 5-14 2/9 CH-AUM(8)14,G; JE-(1)5,JW Oriole, Northern 14-25 2/35 CH-AWM(34)14,G; CH-(1)25,G Sparrow, House 5-30 7/131 U-1/12 CH-1/8 HA-1/75 JE-4/36 TOTAL INDIVIDUALS: 74900 Other birds reported that need notes were: Solitary vireo and Savannah sparrow. LIST OF OBSERVER COOES: P. D. Hulce, Don Francis (B); Don & Lee Richardson (DR); Paul & Tess Fagala (FF); Gail Luckner (G); Gail Luckner, Steve Matherly (GS); John Uhittle (JU); M. L. & Ellen Owens (MO); OG Field Trip/ Gail Luckner(OGA); P. D. Hulce (PD); Phyllis & Tony Frank (PTF); P. D. Hulce, Rob Van Zandt, Don Francis (X) LIST OF LOCATION CODES: Abshier Uildlife Management Area (AUM); Bolivar Flats (BF); High Island (HI); San Bernard NUR (SB); Smith Point (SM); Texas City Dike (TCD); Yacht Basin Road (YBR) Least Grebe - P.D. Hulce, et al September 24, 1992 Noticeably smaller than several nearby Pied-billed Grebes. Slate-gray body and head, dark gray crown, black bill, bright yellow-gold eye. Some whitish undertail feathers. Located on private city property just south of Loop 610. Originally discovered by Van Zandt a number of days earlier: Buff-bellied Hummingbird - Paul and Tess Fagala September 22, 1992 Observed in backyard of residence in Chambers county coming to a feeder with Ruby-throated Hummingbirds. Observed near the hackberry and elm trees on an overcast day with Zeiss 7X35 binoculars. Voice was heard near the feeder - a clicking noise. A hummingbird with an orange bill, larger than Ruby-throated Hummingbird with green throat, rufous tail, and buff belly. Color print photograph of bird was submitted. Connecticut Uarbler - G. 0. Luckner September 29, 1992 At 2:40 pm, an adult male Connecticut Uarbler was sighted at a birdbath in Crosby, east Harris county. The bird was seen through a window in very good light from a distance of approximately 20 feet with 10X42 binoculars over about a two-minute period. Clear skies; wind northeast 10-15 mph; temperature about 80 degrees. The following account is taken from field notes and sketch and memory. No photographs were obtained. Bird was observed at birdbath/feeding station located near a mature pecan tree under which is planted a fairly dense ground cover of azaleas, mums, impatiens, and other herbaceous plants. A low-growing trumpet vine partially surrounds a small, two-tiered drip birdbath. The feeding station is comprised of hanging sunflower seed feeders, suet feeders, and a huimingbird feeder. The inconspicuous birdbath had proven to be particularly appealing to the shyer passerines. At about 2:40 pm, a small, yellowish bird, which registered immediately as a warbler, flew into the tangle of vine near the birdbath. Bird was observed as it approached and drank from the birdbath. During the minute or so it took to get camera, the bird disappeared and could not be relocated despite an hour of searching the property. A relatively, large, plump, short-tailed warbler with a complete, evenly dark gray hood. Throat pale gray.