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The Spoonbill, Vol. 32, No. 6 - 7, June - July 1983 - Image 6. June 1983 - July 1983. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. June 20, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/4193/show/4190.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 32, No. 6 - 7, June - July 1983
Alternative Title The Spoonbill, Vol. XXXII, No. 6 - 7, June - July 1983
Contributor (LCNAF)
  • Robison, B. C.
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date June 1983 - July 1983
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  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
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Transcript Warbler, Wilson'si Bolivar--(l)lO,E| White Oak Bayou—(1)11,21,22... .see notes. Warbler, Canadai Galv—(2)3.JMi (2)l6,Mj (10)8,(1)10,J; (l)7,TEJ[ (l)22, TKJi Houston—(1)1,MK) (1-2)8-20,(3)21,W0| High Island—(22)3,PVj (l) 8,T| Bolivar—(2)1,B] Clear Lake City—(l)ll,MA| Galv. Co—(2)7,R Kedstart, Americani Galv—(75)3,JMj (10)9,J| (125J7,TEJ| (1)22,TEJ| Brazoria Co—(l)7,Pi High lelana—(12)3,PV; W.Harris Co—(2)15,Hi Clear lake City—(1)1,(2)11,MA| Friendswood—(2)3,11,MAi Bear Creek Pk—(l) 7,M»| Bolivar—(l)15,MA; (25)8,T| (45)10,E| (3)l.Rf Galv. Co--(76)l6,M| (75)7,PVi Chambers Co—(l5)7,TG> Houston—(l)l,WCi (1)3.(3)19.WC Sparrow, Housei 10 reports (4-100) Bobollnki Galv— (l)3,JM| (20)4,KA| (1)10,Ei (20)7,G Blackbird, Yellow-headedi Chambers Co—(15)7,H Meadowlark, Eastern I 9 reports (1-100) Blackbird, Red-wingedi 8 reports (100-2800) Oriole, Orohardi Chambers Co—(200)7,TE| 11 other reports (1-35) Oriole, Northern (Baltimore)i 19 reports (1-200) Blackbird. Brewer'si Bear Creek Pk—(5)7,MA. ..notes needed Grackle, Boat-tailed i 8 reports (1-100) Grackle, Great-tailed i 11 reports (15-100) Grackle, Common: 11 reports (2-150) Cowbird, Brown-headed i 10 reports (2-50) Cowbird, Bronzed! Houston—(1)27.WC Tanager, Western! Galv—(1)3,JMi (1)7,PV Tanager, Scarlet! Galv—(3)3,JM| (30)5,J| (l)7,TBJ| Chambers Co—(5)7.BBi High Island—(2)3,PV| (l)l,T| Galv. CO"(4)7,BK| Friendswood—(1)3,MA| Clear Lake City—(2)11,M*| Bolivar—(2)8,Ti (l5)l0,Ei (3)1,Rj White Oak Bayou—(l)?,WC Tanager, Summeri 18 reports (1-20) Cardinal! 13 reports (2-100) Grosbeak, Rose-breastedi 19 reports (1-30) Grosbeak, Blue! Galv—(75)3,JMi (15)l6,Mi (20)5,Ji (2)7,TEJ| Brazoria Co—(12)7,P| Clear Lake City—(l)l,MA| Bollvar~(l)l5,MAi (3)10,Ei Galv Co—(9)7,D| Chambers Co—(6)7,TE Bunting, Indigo i 15 reports (1-200) Bunting, Painted! Galv—(20)3,JMi (l5)l6,Mi (5)7,TEJ) Brazoria Co—(5)7,D High Island—(1)3,PV| (1)8,T| W.Harris Co—(l)15,R; Armand Bayou—(6)1, MA; Bolivar—(l)10,E| (1)1,Ri Galv. Co—(5)7,D| Chambers Co—(3)7.TE Dickcisseli 15 reports (1-200) Goiarinch. AmerlcanT~Houst6n--(i)l.R.. .notes needed Towhee, Rufous-sldedi W.Galv—(l)Aprll 22.Davld Dauphin; Seabrook—(l fm) April 23 .HP Sparrow, Savannahi Galv—(6)3,JM| (l)l6,Mj (3)7,TEJ| W.Harris Co—(5)7,MA Bolivax—(l)8,Ti (l)l0,Bi (l)l,R| Brazoria Co—(22)7,Pi Galv. Co—(1)7, T| Chambers Co—(3)7,TE Sparrow, LeConte'si W.Harris Co—(7)7.MA...notes submitted Sparrow, Sharp-tailed! Bolivar—(4)7,NP,R Sparrow, Seaside! Galveston—(1)7,TEJ Sparrow, Larki High Island—(2)1,T Sparrow, Chipping! W.Galv— (2)4,J.,.notes needed; (l)7,TEJ.. .see notes Sparrow, White-crownedi High Island—(1)3,PVi W.Harris Co—(l)7,MA Sparrow, White-throatedi Galv—(1)3,JM| Brazoria Co—(2)7,D Sparrow, Lincoln's! Galv--(2)3,JM> Galv. Co—(l)7,Ti White Oak Bayou— (1)3,»C Sparrow, Swampi Chambers Co—(l)7,BK,. .notes needed Sparrow. Song! Chambers Co—(1)7,BK.. .notes needed CH CONTRIBUTORS - May, 1983 BB—Bob Behrstock) BK—Beverly Knighti BT—Baxt * Michelle Tookeri CD- Carolyn Dill| D—Arch & Ruth Dillard, Tom & Sherry Collins, Ann Atkins; DW—Doyle 4 Diane Wise; B—Jim Morgan, Bob Behrstock, David Matsoni G—Gene Heltzman, Valerie Middaugh; H—Elric, Doris, 4 Heath McHenryi HH—Mr. * Mrs. H; M. High; J—John 4 Jane Hamilton, Linda Snyder, Faye Humphrey, Carolyn Killian, Allen Mueller; JJ—Dr. 4 Mrs. Jeremy Meyer * Jill; JM—Jim Morgan; K—Marion £ Sue Krug; LG—Linda Graetz, Bob Behrstock! M—Jim Morgan, Ted Eubanks, Jr; MA—Mike Austin; MK—Mark