Date: 8/29/17 7:33 am From: EUGENE YOUNG <EUGENE.YOUNG...> Subject: Re: Roseate Spoonbills
Even better, a manuscript for the KOS Bulletin. Could summarize the records for KS, locations, examine nearby breeding locations, are these records likely vagrancy from post-breeding or are they tied to hurricanes, is population increasing nearby, etc. It would make a nice contribution to understanding this species in the Plains.
Besides, we need manuscripts for the KOS Bulletin. Have none for Sept or Dec, so you will not receive the Sept issue in this mailing. OOS members, academia, students, professionals, and birdwatchers are outdoing KOS members, academia, students, professionals, and birdwatchers in submissions to their respective Bulletins.
Eugene A. Young
Editor, Kansas Ornithological Society Bulletin
Agriculture, Science & Engineering
1220 E. Grand, PO Box 310
Tonkawa, OK, 74653-0310
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From: Birds & Their Habitats in Kansas [mailto:<KSBIRD-L...>] On Behalf Of Chuck & Jaye Otte
Sent: Monday, August 28, 2017 9:39 PM
Subject: Re: Roseate Spoonbills
As there are only ten records of Roseate Spoonbill in Kansas and the species is still on the Kansas Bird Records Committee Review List, I do hope that someone will submit reports on both of the spoonbill sightings.
Chuck & Jaye Otte mailto:<otte2...> 613 Tamerisk
Junction City Kansas USA 66441