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The Spoonbill, Vol. 44, No. 10, October 1995 - Image 2. October 1995. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 19, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/881/show/874.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 44, No. 10, October 1995
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Date October 1995
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Transcript Calendar Membership Meeting "One Good Tern Deserves Another" The Roseate Tem as an example of endangered species problem solving. Adrian del Nevo, PhD. Date: November 6,1995 Location: St. Philip's Methodist Church, 5501 Beechnut at Renwick Tune: 7:00 p.m. Pre-meeting Learning Comer at 6:30 p.m. Don Richardson will discuss identification of ducks and geese in the first of a two-part series. Dr. Adrian del Nevo is uniquely qualified to talk about the endangered and uncommon Roseate Tem, having researched them for six years. A leading authority on this highly maritime species, lie is chair of the European Technical and Research Committee for Roseate Terns and a leading contributor to the Roseate Tem species recovery plan. He has extensive experience with other tem species, including Least Terns, and has chaired four international workshops on tern ecology and conservation. Currently Dr. del Nevo is Senior Project Scientist with ENTRTX, Inc., an environmental consulting firm based in Walnut Creek, California. He is responsible for ecological projects such as restoration of sand dunes and riparian areas. Formerly with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and in charge of all international research, he managed seabird research projects throughout the U.K. and advised the British government and private industry on oil related issues (spills, chronic releases and its effect upon seabird ecology, populations and conservation). Treasurer Bob Ohmart will present the 1996 OG budget at this meeting. NOVEMBER Saturday, November 4: HAS Workday at High Island. 8:00 a.m. Meet at Boy Scout Woods. Bring gloves and mosquito repellent. Lunch will be provided! If you are unable to come to this scheduled work day, but want to help in Audubon sanctuaries, call Winnie Burkett, 992-5640. Saturday, November 11: OG Field Trip to Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge. Leaders are Bob and Maggie Honig. Meet at the refuge entrance. 11:00 a.m. From Houston take Hwy. 288 south past Angleton. Turn left (east) on FM 2004. Cross Hwy 227 (old 288) and almost immediately turn right on County Road 223. Proceed 2.5 miles. County Road 223 will end at Hwy. 523 . Turn right and take 523 for 2-3 miles. Turn left on County Road 227. You will see the refuge entrance road on your right after about two miles. If you arrive early, the gate may be locked. Not to worry! Maggie and Bob will be there to open it. The refuge is reliable for waterfowl, shorebirds and hawks. After visiting the refuge, we may head on to other sites, e.g., the beach or western Brazoria County. Bob and Maggie Honig, 665- 6963. Friday, November 17: OG Weekday Field Trip to Bolivar Flats. Meet Winnie Burkett at Bolivar Flats, 9:00 a.m., for a half day of birding the flats and surrounding area until noon. If the weather and the birds promise continuing excitement, this excursion could extend past noon. Because anything can happen at this premier birding site, come prepared. Bring a scope if you have one. Take the Bolivar ferry off Galveston Island Follow Hwy. 87 to Rettilon Road (3.7 miles). Turn right to the beach then right again on the beach. Proceed to the bollards. Tom Lewis, 497-2550. DECEMBER Monday, December 4: OG Membership Meeting. 7:00 p.m. St. Philip's United Methodist Church, 5501 Beechnut. John L. Tveten will talk about "Birds at Your Backyard Feeders." Wednesday, December 13: OG Weekday Field Trip to Brazoria NWR. This trip is still in the planning stages. We are assured access can be obtained at a time when the refuge is not usually open to the pubhcrDetjuTs wtlTbe published" later. Tom Lewis, 497-2550. OTHER BIRDING TRIPS King Ranch: One-day and four-day birding trips on the ranch. According to resident ornithologist Tom Langschied, Ferruginous Pygmy- Owl, Tropical Parula and Northern Beardless-Tyrannulet can be seen on the early April trips. Call the King Ranch for information. (512) 592- 8055. Texas Panhandle: January 12-15, 1996. Sponsored by Houston Audubon, this trip includes birding at Muleshoe NWR, Buffalo Lake NWR and Palo Duro Canyon State Park. Make your reservations at Travelodge East in Amarillo (806) 372-8171 and request special Audubon rate $34 single, $38 double. Limited to 20 participants. Call Tom Lewis to register and for more information. (713) 497-2550.