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Davis Mountains, TX
The SE Arizona Bird Observatory page is a great introduction to this hummer-rich region.
The Hummingbird Society encourages international understanding and conservation of hummingbirds; don't miss the photo gallery.
Read about Bill Hilton's Operation Rubythroat.
For information specific to Canada, visit The Ontario Hummingbird Project.
HUMNET is a mailing list for serious students of hummers and gardening for them.
NC Hummers is produced by the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
Mold isn't just a hummingbird feeder problem. Read how seed feeders are affected.
Learn about Long Island's Baiting Hollow Hummingbird Sanctuary
The Georgia Hummer website tracks both Ruby-throated and winter visitors
Want to know more about bird banding?
Nature.Net has a hummingbird forum.
There's another forum at Network54.
Mary Scott's Birding America site includes photos from Arizona, California, and Ohio.
"A Última Arca de Noé" (The Last Noah's Ark) is a comprehensive Brazilian environmental site.
Ornithology.com is an impressive collection of educational and scientific information.
Jörg Feldhusen's Kolibri Homepage includes a great collection of hummer postage stamps.
Chris Majka's Electronic Resources on Ornithology is a feast of links.
The standard starting point is Birding on the Net.
Check out the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's Texas Hummingbird Round-up.
Peterson Online is what you'd expect: beautiful and comprehensive. Don't miss it.
There's a hummingbird page at Birdwatching Dot Com.
About.com's birding site is full of birding information, including a chat room, a page on rehabilitation, and bird clip art.
Long Islanders will want to visit Long Island Birding.