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The Spoonbill, Vol. 32, No. 4 - 5, April - May 1983 - Image 1. April 1983 - May 1983. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 13, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/4570/show/4560.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 32, No. 4 - 5, April - May 1983
Alternative Title The Spoonbill, Vol. XXXII, No. 4 - 5, April - May 1983
Contributor (LCNAF)
  • Robison, B. C.
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date April 1983 - May 1983
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  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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Transcript 3"% SPOOl^ILL ^... VOLUME XXXII, NO. APRIL, MAY, 1983 h, 5 SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR A SPECIAL TRIP APLOMADO FALCON, PARROTS, TROGONS, TOUCANS, HONEYCREEPERS, EUPHONIAS. How do you like those? Now how would you like to be able to see those and many many more wonderful birds, see them with highly experienced birder guides, and see them at a non- exorbitant price? The Piney Woods Wildlife Society is going to Palenque, Mexico. And we want you to join us. We'll leave on August 15 and return August 21. That will give us 5h days of beautiful birding. We Ml be in birding habitat 100% of the time: forest, savannah, marsh. And we'll be led by two of the best fellows you could hope to join forces with in Mexico: Ben Feltner and Bob Behrstock. The weather will be warm and humid: a high in the mid 80's, and a probable hour-long afternoon rain shower each day. But we Ml get hours and hours of birding in every day, tropical rain forest birding full of brilliant colors and jungle sounds. With fall migration, the trip should net 150-200 species easily. And it gets better. The special cost on this PWWS trip is only $695 per person, double occupancy. That includes everything (airfare from Houston and all) but meals. And you'll be hard-pressed to spend $50 per person on your total week-long food Mil. The trip has a limited number of spaces available. A number of them are already reserved. If you want to reserve a space for yourself, send a deposit of $50 made out to PWWS, to Randi Clark, PWWS, North Harris County College, 2700 W. Thome Dr., Houston, Texas 77073. If you want additional information, call me at the College (443-6640, Ext. 212) or at home (350-5599) and I'll be happy to give you further details. If you have wanted to go to Mexico or other parts of Central America to bird, you have probably already checked regular tour prices. Going with the PWWS will save you literally hundreds of dollars. And think of the great company you Ml be in. PUBLISHED BY THE ORNITHOLOGY GROUP, OUTDOOR NATURE CLUB, HOUSTON, TX. B.C. ROBINSON, ED LETTER TO THE EDITOR Mr. Randy Pinkston Spoonbi11 5447 Kuldell Houston, TX "77096 Dear Mr. Pinkston: Congratulations are in order for Gov. Mark White, Sen. Ted Lyon of Rockwall and Rep. Fred Agnich for their successful efforts in passage of the Texas Wildlife Conservation Act of 1983. Not to be forgotten is Texans for Wildlife Conservation, whose members include the more than 800 sportsmen's clubs in Texas. The group was formed to promote passage of the act, which would not have been possible without their devotion and sacrifice of time and energy. The act gives the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department statewide authority for wildlife management and eliminates locally specialized wildlife laws previously in effect in 116 Texas counties. The Texas Wildlife Conservation Act at last enables the Parks and Wildlife Department to manage our state's wildlife resources on a scientific basis statewide. In my opinion, it is the most far reaching wildlife conservation legislation ever passed in the state. Generations to come of outdoor enthusiasts and sportsmen truly owe Governor White, Senator Lyon, Representative Agnich and Texans for Wildlife Conservation a debt of thanks. Sincerely, Ed L. Cox, Jr. Vice Chairman, Texas Parks & Wildlife Commission PAN AMERICAN SHOREBIRD PROGRAM Each spring millions of shorebirds migrate northward from South America to breeding grounds in the U.S. and continued on page 5