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Friends We Support

If you enjoy hummingbirds as much as we do we encourage you to support the following organizations

  • 1% for the Planet - A global network of businesses, nonprofits and individuals working together for a healthy planet.

  • American Ornithological Society - Launched in 2016 with the merger of the American Ornithologists’ Union and Cooper Ornithological Society, to serve ornithologists and advance ornithology in the 21st century. AOS provides a professional home for ornithologists and supports members at every career stage, from undergraduate years through retirement.

  • Friends of Madera Canyon - Our mission is to assist the U.S. Forest Service in advancing historical, scientific, educational, and interpretive programs in Madera Canyon.

  • Hummingbird Society - The Hummingbird Society is a nonprofit conservation organization, dedicated to teaching about hummingbirds and working to protect the species at risk of extinction.

  • Hummingbird Market scholarship program

  • 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.

  • Rehab centers that specialize in hummingbirds

  • Ruby-throated hummingbird migration map - An annually produced Ruby-throated hummingbird migration map through the prodigious effort of Mr. Lanny Chambers.

  • Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory (SABO) - The Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory (SABO) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of the birds of southeastern Arizona, their habitats and the diversity of species that share those habitats through research, monitoring and public education.

  • Tucson Audubon Society - Tucson Audubon inspires people to enjoy and protect birds through recreation, education, conservation, and restoration of the environment upon which we all depend.

  • Tucson Wildlife Center - We are Southern Arizona’s only state-of-the-art wildlife hospital running 24/7, 365 days a year. We are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of Southern Arizona’s injured or orphaned wildlife.

  • Tucson Mountain Hummingbird Rescue -

  • Western Hummingbird Information Network - The Western Hummingbird Partnership  is a developing network of partners collaborating to build an effective and sustainable hummingbird conservation program through science-based monitoring, research, habitat restoration/enhancement, and education/outreach efforts.

  • Wildlife Rehabilitation in NW Tucson -

  • Wilson Ornithological Society - Organization of people who share a curiosity about birds. Publishes a quarterly journal and holds annual meetings.
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