Date: 2/22/21 6:21 pm
From: Bill Hilton Jr. <hilton...>
Subject: Hilton Pond 02/01/21 (Finches Everywhere, Hawks, Too)
Pine Siskins came, got banded, and departed somewhat mysteriously "This Week at Hilton Pond," when we also had visits by a hungry hawk and a geriatric Purple Finch. And did we mention the Groundhog Day forecast competition? All this and more are included in photo essay #738 for 1-15 February 2021 at;!!OToaGQ!-_4F1z6XsvNnyrWiy2fL89KN9MNh6yJgfSX-mpbJqQzwzpd5dw-hc-hFr10NuSOoj6A$

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