Species of Hummingbirds Canada

This list contains the species of hummingbirds Canada. That is, hummingbird species sighted in both northern and southern Canada.

For convenience, they are listed in alphabetical order, not by frequency of sightings.

The Rufous hummingbird is the most northerly ranging of all hummingbirds.

It nests across most of British Columbia and into southern Yukon.

Some sightings can be very rare.

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Note: An ornithologist was not involved in the creation of this list.

It is intended for personal use.

It is not intended for scientific work of any kind.


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Hummingbird Species Canada:

ALBERTA:

Anna’s, Black-chinned, Calliope, Costa’s, Green Violet-ear, Ruby-throated, Rufous

BRITISH COLUMBIA:

Allen’s, Anna’s, Black-chinned, Calliope, Costa’s, Ruby-throated, Rufous

MANITOBA:

Broad-tailed, Ruby-throated, Rufous

NEW BRUNSWICK:

Black-chinned, Broad-billed, Ruby-throated, Rufous

NEWFOUNDLAND:

Ruby-throated, Rufous

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES:

Ruby-throated, Rufous

NOVA SCOTIA:

Ruby-throated, Rufous

ONTARIO:

Black-chinned, Broad-billed, Green Violet-ear, Ruby-throated, Rufous

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND:

Ruby-throated

QUEBEC:

Ruby-throated

SASKATCHEWAN:

Black-chinned, Calliope, Ruby-throated, Rufous 

YUKON:

Rufous



› Species in Canada


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