Kulstadi NP—Noel Pettingell i P—Warren Pruess, Jim Renfro, Tom Taroni; PM—Peggy Hllstead; R—Don & Lee Richardson, Gil - Linda Douglas; S—Bob 4 Carol Smither; T—Robert Thacker, Sam Fruehling; TB—Ted 4 Mary Eubanks; TEJ — Ted Eubanks, Jr, i TG—Thurman 4 Jimmie Green, Warren - Galle Hardwick, Sev. Eldon 4 Mary Reed, Joe 4 Ruby Ward; W—George 4 Charlene Wilson; WC—Wesley Cureton WOOD STORK i heavy, large white birds with black tails, primaries and secondaries. Rough brown heads. Dark, heavy, large beaks. Seen overhead in good light. David Dauphin, John Penhallurick, Ed Rozenburg. Lesser nighthawk! seen feeding low over pond at dusk as close as 10 ft. These birds were silent, but at the same time I could hear a common nlghthawk calling from high overhead. One of these three birds had the brownish upperparts and buffy indistinct wing bands of a typical female, while the other two had pure white wing bars that were clearly closer to the wingtips than those of the common nighthawk. The three birds' flight was noticeably more graceful and buoyant than that of the common nlghthawk, and none of them ever flew higher than 20 ft. - - Noel Pettingell. TROPICAL/COUCH'S KINGBIRD! dark, wide flycatcher beak. Gray head. Olive back and tail. Light throat. Yellow breast, belly and crissum. Tail notched with no white at all. Observed on wire for 15 mins. with binocs. - - David Dauphin, John Penhallurick, Ed Rozenburg. SULFUR-BELLIED FLYCATCHBRi size of mockingbird. Prominent black stripe through eye and black whisker stripe. Pure white above eyestripe. A white triangle between eyestripe and whiskerstripe. Top of head streaked with brown. Eyes black. Straight black kingbird-type bill. Tail very bright rufous. Back and nape brown-streaked. Throat white between whisker stripes. Upper breast dirty white with very heavy streaks. Belly and undertail coverts pale yellow. Wings dull brown with faint white wingbars. White streaks in secondaries very noticeable. Made no noises. Seen three times during a period of about 2 hrs. for a total of 6y mins. with binocs. Perched 10-20 ft. on bare branches. Flew up to catch insects as well as down to pick them off weeds. I have seen both this species and the piratic flycatcher several times in Mexico and the streaked flycatcher in Tobago. Identification as sulphur-bellied based on bright rufous tail, heavy breast streaks, pale yellow belly and undertail coverts, and very distinct black and white face pattern. - - Peter Vennema. ASH-THROATED FLYCATCHER! bird called. Slightly smaller than nearby great crested. Small dark beak. Olive back. Rufous in tail and primaries. Pale yellow-white-gray dingy breast and be_l_v Very, very pale throat. Seen at 10-ftO ft. in excellent light with binocs for 5 mins. — David Dauphin, John Penhallurick, Ed Rozenburg. Philadelphia Vireo i This rather delicate vireo was observed feeding in the live oak at Old House on Galveston Island. Generally gray-green above, white with a yellow wash below, whitish eyeline and dark lores noted. Observed in excellent light from as close as 30 feet with 10X binoculars for 30 seconds. I believe this to be a new late spring departure date for the UTC. - - Ted Eubanks, Jr. WILSON'S WARBLERi small yellow warbler with greenish back and black cap. Apparently never before recorded during 4th week in May. — Wesley Cure- ton. Chipping Sparrowi This clear-breasted sparrow was observed perched on a barbed wire fence In the Indian Trails subdivision on West Galveston Island; generally brown above with white wing bars, whitish beneath, black eyeline bordered above by a white stripe off setting a bright rufous crown. Observed for 30 seconds in excellent light with 10X binoculars. - - Ted Eubanks, Jr. FIELDNOTES - May, 1983 Least grebei judged to be smaller than Pled-billed. Body nearly unlform- ly black, but not as black as coot. Head also dark without tufts or crest. Byes red. Bill small, thin, short, black in color, and without curves or tilt. Neck short, but not slender. Flew scuttling across pond, feet extending behind body and dipping in water as it flew. Very stubby tail. Watched for 10 mins. with binocs. - - Carolyn Dill - -