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This section contains a list of reprints and/or abridgements of technical articles published by or about Hilton Pond Center for Piedmont Natural History. Click on available articles to access them.

Hilton Jr., B. 2010. Broad-billed Hummingbird, Cynanthus latirostris: First South Carolina banding and photographic record. Chat 74(2):14-17.

Hilton Jr., B. 2009. Confirming fall migration routes for South Carolina Ruby-throated Hummingbirds, Archilochus colubris. North American Bird Bander 34(2):41-45.

Hilton Jr., B. and E. Carman Jr. 2009. An on-going study of Ruby-throated Hummingbirds, Archilochus colubris, on non-breeding grounds in Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica. Abstracted in: Program and Abstracts, Wilson Ornith. Soc. and Assoc. Field Ornith. Joint Meeting--2009, paper 53.

Hilton Jr., B. and E. Carman Jr. 2008. Un estudio en curso sobre el colibri garganta de rubí, Archilochus colubris, en las tierras non-reproductivas en la Provincia de Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Abstracted in: Mesoamericana 12(3):163.

Slansky, F. and B. Hilton Jr. 2003. Distribution of the Bot Fly Cuterebra emasculator (Diptera: Cuterebridae) in South Carolina. Journal of Agricultural & Urban Entomology 20(2):83-91.

Hilton Jr., B. and M. W. Miller. 2003. Annual survival and recruitment in a Ruby-throated Hummingbird population, excluding the effect of transient individuals. Condor 105:54-62.

Wagner, S, S. Stegenga, and B. Hilton Jr. 2002. First breeding records for Tree Swallows in South Carolina. Chat 66(4):145-148.

Hilton Jr., B. 1994. Carpodacus finches in South Carolina's Piedmont: Migration, site fidelity, sex ratios, and longevity. North American Bird Bander 19(1):1-11. (Link above includes color photos; see also black-and-white PDF of the paper.)

Hilton Jr., B. 1992. First bandings of Connecticut Warblers (Oporornis agilis) in South Carolina. Chat 56(2):32-34.

Hilton Jr., B. 1992. Tool-making and tool-using by a Brown Thrasher (Toxostoma rufum). Chat 56(1):4-5.

Belthoff, J. R., S. A. Gauthreaux Jr., and B. Hilton Jr. 1990. Breeding ranges of Carpodacus finches wintering in South Carolina. Chat 54(3):61-62.

Hilton Jr., B. 1989. Two methods for capturing tree-nesting birds at nests. North American Bird Bander 14(2):47-48.

Hilton Jr., B. 1985. First spring record of Western Kingbird [Tyrannus verticalis] from South Carolina Piedmont. Chat 49(2):46-47.

Hilton Jr., B. 1983. Predation at banding stations in Anoka County, Minnesota. Loon 55(1):9-11.

Hilton Jr., B. and J. Vesall. 1980. A preliminary report on the breeding behavior of the Blue Jay [Cyanocitta cristata] in Anoka County, Minnesota. Loon 52(4):146-149.

Hilton Jr., B. 1979. Bird life of a farm in Piedmont South Carolina. Chat 43(3):49-51.

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