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Join us to observe hummingbirds in
the warm, sunny Central America in
Oct-Nov 2014




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the parent organization for
Operation RubyThroat

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WHAT'S NEW?
Join fellow birders & educators as citizen scientists on
2013-14
Operation RubyThroat expeditions to observe, capture & band hummingbirds in Belize, Guatemala, Nicaragua & Costa Rica. No experience necessary!
(Click on logo below for more info.)



Operation RubyThroat's
2006 tropical field trip
featured in
Costa Rica Outdoors.
Teachers & students are invited to participate in
free AV teleconferences
via
Hummingbird Chats


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Operation RubyThroat: the Hummingbird Project
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Hilton Pond Center for Piedmont Natural History.
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