1: Hummingbirds rely on a variety of food sources, but invasive plants threaten their survival. Learn how to protect these vital nectar sources.

2: Invasive species like honeysuckle and butterfly bush outcompete native plants, depriving hummingbirds of essential nectar.

3: Protect hummingbird food sources by removing invasive plants from your garden and replacing them with native alternatives.

4: Planting trumpet vine, bee balm, and cardinal flower can provide hummingbirds with the nectar they need to thrive.

5: Invasive plants not only threaten hummingbird food sources but also disrupt local ecosystems. Take action to preserve biodiversity.

6: Support local conservation efforts to protect hummingbird habitats and ensure they have access to abundant food sources.

7: Hummingbirds are essential pollinators, but their food sources are at risk. Help preserve these delicate ecosystems for future generations.

8: Invasive species pose a serious threat to hummingbird food sources. Take steps to protect these beautiful birds and the plants they rely on.

9: By planting native species and removing invasives, you can help ensure that hummingbirds have access to the food sources they need to survive.