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Wild Birds Unlimited (Indianapolis, IN) Summer only
James Reserve (Idyllwild, CA)
Davis Mountains, TX
The SE Arizona Bird Observatory page is a great introduction to this hummer-rich region.
Bob Sargent shares his vast knowledge of hummers on the Hummer/Bird Study Group's site.
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
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.