1: 1. Learn about the importance of hummingbirds in ecosystems. 2. Support local organizations dedicated to hummingbird research. 3. Plant native flowers and shrubs to attract hummingbirds to your garden.

How to Support Hummingbird Research and Conservation Effort

2: 4. Participate in citizen science projects to track hummingbird populations. 5. Reduce pesticide use to protect hummingbirds and their food sources. 6. Spread awareness about the threats facing hummingbirds and their habitats.

3: 7. Install hummingbird feeders with a sugar water solution. 8. Create a safe environment for hummingbirds to nest and raise their young. 9. Volunteer with conservation groups to help preserve hummingbird habitats.

4: 10. Attend workshops and events on hummingbird conservation. 11. Report sightings of banded hummingbirds to help researchers track migration. 12. Advocate for policies that protect hummingbirds and their habitats.

5: 13. Join a local hummingbird monitoring program. 14. Support research projects that study hummingbird behavior and ecology. 15. Educate others about how to support hummingbird conservation efforts.

6: 16. Monitor hummingbird populations in your area and report any changes. 17. Share information about the importance of hummingbirds on social media. 18. Donate to organizations working to protect hummingbirds.

7: 19. Create habitat for hummingbirds by planting trees and shrubs. 20. Reduce plastic pollution to protect hummingbirds from ingestion. 21. Encourage others to take action to support hummingbird conservation efforts.

8: 22. Keep cats indoors to prevent them from hunting hummingbirds. 23. Support efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change. 24. Lobby for the protection of critical hummingbird habitats.

9: 25. Engage with researchers and experts in hummingbird conservation. 26. Learn about the different species of hummingbirds in your area. 27. Take action to protect hummingbirds and ensure their survival for future generations.