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** NEWS and UPDATES **

Please check this page periodically for news regarding activities and project' updates.


We appreciate your continued interest, support and devotion in collecting data for the Tucson Hummingbird Project.  Your work is a valuable contribution to conservation and education in general and specifically to the local effort to reconcile Tucson for hummingbirds.

We are currently analyzing all the valuable data that many of you collected during the past two years.  In order to do that, we are not accepting any new participants to the project and ended data collection. Results will be posted on this website once we complete the analyses.

If you changed your address and/or made any significant changes to your yard since your initial registration, while still collecting and reporting hummingbird data, please update your registration informationYou may do so by emailing me at: alona@email.arizona.edu and I will send you a registration form to fill out.  Thank you!

If you have hard copies of data you collected, we will appreciate if you would please mail them to us as a backup.  Our mailing address is:
The Tucson Hummingbird Project,
Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721

We will email you with important updates and post them here periodically.
We plan to have our annual party and data report meeting sometime towards the fall and look forward to see you all there and share the marvelous experience of hummingbirds in an urban environment.

Of course, we are always happy to get updates of any unusual species or behaviors that you encounter.

Have a cool summer.

Thank you,


Data report:

Please save your paper data sheets as back-ups in case of computer failure. We appreciate if you would send us these sheets.

Please email us if you have any questions.

Special thanks to:

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

University of Arizona
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Silliman Memorial Research Fund


We appreciate your comments. Please email Alona Bachi: alona@email.arizona.edu