Selected Blog Posts–Hummingbird Migration in the Southern States

Most of us in the Northeast have lost our hummingbirds, but migration still continues in the southern states. Read about hummingbird migration:

When to Put Up or Take Down Hummingbird Feeders

Hummingbirds migrate away from certain areas when temperatures drop. Learn when to place your hummingbird feeder outside and when to bring it back inside.

Publish Date: 12/03/2010 3:56


Hummingbird Migration Map

NOAA warns of magnetic disturbance in the peak period of Ruby-throated Hummingbird migration. A ‘Hummingbird Festival’ might show if navigation is affected.

Publish Date: 08/06/2011 7:14


Hummingbird migration « Acquiring Ready For the Hummingbird

Hummingbird migration. September 18, 2011 //. If уоu аppear up аt the apрroрrіate tіmе and hаvе оutstanding vіѕiоn, you will sее them flуing lоw, at аbout treеtоp level, stoрping rеgulаrly tо feеd оn hummingbird food. Bees and hummіngbіrdѕ

Publish Date: 09/17/2011 20:00

Calliope Hummingbird! and NM hummingbird migration

Every year in late summer two species of hummingbirds migrate south through New Mexico and join the common Black-chinned and Broad-tailed Hummingbirds (in the lowlands and mountains respectively).

Publish Date: 07/30/2011 22:09

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Charlene September 26, 2011 at 9:33 pm

I’m the metro editor at the Valley Morning Star in Harlingen, Texas. Here in the Rio Grande Valley, we’re very aware of our local birds and the avian travelers that migrate through here.
The president of the local chapter of the Audubon Society alerted us that the drought conditions here would make it difficult for migrating hummingbirds to find adequate food, and she urged our readers to set out hummingbird feeders. In response, we shot this video, which I thought I would share with you:

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