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The Spoonbill, Vol. [40], No. 11, November 1991 - Image 6. November 1991. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. June 20, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/6807/show/6804.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. [40], No. 11, November 1991
Alternative Title The Spoonbill, Vol. XXXX, No. 11, November 1991
Contributor (Local)
  • Mueller Boyce, Judith
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date November 1991
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
Genre (AAT)
  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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Original Item Location ID 2007-023, Box 12, Folder 9
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Original Collection Outdoor Nature Club Records
Digital Collection Outdoor Nature Club Newsletters
Digital Collection URL http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023
Repository Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries
Repository URL http://libraries.uh.edu/branches/special-collections/
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Note Incorrect volume number, XXXX, printed on front page.
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Transcript Vireo, Yell-thrtd 11-12 2/2 GA-(1)11,UPP; GA-HI(1)12,JJU Vireo, Uarbling 15-20 2/2 CH-CA(1)15,GL; GA-HI(1)20,DEN Vireo, Red-eyed 18-20 3/3 GA-HI(1)18,RNA; GA-HI(1)20,DEH; JE-SU(1)18,RNA Uarb, Blue-winged 18-18 1/1 JE-SU(1)18,RNA Uarb, Tennessee 18-26 5/9 GA-HI(1)18,RNA; GA-HI(3)20,DEH; GA-(2)26,MTD;HA-(2)24,PDH;JE-SU(1)18,RNA Uarb, Orange-cm 20-26 2/3 GA-HI(2)20,DEM; GA-(1)26,HTD Uarb, Nashville 6-20 8/20 CH-1/1 GA-4/12 HA-1/3 JE-2/4 Parula, Northern 6-26 4/10 GA-HI(4)6,JJU; GA-HI(1)18,RNA; GA-(3)26,MTD; JE-SU(2)18,RNA Uarb, Yellow 20-20 1/3 GA-HI(3)20,DEM Uarb, Magnolia 18-26 3/9 GA-HI(3)18,RNA; GA-(4)26,MTD; JE-SU(2)18,RNA Uarb, Blk-thr Blu 18-26 3/3 GA-HI(1)18,RNA; GA-HI(1)20,DEM; GA-(1)26,MTD Uarb, Yellow-rump 15-20 2/4 CH-(2)15,GL; GA-HI(2)20,DEM Uarb, Blk-thr Cm 6-26 4/10 GA-HI(2)6,JJU; GA-HI(1)20,DEM; GA-(5)26,MTD; JE-SU(2)18,RNA Uarb, Bey-breestd 12-12 1/1 GA-HKD12.JJU Uarb, Blk-and-wht 5-26 3/7 GA-HI(2)20,DEM; GA-(3)26,MTD; JE-SPW(2)5,JJW Redstart, Amer 5-26 9/75 GA-6/33 JE-3/42 Warb, Worm-eating 6-6 1/1 6A-HI(1)6,JJW Ovenbird 20-26 2/3 GA-HI(1)20,DEH; GA-(2)26,HTD Waterthrush, N 20-20 1/1 GA-HI(1)20,DEM Warb, Mourning 20-20 1/1 GA-HI(1)20,DEM Yellowthroat, Com 5-26 9/15 BR-2/3 CH-1/2 CO-1/1 GA-4/8 JE-1/1 Warb, Hooded 11-26 3/5 GA-HI(1)18,RNA; GA-(3)26.MTD: JE-SW(1)11,RNA Warb, Wilson's 6-26 6/22 GA-4/16 JE-2/6 Warb, Canada 12-12 1/2 GA-HI(2)12,JJW Chat, Yellow-brat 12-12 1/1 GA-HI(1)12,JJW Tanager, Sumner 13-26 2/2 GA-(1)26,MTD; HA-(1)13,PDH Cardinal, Horthrn 1-31 11/51 BR-1/3 CH-1/3 6A-5/32 HA-1/4 JE-3/9 Grosbeak, Ros-brs 12-26 2/5 GA-HI(4)12,JJW; GA-(1)26,MTD Grosbeak, Blue 26-26 1/1 GA-HI(1)26,MTD Bunting, Indigo 6-26 5/38 CH-1/11 GA-4/27 Sparrow, Vesper 27-27 1/1 CO-AP(1)27,RU Sparrow, Savannah 19-27 4/304 CO-2/300 GA-2/4 Sparrow, Grasshop 27-27 1/1 C0-AP(1)27,RU Sparrow, Shp-tail 19-26 2/6 GA-(2)19,JJW; GA-(4)26,MTD Sparrow, Seaside 5-26 3/13 CH-1/2 GA-2/11 Sparrow, Lincolns 27-27 1/25 CO-AP(25)27,RU Sparrow, Swamp 25-27 2/46 C0-AP(6)25,DM; CO-AP(40)27,RU Blackbird, Red-wg 5-27 10/1599 BR-2/34 CH-2/600 C0-2/275 GA-2/540 JE-2/150 Meadowlark, East 4-27 7/96 BR-2/40 CH-1/3 CO-1/15 GA-1/28 JE-2/10 Blackbird, Yel-hd 