With a decade of monitoring on hummingbird species through HMN's coordinated trend monitoring program, we can now begin to detect trends in hummingbird populations. This program generates scientifically defensible data that allows us to estimate survivorship across years and to evaluate geographic and environmental factors that influence hummingbird survival. Though populations at our monitoring sites seem stable, they face threats from climate change and disruption to pollination interactions.
In order to continue monitoring our populations and address threats, HMN needs funding for the salary of our Monitoring Coordinator, who does much of the data analysis, and also program funds to continue expansion of the Network. Our program is generating valuable data for the conservation of hummingbirds. Please help us in our efforts by making a donation today! For those who are able to give $500 or more, we would like to thank you be sending a t-shirt in your size or a book bag with HMN's logo. Your financial support will help ensure our success.
Thank you for your consideration and financial support!