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THIS WEEK AT HILTON POND
LIST of TOPICS for 2021
(Our 22nd Year of "This Week"!)

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This red Insect Egg Slime Mold (above) dines on
bacteria and fungi that thrive on dead matter.

(Photo above from the 1-10 March 2021 "This Week at Hilton Pond")

Listed below, by date, are nature topics covered in each installment of "This Week at Hilton Pond" for 2021. Click on the date to go to a specific weekly account. You can also use the on-site SearchEngine to locate a particular topic. (Also available at top of this page to right of the logo.)

Each installment includes a list of birds banded that week--usually with stunning color photos--as well as any notable recaptures of banded birds.

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January 2021

  • 01-31--#737--Signs Of Winter: Bright Sunsets, Nomadic Finches, Hungry Hawks, And Yard Birds

February 2021

  • 01-15--#738--Dueling Rodent Forecasts, Another Hungry Hawk, An Elderly Migrant, And An Unprecedented Finch Irruption
  • 16-28--#739--A Rare Foreign Recapture, And A Word About Wet Weather

March 2021

  • 01-10--#740--Little Beady red Things, Elderly Recaptures, and Hummingbirds A-Coming
  • 11-21--#741--An Unexpected Fungus And TWO Siskin Foreign Encounters
  • 22-31--#742--End Of Irruption Thoughts About Bird Feeders And Disease

April 2021

  • 01-30--#743--April's Migrant Birds, Hummers included

May 2021

  • 01-31--#744--May Bird Arrivals, A Big Moth, Old Hummers, And An Unexpected Serpent

June 2021

  • 01-21--#745--M.R. Ducks, Trumpet Creeper & Hummers, Breeding Birds, And A Wayward Turtle

 


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