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Urban gardens in Mexico fight hummingbirds' extinction
by Diego Ore
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25 February 2020
On 25 February 2020 Reuters reported:
Mexicans have created more than a hundred urban gardens, most of them in the capital Mexico City, in an attempt to attract hummingbirds that have seen their natural habitat gradually destroyed as cities sprawl. The country is home to 58 different species. Claudia Rodriguez, a biologist working on the 'Urban Gardens' project, [said] that it was the most important pollinating bird in the Americas.
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