Hummingbirds generally migrate south from January to mid-May in the spring, and their northern migration can start as early as July but usually begins in late August to mid-September. The exact dates of the migration dep... More »

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Spring hummingbird migration begins as early as January and fall migration begins as early as July. Most hummingbirds, however, begin moving north in May and south in August. More »

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A tracking map and sightings for hummingbird migration is available at Hummingbird-Guide.com and Learner.org. Hummingbird-Guide.com provides interactive maps and a list of sightings that site visitors can use to track th... More »

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Spring hummingbird migration begins as early as January and fall migration begins as early as July. Most hummingbirds, however, begin moving north in May and south in August. More »

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Hummingbirds have a diet consisting mainly of tree sap, flower nectar, pollen and insects. Hummingbirds are extremely active and must eat food several times a day. These birds have a long tapered bill that allows for the... More »

In North America, hummingbirds begin migrating south in late August or mid-September. A few hummingbirds may begin migrating south as early as July. Hummingbirds that travel very long distances between their summer and w... More »

Hummingbirds migrate north to the southern United States in the spring and go as far as Alaska by May. They migrate south in the fall to Mexico and Central America. More »