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One of three Connecticut Warblers, Oporornis agilis,
banded at Hilton Pond Center in May 1991. These were
the first-ever spring bandings by anyone for the species
in South Carolina, and less than two dozen have been
banded in the state in fall migration.

This section contains descriptions and results of general bird banding conducted at Hilton Pond Center for Piedmont Natural History. Click on the links below.

Charts & Tables of Banding Results

Photos of Birds Banded, Grouped by Family

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