Contacting Us

The Hummingbird Society
(800) 529-3699
Office hours: Due to COVID, office hours vary.  Typically someone is in the office on Tuesdays.

*PLEASE NOTE*  Before you send us a message, please consider these three questions which we receive frequently:

1. If you think you saw a very tiny hummer that may have had antennae, or if you live outside the Americas and are surprised because you think you saw a hummingbird, click here.

2. Wondering when you should take down your feeder to be sure your hummers migrate? Don't worry about this myth! Your feeders could not keep them from migrating even if you tried!

3. Need help identifying a species? We usually cannot help, which may be surprising. We have found that verbal descriptions are useless, as well as most photos. Please "Google" your description, you should be able to identify it with the help of the internet.

Now, a word about e-mail attachments:  large file attachments–especially images–can fill up our email boxes fast, which can mean other folks' mail may bounce. For this reason, please don't send many large attachments without asking us first. We apologize for this rule, but past problems have made it necessary.

Click HERE to send your message. Don't forget to tell us your location.

link to Sedona Hummingbird Festival

Photo: Wally Nussbaumer

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