Welcome to the Hummingbird Migration Spring 2018.
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 begin 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.
See the List of Hummingbird Sightings for 2018 to follow the hummingbird migration.
Give them a helping hand when they arrive with our "Hummer Helper Nesting Material Kit"!
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The Dr. JB's Hummingbird Feeder!
Our New Hummingbird Migration Tracker App is Now Available Here!
Please fill out the form below.....
to share "your sightings of 2018".
We, who are anxiously awaiting the Spring arrivals, will be able to track the hummingbird migration through your posts.
Please fill out the form below to share "your sightings of 2018" in the month by month LIST of sightings below.
We, who are anxiously awaiting the Spring arrivals, will be able to track them through your posts.
Hint: To find your location, hit Ctrl & F together on your keyboard to open a search box, type your city/town and it will be highlighted in the list of submitted sightings below!
MONTH OF FEBRUARY
MONTH OF MARCH
MONTH OF APRIL
MONTH OF MAY
HUMMINGBIRD MIGRATION MAP - SPRING 2018
Click the markers to see the location of that sighting.
Submit Your Sighting to the Map by Using the Form Below.
I will be updating the map daily as we receive your sightings.
You can keep track of their journey by viewing our interactive map.
It can be fun to report to others your first sightings and keep a record for yourself from year to year.
Tip: Zoom in and out using the "Zoom Icon" in the bottom right corner to separate (give space around the markers) then click the markers to see the date, location and species. You can also drag the map around to zoom into a particular area.
We thank you for participating in tracking the hummingbird migration for 2018 with your sighting submission.
Please share this page with your family and friends. The more submissions that we receive, the more data is collected to help us all to determine when our hummingbirds will arrive each Spring.
See the previous years sightings to help estimate the arrival of the hummingbirds in your area.
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