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The Spoonbill, Vol. 44, No. 10, October 1995 - Image 4. 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/876.

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(October 1995). The Spoonbill, Vol. 44, No. 10, October 1995 - Image 4. Outdoor Nature Club Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/881/show/876

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 44, No. 10, October 1995
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date October 1995
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  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • periodicals
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Transcript 1995 Christmas Counts Texas and Northern Mexico Compiled by P. D. Hulce Saturday, December 16 Houston, P.D. Hulce 863-1142 or Richard Uzar 527-0454 Armand Bayou, George Regmund 474-2551 Turkey Creek, David Baker 899-1878 Victoria, Peter Riesz (512) 575-4600 or Linda Valdez (512) 578-6555 Corpus Christi, Gene Blacklock (512)882-7232 Sunday, December 17 Freeport, Jim Morgan 461-3080 or Houston Audubon 932-1639 Flour Bluff, Mel Cooksey (512) 949-8700 Kingsville, Paul Palmer (512) 592-7558 Monday, December 18 Mad Island, Jim Bergan (512) 972-2559 or Karen Cornelius 853-5634 Chaparrel WMA,, Jimmy Rutledge (210)676-3413 Port Aransas, Scott Holt (512) 749-5656 Welder NWR, Terry Blankenship (512)364-2643 Tuesday, December 19 Aransas NWR, Tom Stehn (512) 286-3559 San Bernard NWR, Rick Speer(409) 849-7771 Wednesday, December 20 Attwater NWR, Winnie Burkett 992-5640 Saturday, December 23 Bolivar, Bill Graber, home (409) 866-5452 Tuesday, December 26 Galveston, Arch Dillard 996-0170 or Dwight Peake (409) 740-4621 Friday, December 29 Old River Jonelle Buckles 576-2504 or PD. Hulce 863-1142 Saturday, December 30 Brazos Bend S.P., Lynne Aldrich or Peter Gottschling 996-1109 Beech Creek, David Baker (409) 899-1878 Spring Creek, John Jones 444-8369 or Calvin Blakery 358-5407 Sunday, December 31 Buffalo Bayou, Bob Honig 665-6963 or Doug Williams 660-7625 Rio Corona, Gene Blacklock (512) 882-7232 El Naranjo, Nick Jackson (210) 895-4610 Monday, January 1,1996 Cypress Creek, Fred Collins 667-6550 (Area Code is 713 unless noted otherwise.) Joint OG/HAS Program Bill Clark of Raptours Presents: Eagles of the World - November 30 Raptor Field Identification - December 1 Location: Brown Education Center, Houston Zoological Gardens, Gate 5 Time: 7:30 p.m. In this program sponsored by the Ornithology Group and Houston Audubon Society, Bill Clark will give two fantastic presentations about the birds he loves most—raptors. Starting at 7:00 p.m., Bill will be available to autograph your books. We hope to have his newly released Photographic Guide to North American Raptors for sale at this meeting. Bill is an experienced lecturer, photographer and co-author of Hawks, the Peterson series raptor field guide. He has over 25 years experience working with birds of prey, including five years as director of the National Wildlife Federation's Raptor Information Center. Bill has published on a variety of raptor subjects, including many papers on raptor identification and has traveled extensively throughout the world studying, observing and photographing raptors. He is presently working on two more raptor field guides, one for Europe and one for Africa. Eagles of the World: Thursday, November 30. After defining an eagle, Bill will discuss and show photographs of many of the world's 64 species of eagles. He will describe the four major kinds of eagles and share some of his experiences in the field throughout the world, including the capture and release of Golden Eagles by hand, Indian style. Raptor Identification: Friday, December 1. Bill will describe recent advances in ways to identify many of the hawks found in North America, how Peterson field mark system is used in Hawks, and some previously undescribed best field marks for juvenile Red-tailed Hawks. The new Photographic Guide to North American Hawks will be discussed and some plates will be shown to help elucidate difficult identification problems. Farmers asked to entice birds with fields of rice A new organization called the Texas Rice Industry Coalition for the Environment plans to develop places for public viewing of waterfowl near flooded rice fields. Farmers with fields near roads will be encouraged to flood certain fields to attract some of the large numbers of ducks and geese that migrate to the Gulf Coast during the winter.. A few viewing sites will be in place this fall...the plan is to have viewing facilities located on public easements. ...Flooding has already begun on 500 acres of rice fields on the Pierce Ranch between Wharton and El Campo. ...There are prospects for getting a site in Colorado County and one in Harris County...In order to make a couple of sites available quickly, the organization plans to pay for the pumping of water onto fields at Brazoria and Anahuac NWRs. The nonprofit organization is composed of rice farmers, rice industry associations, wildlife preservation groups and conservation groups. Nelson Antosh, Houston Chronicle, Sept. 26,1995.