The hummingbird, a native American bird, has become one of the most iconic animals on the planet, thanks to movies like “The Lone Ranger,” which depict the bird as a powerful symbol of conservation.
The Lincoln Project, which was formed by a group of people who want to preserve and conserve the hummingbird as a native species, is a project that aims to build homes using natural materials, with the goal of bringing them into the 21st century.
The project has attracted a number of high-profile celebrities including former President Barack Obama, who was featured in a video for the project.
The project’s video is now being shared on social media with the hashtag #LincolnProject.
The hummingbird’s journey in the film, which tells the story of the animal from the point of view of a young boy, is reminiscent of the stories of the Great Migration.
“There was a lot of talk about migration and about people coming to the New World in search of food and to settle in the middle of a continent, but there was never any serious discussion about how that migration affected the birds in the Midwest,” said Jim Stokes, a project manager at The Lincoln Foundation.
The story of a hummingbird is told through a series of videos that feature young people who have grown up with the bird, and then learn how to build it.
The video project was originally created by The Lincoln Institute of Landscape Architecture and Design, and the project was presented at a conference in the fall of 2016.
It’s now being produced by The Project for the Living Arts, a nonprofit organization that helps people build sustainable, beautiful homes.
Stokes said that he and his team spent a lot time in the early stages of the project, looking at different options to build and then coming up with a number that felt right to them.
The group is currently in the process of finding the right materials to create the homes.
“We have to find the right way to use the right amount of natural materials,” Stokes said.
The group is also looking at using natural stone for the foundation of the home.
Stoke said that the group is working on finding a local partner to help them find materials and get the project off the ground.
The Lincoln project is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Stakes said that it will take a few years to complete the project and has several options for funding the project in the future.
The organization is also exploring the possibility of partnering with a local nonprofit to help build the homes for free.