Why hummingbirds?

There are indications that some hummingbird populations are declining. WHP is here to help.

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Dedicated to building an effective and sustainable hummingbird conservation program through science-based monitoring, research, habitat restoration/enhancement, and education/outreach efforts.

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Projects, developing programs, and building partnerships that investigate what hummingbirds need to survive, successfully reproduce, and maintain thriving populations.

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Informing land managers, policy makers, and the public so habitats can be managed in ways that help hummingbirds and their communities thrive.

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WHP Facebook Reaches 1,000!

Are you following the Western Hummingbird Partnership on Facebook? This is another place where we share our activities, updates, and general news about hummingbirds. Like us at Western Hummingbird Partnership.

Mexico Festival Success

The pueblo of Ahuacapan is nestled at the entrance of the Sierra de Manantlán Biosphere Reserve in Jalisco, Mexico. This beautiful protected area is home to a wide diversity of birds, including both resident and Read more…

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