In spring, the annual
hummingbird migration begins! These gorgeous birds travel from their
winter homes in South or Central America and Mexico towards the
refreshing breezes in the north. This is also the time when nature lovers being to put their feeders out.
This will vary according to the state you live in and the species of hummingbirds you will see. For example, the Costa's hummingbird of Southern California and other southwestern states begin to arrive in late February.
On the other hand, the Ruby-throated hummingbird, the most predominate of the eastern states may not arrive in the northern states and Canada until May.
You can keep track of their journey by using our interactive map. It can be fun to report to others your first sightings and keep a record for yourself from year to year.See the List of Hummingbird Sightings for 2014 to follow the hummingbird migration.
Please fill out the form below.....
to share "your sightings of 2014".
We, who are anxiously awaiting the Spring arrivals, will be able to track the hummingbird migration through your posts.
HUMMINGBIRD MIGRATION SIGHTINGS SPRING 2014
February 2, 2014
HUMMINGBIRD MIGRATION MAP - SPRING 2014
The Yellow Markers represent sightings in March.
The Red Markers represent sightings in April.
The Blue Markers represent sightings in May.
The Green Markers represent sightings in June.
Click the markers to see the location of that sighting.
Submit Your Sighting to the Map. Click the "Add" button.
Please fill out the form below to share "your sightings of 2014".
We, who are anxiously awaiting the Spring arrivals, will be able to track them through your posts.