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The Spoonbill, Vol. 44, No. 10, October 1995 - Image 7. 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/879.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 44, No. 10, October 1995
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date October 1995
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Ornithology
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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Original Item Location ID 2007-023, Box 12, Folder 17
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Original Collection Outdoor Nature Club Records
Digital Collection Outdoor Nature Club Newsletters
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Repository Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries
Repository URL http://libraries.uh.edu/branches/special-collections/
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Transcript Warb, Blackbum 16-30 2/3 GA-HI(2)30JW; JE-SW(I) I6JW Warb,Blk-and-wht3-30 8/44GA-HI(2)3JW;GA-HI(2)I0JW; GA-HI(2)I7,WWC;GA-HI(8)22,PS; GA-HI(I)28JW;GA-HI(I)30JW; JE-SW(25)9JW;JE-SW(3)2IJW Redstart,Amer 9-30 4/13 GA-HI(I)I0JW; GA-HI(5)22,PS; GA-HI(5)30JW;JE-SW(2)9JW Warb, Prothonotry 3-9 2/2 GA-HI(I)3JW;JE-SW(I)9JW Warb, Swainson's 16-16 l/l JE-SW(I)I6JW Ovenbird 16-212/2 JE-SW(I)I6JW;JE-SW(I)2IJW Waterthrush,N 9-21 3/7JE-SW(3)9JW;JE-SW(3)l6JW; JE-SW(I)2IJW Waterthrush, Lou 16-172/2 GA-HI (I) I7.WWC; JE-SW( I) 16 J W Warb, Kentucky 10-10 l/l GA-HI(I)I0JW Warb, Mourning 9-17 4/5GA-HI(l)IOJW;GA-HI(2)l7,WWC; JE-SW(I)9JW;JE-SW(I)I6JW Tellowthroat, Com 21-21 l/l JE-SW(I)2IJW Warb, Hooded 17-22 2/2 GA-HI(I) I7.WWC; GA-HI(I)22,PS Warb, Wilson's 16-22 3/3 GA-HI(I)22,PS;JE-SW(I)I6JW; JE-SW(I)2IJW Warb,Canada 9-22 6/41 GA-HI(I)I0,JW; GA-HI(5)I7,WWC; GA-HI(5)22,PS;JE-SW(I0)9JW; JE-SW(I0)I6JW;JE-SW(I0)2IJW Chat,Yellow-brst3-17 4/5 GA-HI(I)3JW; GA-HI(I)I0JW; GA-HI(2)I7,WWC;JE-SW(I)I6JW Tanager,Summer 23-23 l/l HA-(I)23,X Tanager, Scarlet 3-3 l/l GA-HI(I)3JW Cardinal, Northrn 3-30 9/74 U-1/20 GA-3/28 JE-5/26 Grosbeak. Blk-hed 30-30 l/l GA-HI(I)30JW Grosbeak, Blue 9-9 l/l JE-(I)9JW Bunting, Indigo 9-16 3/5CH-(3)l4JW;jE-SW(l)9JW; JE-SW(I)I6JW Bunting, Painted 17-171/2GA-HI(2)I7,WWC Sparrow, Seaside 3-10 2/7GA-HI(6)3JW;GA-BF(l)IOJW Blackbird, Red-wg 3-28 5/724 U-1/500 CH-I/I0JE-3/2I4 Meadowlark, East 10-223/6 U-1/4 GA-I/I JE-I/I Grackle, Gr-taii 3-30 18/699 CH-4/237 GA-4/90 HA-1/50 JE-9/322 Grackle, Bt-tail 9-22 3/47 U-1/40 CH-1/6 JE-I/I Grackle,Common 3-30 9/IIIJE-9/III Cowbird, Brn-head 3-28 4/92 U-1/50 CH-1/12 JE-2/30 Oriole, Orchard 9-14 3/7 CH-(4) I4JW; GA-HI(2) I0JW; JE-(I)9JW Oriole, Northern 3-21 4/34 GA-2/26 JE-2/8 Sparrow, House 3-30 6/48 U-1/25 CH-1/10 JE-4/13 TOTAL INDIVIDUALS: 41549; One specie was reported that required notes: Common Loon LIST OF OBSERVER CODES: John Whittle (JW); P. D. Hulce, Steve Schultz (PS); Phyllis & Tony Frank (PTF); John & Jana Whittle, Lanet Coleman (WWC); P. D. Hulce (X) LIST OF LOCATION CODES: Bolivar Hats (BF); High Island (HI); Rollover Pass (RP); Smith Point (SP); Sea Rim St Park (SR); Sabine Woods (SW); Tyrrell Park (TP); Yacht Basin Road (YBR) LIST OF COUNTY CODES: Brazoria (BR); Chambers (CH); Fort Bend (FB); Galveston (GA); Harris (HA); Jefferson (JE); Upper Texas Coast (U) Glossy Ibis - John Whitde September 8,9,1995 Cattail Marsh, Tyrell Park, Beaumont. Plegadis Ibis with chestnut on body, but head already molted into basic plumage. There was a pale blue-gray bare skin in front of the eye from the top on the eye widening in front on the eye and then narrowing to the base of the upper mandible, and a narrower more even "line" from the bottom of the eye to the base of the lower mandible. There was no bare skin behind the eye. The eye was a rich warm brown. The legs were medium gray, darker at the knee. The bill was fight gray with an orange cast towards the tip of the upper mandible. Bald Eagle - John Whittle September 28,1995 The bird was a large raptor, with long, broad wings, with conspicuous fingers at the wingtips. It had a flat soaring profile. From underneath, the bird was almost all dark brown except of white, mottled with brown on the underwing secondary wing coverts. The tail was essentially all dark brown. The head was dark brown with a massive bill with lighter yellow cere. Black-legged Kittiwake ("juvenilel - John Whittle September 10,1995 The overall shape of the bird resembled a Bonaparte's Gull, and gave the impression of having approximately the same overall body length (excluding tail) as the Common and Forester's Terns in close proximity. The bird exhibited stark black on white contrast, with a thick black half collar in addition to a prominent dark ear spot behind the eye. The back (mantle) appeared very pale, but the wings as visible when folded were black. When the bird flew, a very black inverted W pattern was visible on the upper wings, including very black primaries 1 through 4 and their coverts. The black bar across the secondary coverts was also very black. The trailing edge of the wing was pale - no darker bar across the tips of the secondaries. On close examination, the back part of the crown/nape area was seen to be somewhat gray, contrasting with the lighter remainder of the crown and the hindneck and mantle. When the bird flew, the tail was fanned, the upper surface showing essentially no fork, but a very even narrow dark terminal band. The bill was delicate for a gull, dark in color. The legs appeared dark.