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Hummingbirds are important avian pollinators in the Americas, and these small birds rely almost exclusively on year-round availability of nectar-producing plants for their energy supply. Habitat loss and climate change are likely to disrupt this mutualistic relationship and dismantle nectar corridors critical to maintaining hummingbird populations and regional biodiversity. 

The Hummingbird Monitoring Network and partners are working together to restore nectar corridors and improve habitats for hummingbirds. To fulfill grant requirements for our recent proposal, we must raise $3 to every $1 of grant money, and we need your help. You can help support this project by making a donation today.

Thank you for your consideration and support!

Hummingbird Monitoring Network

The Hummingbird Monitoring Network—a science-based, project-driven, nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of hummingbird diversity and abundance throughout the Americas—investigates what hummingbirds need to survive, successfully reproduce, and maintain thriving populations through monitoring, education/outreach, research, and habitat restoration/enhancement.

We envision a network of Hummingbird Conservation Communities working together with reciprocity between people and hummingbirds.