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The Spoonbill, Vol. 33, No. 2, February 1984 - Image 7. February 1984. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. June 23, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/6835/show/6833.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 33, No. 2, February 1984
Alternative Title The Spoonbill, Vol. XXXIII, No. 2, February 1984
Contributor (LCNAF)
  • Robison, B. C.
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date February 1984
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
Genre (AAT)
  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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  • Text
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Digital Collection Outdoor Nature Club Newsletters
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Transcript THE OUTER CIRCLE - JANUARY, 1984 Despite the nastiness of the weather and the appearance of the sun on fewer days than all but the rarest birds reported in this column, no less than 11 reports were received. Impressive1 A special word of welcome for Anne Speers, Peter Vennema, Bob Behrstock, Larry White, and John Richards, who are first-time contributors to The Outer Circle. John owns a private lake called the Wetlands, near El Campo, in Wharton County, and graciously provided Dottie Leslie with a report from there. Observers are as follows: DL, Dottie Leslie and group; PV, Peter Vennema; SL, Anne and Fred Speers, Lois Lentz; SB, Anne and Fred Speers, Martha and Ray Branum; DR, Don Richardson; JD, Joyce Dolch; JM, Jim Morgan; GC, Gary Clark; w, Steve and Beverly Williams. Locations are as follows: (AT) Attwater Prairie Chicken NWR; (LC) LCRA Cooling Ponds near Fayetteville, Fayette Co. off S.H. 159. For counties: (AU) Austin; (WA) Waller; (MO) Montgomery; (WH) Wharton; (SJ) San Jacinto; (CO) Colorado (except Attwater NWR). Species commonly seen in proper habitat this month were: Eared & Pied-billed Grebe; Cattle, Great & Snowy Egret; Canada, White-fronted & Snow Goose; Mottled, Gadwall, Pintail, Shoveler, Mallard, Lesser Scaup, American Wigeon & Ruddy Duck; Green- winged Teal; Black & Turkey Vulture,- Red-tailed, Red-shouldered, Marsh & Kestrel Hawks; Bobwhite; Killdeer; Common Snipe; Spotted Sandpiper; both Yellowlegs & Dowitchers; Mourning, Inca & Rock Dove; Barn & Barred Owl; Forster's Tern; Ring-billed Gull; Belted Kingfisher; Red-bellied, Downy & Flicker Woodpeckers; Eastern Phoebe & Bluebird; American Crow; Carolina Chickadee; Tufted Titmouse; House & Carolina Wrens; Mockingbird; Brown Thrasher; Robin; Hermit Thrush; Blue-gray Gnatcatcher; Cedar Waxwing; Ruby-crowned Kinglet; Yellow-rumped, Pine & Orange-crowned Warbler; Starling; Common & Great-tailed Grackle; E. Meadowlark; Red-winged & Brewer's Blackbird; Cowbird; Water Pipit; House Sparrow; Cardinal; American Goldfinch; Savannah, Chipping, Field, Vesper, White-crowned, White-throated, Lincoln's & Swamp Sparrow; Shrike. White Pelican: SJ, Lake Livingston (28) 26 SB Double-crested Cormorant: many reports, with SJ, Lake Livingston (10,000+) 26 SB Am. Anhinga: CO, Eagle Lake (2) 27 JD Ross' Goose: AT (1) 15 DR Black-bellied Whistling Duck: WH, El Campo (32) 3 Black Duck: WH, Wetlands (12) JR Blue-winged Teal: WH, Wetlands (50) JR Cinnamon Teal: AT (5) 12 PV; WH Wetlands (10) JR Wood Duck: SJ, Trinity River (6) 26 SB; MO Jones Forest (6) 12 GC Redhead: WH, Wetlands (4) JR Ring-necked Duck: MO Lake Conroe (4) 5 SL 27 W Canvasback: MO, Lake Conroe (18) 5 SL; LC (150)27 W Greater Scaup: LC (1) 27 W. Green-headed male in bright sunlight in 25x scope @ 75 yards Common Goldeneye: LC (2) 27 W; WH Wetlands (2) JR Bufflehead: WH, Wetlands (20) JR Cooper's Hawk: WA n. Brookshire (1) 27 W Sharp-shinned Hawk: MO, Conroe (1) 1-23 SL White-tailed Hawk: AT (6) 12 PV; (5) 15 DR Ferruginous Hawk: Excellent notes by Larry White; AT (1) 7 Harris Hawk: WH, El Campo (1) 9 DL Bald Eagle: WA Sharp Rd. exit (1) Behrstock; WH, Wetlands Lake (1) 27 JD Osprey: MO, Lake Conroe (2) 5, (1) winter) Greater Prairie Chicken: AT (15) 12 PV & Crested Caracara: AT (13) 12 PV & (3) 15 DR; WH, Wetlands area (6) JR; CO Eagle Lk (2)27 DL Ring-necked Pheasant: WH, El Campo (2) 8 DL Sandhill Crane: Numerous this winter. AT (325) 12 PV & (200) 15 DR; WH, El Campo (12) S DL & Wetlands (200) JR; CO, Columbus (300) 5 JD; WA n. Brookshire (80) 27 W American Woodcock: au, w. Bellville (1) 28 W Caspian Tern: SJ, Trinity River (1) 26 SB Ground Dove: WA, Sharp Rd. (1) 15 JM Great Horned Owl: AT (4) 12 PV (heard) & (1) 15 DR; CO Altair (1) 13 W Short-eared Owl: AT (1) 12 PV Red-headed Woodpecker: MO, Jones Forest (6) 12 GC, Lake Conroe area (5) 1-31 SL Red-cockaded Woodpecker: MO, Jones Forest (5) 12, 26 GC Pileated Woodpecker: MO (2) 1-31 SL, (2) 12, 26 GC LC (100) 15 JM & (2) 21 Bob (3) JR; CO, Eagle 20 SB (scarce in (3) 15 DR 12 12 Pileated Woodpecker: MO (2) 1-31 SL, (2) 12, 2€ Yellow-bellied Sapsucker: CO, Columbus (4, one at same time) 6 JD Brown-headed Nuthatch: MO, Jones Forest (12) Lake Livingston (6) 26 SB Brown Creeper: MO (1-3) 12-21, SL & GC Bewick's Wren: AT (1) 15 DR Sedge Wren: AT (2) DR Golden-crowned Kinglet: MO, Jones Forest (1) Solitary vireo: SJ, Double Lake (1) 27 SL Purple Finch: MO, Conroe (30+) 1-31 SL; CO Colt (4) 30-31 JD Pine Siskin: WH, El Campo (1) 8 DL; CO, Columbv (2-5) 30-31 JD: MO, Conroe (4-5) 2-1C Dark-eyed Junco: MO, Conroe (2) 1-31 SL Lark Sparrow: WH, El Campo (1) 8 DL Fox Sparrow: AT (2) 12 PV & 15 DR Song Sparrow: WH, El Campo (4) 8 DL; CO Frelsbi (6) 28 W