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The Spoonbill, Vol. 28, No. 1, May 1979 - Image 1. May 1979. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 22, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/3974/show/3956.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 28, No. 1, May 1979
Alternative Title The Spoonbill, Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, May 1979
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date May 1979
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  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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Original Collection Outdoor Nature Club Records
Digital Collection Outdoor Nature Club Newsletters
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Transcript J? ^jF^ _-, I Volume XXVIII, No. May, 1979 LATE NEWS: Page 17, Rare Bird Alert Listings Page 18, Flsh-eatlng Bird Survey PUBLISHED BY THE ORNITHOLOGY GROUP OF THE OUTDOOR NATURE CLUB, HOUSTON, TEXAS SOMETHING MISSING? The April SPOONBILL lacked a page last month, due to an ironic coincidence. The Editor numbered two s+enclls the same (page 10), and the mimeograph frus+ra+ingly misbehaved, causing much gnashing of teeth and doing and re-doing. Jumping over the painful whys and wherefors, the upshot was that the Clearing House jumped from Scissor-taI led Flycatcher to Louisiana Waterthrush! You will find the missing page (numbered 10-A) Inserted at the end of this issue. Those of you who keep your SPOONBILLS, please detach and Insert that page between pages 10 and II of your copy of the April SPOONBILL. Sorry about that, folks! (The really painful part Is that It cost $70.00 and 2 trips with it to A.B. Dick to get the machine fixed.) SOMETHING ELSE MISSING? Russ Clapper sent In the following notice: FOUND: in good con. itlon at Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge, paperback edition of Birds of North America containing notes of personal value recording "lifers". Owner may call (713) 267-3337 or pick pick up at Anahuac Refuge office (In the town of Anahuac). [Sadly, no name was on this book. Be sure your name and address Is on your field guideU SOMETHING ADDED Included in this Issue Is the first of our up-dated birding maps, a newly drawn and keyed map of West Harris Coun+y. 1+ was prepared and keyed by Ted Eubanks, Jr., who has birded +ha+ area extensively. With development rolling westward in an inexorable lava-like flow, we wonder how soon another up-date will be needed. We suggest you put the map with your field birding guide, so that you will have it with you when you bird this area. Get familiar with West Harris County In all seasons, not just the spectacular winter waterfowl display at Warren Lake! There will be other updated maps in future issues of the SPOONBILL, as well as a new one or +wo. Look for them! COMING EVENTS May 18-19-20: 0G field trip +o Mo Ranch.. Reservations made by the OG have been filled, but check with Jim Morgan, 461 3080, for cancellations or possible additional available reservations. To get there from Kerrvllle, take Hwy 27 to Ingram, then Hwy 39 to Hunt, then FM l3-'0 to Mo Ranch. May 26-27-28-: OG picnic on Saturday, May 26, at the Li++le Thicket Nature Sanctuary. Come early (as early as Friday night, if you wish), stay late, or stay for the entire weekend. Bring food, water, binoculars and walking shoes! On Sunday there will be a grand demolition of the rotting "pie house", so bring muscles and crowbars, etc. This is a much needed project that the OG Is undertaking, and we need your help. We've had a hustling, bustling migration this spring, now let's go to the Sanctuary and see some nesting birds amidst quiet woodlands. The lovely song of the nesting Swainson's warbler is one of many bird songs you will hear (you might even get to see one of the elusive little creatures). Those new members who have never been there are urged to attend this annual get-together and see what a jewel of wilderness the Outdoor Nature Club has. To reach the Ll+tle Thicket, take 1-45 north to Willis, turn right on FM 1097, right again on FM 150, then right again on FM 945, go 2 miles to gate on left (gate Is set back from road, drive winds around to it). June 26-30: Spring Branch I.S.D.'s Continuing Education Dept. Is having a Natural History Tour to Big Bend, guided by Randy Beavers, director, and Charles Peterson, Asst. director of the Environmental Science Center (and ONC-OG members). This sounds like a winner....carefully planned and pre-run. Registration Is May 15-16, space Is limited, call 464-1511, Ext. 304 or 305, or call 465-9628 for fuller details. ^ f .'