^ ^ Page 15
*Mrs. C.W. Norman, 112 Cypress, Lake Jackson 77566
*Mrs. Judy Kay Novak, 105 Tarpon, Galveston 77550
*Mr. Larry Peavler, 5531 Fenmore Road, Indianapolis, Ind. 46208
*Mrs. John Read (Jean), 1670 King Arthur Ct., Orange, 77630 — 883-9744
*Mr. Jon Richert, 122 No. Main, Elizabethtown, Ky. 42701
*Mrs. James Swartz (Pat)13618 Burning Tree, Corpus Christl 78410
Change of address:
Miss Margaret E. Anderson, 5445 Braes Valley #706,Hous+on 77098 —721-1107
Mr. J.R. Emrie, 90706 Gemini, San Antonio 78217
Mrs. Nelson Jones, 418 Pine Shadows, Houston 77056
Mrs. Dick Munro, 6580 Windwood, Beaumont 77706
Mrs. Robert Sabom, 7600 Burgoyne #158, Houston 77063
Mrs. Kathleen Zinn, 7169 No. Fairlane Ct., Baton Rouge, La. 70812 —AC504 355-1301
Mrs. E.B. Wehner, 2303 Bonita, Austin, Texas 78703
A JOYOUS POEM
Ellen Red, one of our members, won an Honorable Mention in the recent "Poetry and
Nature Con of the Houston Audubon Society. All entries had to be based on a
color photograph accompanying an article in an Audubon Magazine. Ellen chose a
photograph from an article "The Kittlwakes Have Expanded Their Range", Page 61, of
the November, 1976 Audubon Magazine. Because so many of us enjoyed "our" Texas City
Dike Kittiwake, we know you will enjoy Ellen's witty little poem.
"The Kittiwake is not a cat
It Is a gull whose habitat
Is northernmost In arctic clime.
It never knows a summertime.
However on our southern bay
We found this bird the other day.
T'was sitting on a fishing pier
Taking handouts without fear.
And as we birders came to stare,
it glanced around, so debonair.
"They're listing me," It seemed to boast,
"A bird of the Upper Texas Coast!"