1: "Learn why participating in hummingbird breeding surveys is important for conservation efforts."

2: "Find a local birding group or organization to join and get involved in surveying efforts."

3: "Set up hummingbird feeders in your backyard to attract and monitor breeding pairs."

4: "Note nesting behaviors such as courtship displays, nest building, and feeding young."

5: "Submit your survey observations to a national database to contribute to scientific research."

6: "Use binoculars and field guides to help identify hummingbird species and their behaviors."

7: "Follow survey protocols to ensure accurate and consistent data collection."

8: "Share your survey findings with others to raise awareness about hummingbird conservation."

9: "Celebrate your role in protecting these beautiful and vital pollinators through breeding surveys."