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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 53, No. 9, November 2004
Contributor (Local)
  • Shultz, Al
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date November 2004
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  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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  • Text
Original Item Location ID 2007-023, Box 13, Folder 11
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Repository Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries
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Transcript Minutes of the October 4, 2004 Meeting Bayland Community Center Attendance: 50 Chair: Kathy Farr 713-939-9375 Vice-Chair: Michael Williams 713-228-9064 Secretary: Bernice Hotman 713-782-7889 Treasurer: Iris Poteet 281-492-2659 Clearing House: David Sarkozi 713-520-5906 Library: Andy Scott 281-537-9690 Membership: Pat Pease 713-789-3306 1. Learning Corner began at 6:40 led by David Poteet. The focus was on bird identification by silhouette, size, and shape. After discussion of the general subject, two quiz/study handouts were distributed. 2. Call to order by Kathy Farr at 7pm beginning with bird sightings. The WBC pelagic trip saw a Greater Shearwater; Mourning Warbler was seen at Dos Vacas Muertas; and one member has a barred owl bathing in her bird bath. 3. Minutes of the August and September meetings were approved as printed in The Spoonbill. 4. ONC nominating committee begins work in November. Pat Pease asked that OG members consider serving on the committee or the board. 5. The Spoonbill editor Al Shultz asked for and received volunteers to submit articles for the October 10 deadline. 6. Field Trip coordinator Bill Saulmon will send email reminders of the trips if he is notified to do so at deanl 960@,aol.com. The target birds for the October 16 trip are the Red-cockaded Woodpecker and the Brown-headed Nuthatch. 7. Iris Poteet presented a review of the Budget for 2004 - 2005 (attached). The budget included a $10/participant fee for quarterly field trips, funds to purchase a PowerPoint projector, and donations to Hawk Watch and/or ONC Little Thicket. After considerable discussion, it was moved and seconded that the budget be approved as presented. There were three opposed. 8. Program: Michael Williams introduced George Regmund of Skimmer Nature Tours. With beautiful slides, George took us on a visit to Amazonian Brazil, Trinidad and Tobago. The Brazil trip was two weeks of living on a boat in the river and making daily excursions via canoe through the canopy. Asa Wright Nature Center was the core of the Trinidad trip whereas Tobago provided opportunity for pelagics and snorkeling. —Bernice Hotman About the Ornithology Group The Ornithology Group (OG) is a division of the Outdoor Nature Club (ONC), a non-profit organization dedicated to greater knowledge about the environment and wildlife of the Upper Texas Coast. The OG is a club of individuals interested in all aspects of birding, including bird identification, listing bird sightings, competing in birding events, and preserving bird habitat Some members study bird behavior, biology, distribution and migration, while others just enjoy watching birds. The organization is designed to accommodate these diverse birding interests. Monthly meetings and field trips provide an opportunity to interact with and learn from experts in local and international birding. Spoonbill: OG website: ONC website: Al Shultz 281-829-0970 Email: og_spoonbill@earthlink.net http://www.ornithologvgroup.org/ http://www.outdoomatureclub.org/ Chairman's Message Members attending the October meeting approved the budget, which includes a $10 fee per participant for each quarterly field trip, a $500 donation to GCBO's Hawk Watch, and purchase of a PowerPoint projector using the funds in the American Century investment account. The projector is on order and should be available for use by the November meeting. The issue of why we continue to print and mail the newsletter was raised again because it is a significant part of our budget. Even if everyone receiving The Spoonbill were able to do so via e-mail, we would still want to print paper copies, though in smaller numbers, to use as handouts whenever —continued on p. 3