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The Spoonbill, Vol. 28, No. 11, March 1980 - Image 14. March 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 16, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/35/show/32.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 28, No. 11, March 1980
Alternative Title The Spoonbill, Vol. XXVIII, No. 11, March 1980
Contributor (Local)
  • Jones, Margaret
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date March 1980
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Ornithology
Subject.Geographic (TGN)
  • Houston, Texas
Genre (AAT)
  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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  • Text
Original Item Location ID 2007-023, Box 11, Folder 7
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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 Page 14 Meadowlark, Western: Galveston—(1)22,PH Blackbird, Red-winged: 17 reports (1-10,000) Blackbird, Rusty: Bear Creek Park—(150)3,C, (500)19,MA,NO, (50)17,BG, (7)21,PH; Sheldon Res. —(50)3,(80)16,BG; E.Harris Co.—T8Tl3,MAu Blackbird, Brewer's: W.Harris Co.—(200)3,C, (100)17,BG, (I0)I9,MA,N0 Grackle, Boat-tailed: Chambers Co. —(10)3, (l6)23,S&SCa, (2)17,TE Grackle, Great-tailed: 6 reports (1-70) Grackle, Common: 10 reports (10-200) Cowbird, Brown-headed: 15 reports (1-2,500) Cardinal: 15 reports (1-100) Bunting, Indigo: Brazoria Co. —(I )24,A&WE Finch, Purple: Houston—(I )7,ES; Elsenhower Pk. — (I2)I6,BG; White Mem. Pk. —(2)17, MAu; Bear Creek Pk.—(2)21,PH Goldfinch, American: II reports (1-35) TOWHEE, GREEN-TAILED: W. Harris Co. —(D3,C ( see notes) Towhee, Rufous-slded: Houston—(l-spotted race)IO,22,WC (White Oak Bayou); Chambers Co. —(1)17,TE Sparrow, Savannah: 15 reports (5-500) Sparrow, Grasshopper: W.Harris Co. — (8_)C (see notes), (2)5,PH; Brazoria Co. — (1)10, MAu; Galveston—(1)22,PH Sparrow, LeConte's: W.Harris Co.—(1)17,BG Sparrow, Seaside: Bolivar—(3)17,TE Sparrow, Vester: 7 reports (1-200) Junco, Dark-eyed (Slate-colored): Elsenhower Pk.—(24)16,BG Sparrow, Chipping: Elsenhower Pk. —(2)3, (20) 16,BG; W.Harris Co.—(35)I7,BG, (24)18, (12)21,PH; Brazoria Co. —(8)24,A&WE Sparrow, Field: Chambers Co. —(DD.TE; Houston—(I )22,24,WC (White Oak Bayou); High Is.-7(2)23,S&SCa Sparrow, Harris': W.Harris Co.—(1)3,C Sparrow, White-crowned: 9 reports (1-150) Sparrow, White-throated: 9 reports (1-50) Sparrow, Fox: W.Harris Co. —(2)3,C, (DI8.PH; Sheldon Res.—(D3,BG Sparrow, Lincoln's: 8 reports (1-15) Sparrow, Swamp: 10 reports (1-10) Sparrow, Song: 4 reports (1-5) CLEARING HOUSE CONTRIBUTORS, FebRUary 1980 MA—Margaret Anderson; MAu—Mike Austin; R&MBr—Ron & Marcla Braun; S&SCa—Steve & Sandy Calver; WC—Wesley Cureton; A&WE—Anne & Wlllard Elston; TE-Ted L. Eubanks Jr.; BG—Bernd Gravenstein; PH—P.D.Hulce, et al; P&MJ—T. Paul & Margaret Jones; DM—David Marrack; PM—Peggy Milstead; NO—Norma Oates—WR—W111 Risser; ES—Eva Spalding; CSU—Col in Summerhayes; B&WE—Bob & Edith Wi I Iman; B—Party of R&MBr, Emory Froelich; C—Party of Fred Collins, TE, Jim Morgan CLEARING HOUSE FIELD NOTES February 1980 ARCTIC LOON: Loon first observed at approx. 50 yed., diving on the bay side of the dike. This particular bird was noticeably smaller in body size and rode lower In the water when surfaced than numerous Common Loons previously observed, and those reasonably nearby. The crown, nape and back to tall were a uniform grayish brown. No light spots were visible on the back at anytime. At certain light angles, the nape appeared quite gray tinged, but this was not confined to a spot. The crown was smoothly rounded and in particular, the forehead sloped gradually to the bill, not abruptly as in Commons. The bill was dark and dagger-like; however It was noticeably less massive relative to the head than In Commons. Those underparts observed from chin to vent were white. Cheeks were white with a change to crown color just below the eye. No lightness could be observed in front of, behind, or above the eye, making the eye appear completely In the darker coloration. The sky was clear and the sun was at about II a.m. position. The bird was observed above water for a total of about 10 minutes with 10x50 binocs and 20-45X scope. —Ron Braun Rough-1 egged Hawk: Large hawk sitting on fence post out In field about 200" from road. Observed with both binocs and scope. Heavy black belly, feathered legs; +all light colored with wide dark terminal band. Streaks on breast; light colored head. —Margaret Anderson Burrowing Owl: Small earless owl with long legs sitting on low limb of bush at the side of Sharp Rd. White "eyebrows", white under chin; spotted sides. Observed for several minutes while perched; when we returned after going farther out In West Harris Co., the bird was still sitting on +he same perch. —Margaret Anderson