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The Spoonbill, Vol. 48, No. 3, March 1999 - Image 1. March 1999. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 9, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/5127/show/5123.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 48, No. 3, March 1999
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date March 1999
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Transcript OG Activities in April MiiiriiNc; PucxiitAM Birds of Manu Park John Arvin. The talk is set for Monday, April 7, at the Baylands Community Center, 6400 Bissonett (just west of Hillcroft) at 7 PM. -Lkakninc CoKNt'lt" Fiici.n Trip: April 10,1999 Spring Migration at High Island and Anahuac NWR lead by David Sarkozi. Meet at the Visitor Contact Station at Anahuac NWR at 9:00 AM. Well bird the Willows at Anahuac NWR then onto the main course High Island. You will either need a 1999 High Island Patch or to purchase a day pass to the High Island Sanctuaries. Wear good shoes because we're going to bird all day. 713-520-5906 for information. April 17,1999 Spring Migration in Brazoria County has been cancded due to a conflict with the Migration Cdebration and the spring TOS meeting. March 1999 Volume 48, No. 3 BioBHtz BioBlitz at Anahuac NWR, May 15th, 1999. Join the Friend of Anahuac Refuge while we try to identify 500 species of living things in a single 24 hours period. Whatever your specialty - Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, or Shells, we need your hdp, contact David Sarkozi at dsarkozi@flash.net 713-520-5906 or Michele Harmon at michde_liannon@mail.fws.gov 409-267-3337, http:// tex_sbirding.simpleoct.com/FOAR/ Clearinghouse David Sarkozi send reports to: dsarkozi@flash.net 111 Welch Apartment B Houston, TX 77006 (713) 520-5906 February is just not a very birdy month I'm afraid, that and most of us have a lot to do getting ready for spring migration. Speaking of spring migration, I've got the new report form finished, it will be available at the next OG meeting, or if you can't make it or can't wait you can download it and print it out with the Adobe Acrobat Reader (free from www.adobe.com) from htrp://texasbirding.simplenetcom/hog/report.pdf One hundred forty-two (142) species reported this month for a total of 13892 individuals. Green-winged Teal was the most common with 2023 reported. Please keep those reports coming either by mail or e-mail. I hope to be able to distribute a new dearinghouse report from at the next OG meeting. That form will be based on the 8th edition of the checklist. If you send reports by e-mail I prefer to receive them in this format species,date,county,locauon,count,observer You can turn in several reports at once, even for more than one observer. The format this month is birds that are common or abundant for the entire month in the 7th edition of the checklist show the number of birds reported and the number of reports. All other species are in this format species month/day county(location) count observer. Birds listed in bold are either listed 19 very rare for the month or have not yet been documented for that month/week, notes are required for those birds for the checklist committee.