The humbird Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of the endangered hummingbird, will create a digital game called The Humbler to help the public understand and appreciate the importance of the species, according to a news release.
The project, which is being hosted at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, aims to create an interactive digital experience that highlights the unique characteristics of the hummingbird and its habitats and habitats are under threat due to human activities, such as habitat destruction, pollution and habitat loss, according the news release from the Smithsonian.
The Humbler, created with funding from the National Science Foundation, will be an interactive, visual representation of the life and evolution of the humerus.
The video will explore the diversity of the U.S. and Canada, its habitat, its migration patterns and its migratory patterns and history.
It will be created using data collected by the U,S.
Geological Survey and National Wildlife Federation and will be based on research that is being conducted by the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Program, Smithsonian Conservation Research Center and Smithsonian Museum of American History.
The game will also feature music and sound effects created by the museum’s Hummus Orchestra and a soundtrack by The National Symphony Orchestra, according ToTheHill.com.
In the game, the user can create an avatar and learn more about the species.
It will be narrated by a live hummingbird expert, the website said.
The program will be the first of its kind in the U of S and Canada.
The Smithsonian has hosted numerous other interactive game projects in the past, including one for the National Zoo, the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute and the National Wildlife Foundation.
The hummingbird is one of the world’s few birds that can be found in the wild in the contiguous United States.
Its range has shrunk by over 90 percent in the last century.
The U. S. Department of Agriculture announced in April that the U (U.S.) population of the United States had been hit hard by habitat loss due to development and pollution.
In 2018, the National Hummingbird Foundation published a study claiming that more than 40 percent of the nation’s hummingbirds have been killed by humans over the last 15 years.