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The Spoonbill, Vol. 44, No. 10, October 1995 - Image 5. 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/877.

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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 Clearing House September I 995 Editors: Phyllis and Tony Frank One very interesting report for the month was a Black-legged Kittiwake at Rollover Pass. It is possible that it was present as a result of all of the Atlantic tropical weather during late August A total of 168 species were reported for the month including some unusual migrants. November means geese and ducks have arrived at the Katy prairies and the Chambers county rice fields. Plan a trip to those areas and send us your reports. All reports are due November 3rd. Readers are reminded that all decisions regarding checklist status are made by the checklist committee. Publication of a rarity does not imply acceptance of the record by the editors or the committee. The CH format remains the same this month. The listing uses the following format: bird name, early late dates, reports/total and summary by county or detailed listing. The format of the county summary is as follows: county designation - number of reports/number of birds. The detailed listing format is as follows: county-(number of birds) day, observer code. Very rare birds are underlined. Birds with no previous record on date or vagrant status appear in bold. Birds new to the checklist are capitalized and underlined. Please remember to submit notes on all those good birds. And with all the reminders completed - on to the birds. Grebe, Pied-bill 3-30 6/105 U-1/15 GA-4/B3 JE-1/7 Pelican, Amer Wht 3-28 7/172 U-1/50 CH-3/I4GA-3/I08 Pelican, Brown 3-22 7/133 U-1/35 CH-I/I IGA-3/78 JE-2/9 Corm, Dbl-crested 10-30 6/32 U-l/24 CH-3/5 GA-2/3 Corm,Neotropic 3-30 16/196 U-1/20 CH-4/39 GA-5/98 JE-6/39 Anhinga 3-22 4/10 U-1/3 GA-2/6JE-I/I Frigatebird, Magn 3-28 4/19 CH-3/15 GA-1/4 Heron, Great Blue 3-30 16/42 U-1/6 CH-4/11 GA-5/16 JE-6/9 Egret, Great 3-30 16/179 U-1/10 CH-4/16 GA-3/16 JE-8/137 Egret, Snowy 3-30 16/405 U-1/20 CH-3/15 GA-3/75 JE-9/295 Heron, Little Blu 3-30 13/66 U-1/25 CH-2/5 GA-I/I JE-9/295 Heron, Tricolored 3-30 10/44 U-1/5 GA-3/16 JE-6/23 Egret, Reddish 3-30 8/42 U-1/8 GA-3/27JE-4/7 Egret, Cattle 3-30 21/2997 U-1/30 CH-6/481 GA-4/I74JE-I0/23I2 Heron, Green 3-30 8/18 U-1/5 CH-2/2 GA-3/4 JE-2/7 Nt-Heron, Blk-crn 3-22 3/8 U-1/6 GA-2/2 Nt-Heron, Tekm 3-30 8/42 U-1/2 CH-I/I GA-5/36 JE-1/3 Ibis, White 3-30 16/1010 U-1/60 CH-2/94 GA-4/48 JE-9/808 Ibis, Glossy 8-9 2/1 JE-TP(I)8JW; JE-TP(I)9JW Ibis, White-faced 3-30 10/604 U-1/300 CH-3/280 GA-1/3 JE-5/21 Spoonbill, Roseat 3-30 6/68 U-1/30 GA-4/I7JE-I/2I Duck, Mottled 4-30 9/145 U-1/6 GA-4/90 JE-4/49 Teal, Blue-winged 8-22 5/69 U-1/40 GA-1/10 JE-3/19 Shoveler, Northrn 3-3 1/8 GA-BF(8)3 J W Vulture Black 3-22 4/15 U-1/10 CH-1/3 GA-I/I JE-I/I Vulture, Turkey 3-30 14/154 U-1/20 CH-3/61GA-4/44 JE-6/29 Osprey 16-30 4/4 CH-SP(I)22,PS; CH-(I)28JW; GA-YBR(I)30JW;JE-SR(I)I6JW Kite, White-taild 16-172/3 GA-HI(2)I7,WWC;JE-SW(I)I6JW Kite, Mississippi 14-223/33 CH-(I5)I4JW;CH-(3)I7,WWC; GA-HI(I5)22,PS Harrier, Northern 22-28 2/4 U-(3)22,PS; CH-(I)28JW Hawk, Sharp-shin 17-30 5/59 U-(20)22,PS. CH-(5) I7.WWC; CH-(32)28JW;GA-HI(I)I7,WWC; GA-HI(I)30JW Hawk, Cooper's 28-281/3 CH-(3)28JW Hawk, Red-shouldr 3-28 7/9 CH-2/2 JE-5/7 Hawk, Broad-wingd 3-28 9/81 CH-(3)3JW;CH-(25)I7,WWC; CH-(I3)28JW; GA-HI(I)3JW; GA-(I)I0JW; GA-HI(35)22,PS;JE-(I)4JW;JE-(I)8JW; JE-(I)9JW Hawk,Swainson's 4-30 3/3 CH-(I)I4JW;JE-(I)4JW; JE-(I)30JW Hawk, White-taild 3-3 l/l GA-(l)3JVfr Kestrel, American 7-30 10/22 U-(3)22,PS; CH-(I)I4JW; CH-(I)I7,WWC; CH-(I0)28JW; CH-(I)30JW; GA-(I)I0JW; GA-(I)28JW; GA-(I)30,JW; JE-(I)7JW;JE-(2)30JW Merlin 17-22 2/16 U-(I5)22,PS;CH-(I)I7,WWC . Falcon, Peregrine22-22 l/l CH-SP(I)22,PS Rail, Clapper 16-22 2/3 U-(I)22,PS; JE-(2) I6JW Rail,Virginia 22-22 l/l GA-BF(I)22,PS Moorhen, Common 3-30 9/122 U-1/20 GA-5/94 JE-3/8 Plover, Blk-belli 3-30 9/352 U-1/15 GA-5/293 JE-3/44 Plover, Snowy 3-22 6/53 U-(I0)22,PS; GA-BF(4)3 JW; GA-BF(6) I0JW; JE-SR(9)9JW; JE-SR(I5) I6JW; JE-SR(9)2IJW Plover, Wilson's 3-22 6/18 U-1/4 GA-2/6 JE-3/8 Plover,Semipalm 3-22 5/169 U-(IOO)22,PS;GA-BF(50)3JW; GA-BF(I0)I0JW;JE-SR(2)I6JW; JE-SR(7)2IJW Plover, Piping 3-22 6/83 U-(6)22,PS; GA-BF(35)3JW; GA-BF(30)I0JW;JE-SR(5)9JW; JE-SR(6)I6JW;JE-SR(I)2IJW Killdeer 3-30 15/131 U-l/l CH-2/5 GA-4/19 JE-8/106 Oystercatcher, Am 3-28 4/58 U-1/25 GA-3/33 Stilt, Black-neck 3-30 8/151 U-1/12 GA-4/18 JE-3/I2I Avocet, American 8-22 3/120 U-(I00)22,PS;JE-TP(5)8JW; JE-TP(I5)9JW Yellowlegs,Great3-28 5/17 U-(I2)22,PS; GA-BF(I)3JW; GA-HI(I)28JW;JE-(I)4JW;JE-TP(2)8JW