11-11 1/1 JE-SU(1)11,RHA Grackle, 6r-tail 1-31 10/235 BR-1/12 CH-2/70 GA-2/52 HA-1/20 JE-4/81 Grackle, Bt-tail 5-30 8/214 BR-1/15 CH-1/10 GA-5/174 JE-1/15 Grackle, Common 1-31 9/1761 BR-1/1000 CH-1/200 CO-1/400 GA-1/40 HA-1/80 JE-4/41 Cowbird. Bronzed 13-13 1/1 HA-(1)13,PDH Cowbird, Brn-head 4-27 4/740 BR-1/40 CO-1/400 JE-2/300 blackbird, sp. 27-27 1/300 HA-1/300 Sparrow, House 1-31 8/152 GA-1/5 HA-2/56 JE-5/91 TOTAL INDIVIDUALS: 88813 LIST OF OBSERVER COOES: Peter Gottschling, Lynne Aldrich(AG) Bob Behrstock(B8) Barbara Hortort(BH) Donna & Ed Maddox(DEM) Derek Muschalek(DM) Gail D. Lucknsr(GL) Houston Aboretum FT/Julia Ricketts(HAFT) John & Jana whtttle(JJW) H.L. & Ellen Owens(MO) Derek Muschalek, Rob Thacker, Jim Day(MTD) Noel Pettingell(NP) P.D. Hulce(PDH) Peggy Milstead(PM) Richard Uzar, Joe Farrell(RF) Rich & Nanette Armstrong(RNA) Richard Uzar(RU) W.R. Furley(WF) Warren Pruess(WP) John & Jana Whittle, Royce Pendergast(WPP) LIST OF LOCATION CODES: Attwater Prairie Chicken NWR(AP) Anahauc NWR(AW) Bolivar Flats(BF) Brazoria NWR(BW) Candy Abshire WMA(CA) High Island(HI) Smith Point(SP) Sabine Pass Woods(SPW) Sabine Woods(SW) White Memorial Park(WM) LIST OF COUNTY COOES: Brazoria (BR) Chambers(CH) Colorado(CO) Galveston(GA) Harris(HA) Jefferson(JE) Waller(WA) Rough-legged Hawk - John and Jana Whittle October 19, 1991 The identification of this bird is probable based on the combination of field marks discussed below. The bird was observed on the crossbar of a tall utility pole overlooking open field on one side and Highway 124 between High Island and Stowell (Winnie) just north of Fairview Rd., Chambers county and an area of low trees on the other. The bird was observed at 6:45 P.M. for about 20 seconds using 10X50 binoculars. The weather was clear, but the light conditions were poor because of gathering darkness. The distance was approximately 100-150 feet slant distance. After about 20 seconds observation of the sitting bird, it departed with minimal wing motion and glided down and across the road and into the wooded area at just above treetop height. The departure and flight appeared more agile and less belabored than typical of Red-tailed Hawk. In a glide, the bird tilted somewhat, in the manner of, but less pronounced than a hunting Northern Harrier. The wings, however, were held at only a small dihedral angle. The wings appeared relatively long on this large buteo. Only the underside of the bird was visible for detailed observation. The throat as well as the upper breast were dark brown, but with a few light streaks, forming a very obvious bib. The lower breast was light, with bold dark brown streaking. The bird had a wide, dark belly band with essentially no lighter streaking. The wings as seen at rest appeared uniformly dark brown. Ho significant detail of the upper or lower wings could be observed during flight. The base of the toil on the underside was dark. Ho color was discerned on the tail during flight. The bill appeared to be dark and the cere lighter; however, no color could be determined in the available light. The thighs had a prominent light colored feathering. The legs appeared light and thick as if feathered. The belly band in conjunction with the dark throat and bib eliminates most buteos. Although the light was poor, the bird appeared brown rather than black/dark gray making an immature changing to sub-adult white-tailed very unlikely and the legs did not appear long. The markings of