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Migration Update: October 18, 2013
By Jane Duden
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Your Sightings!

Many observers report surprise at seeing hummingbirds so late! Fewer sightings suggest the migration is nearing the end. This week, discover which species you might expect to see in your locale.

Week #9: Still seeing hummingbirds?
Please report sightings weekly. The goal of our map is to show where hummingbirds are present.
Your photos are welcome too!

Migration Map
Hummingbird fall sightings
Animation | Live Map
Highlights from the Migration Trail
Female Anna's Hummingbird Immature Male Rufous Hummingbird

Fluffed-out hummingbird at dusk

Beverly Logan
Fewer Sightings
Migration Winding Down
Nancy Long
Surprise Visitor
Rufous Sighting

Cheryl Keller
Brrrr!
Coping With Cold

     
Female Anna's Hummingbird Hummingbird at feeder Female Anna's Hummingbird
Susan Voll
Late-Season Sightings
Please Report
Mary Koch
Hungry Hummer
Keep Feeders Up
John Doerper
What's She Doing?
Observe and Wonder
Explore: Which Species Do You See?

Journey South citizen scientists have mentioned several hummingbird species seen during fall migration. Fifteen of the world's 320+ hummingbird species are found in North America—while 56 species are commonly found in Mexico!

Which hummingbird species are you likely to see in your state or province?

Male Ruby-throated Hummingbird
Kenneth Drake


Next Update October 25, 2013

 

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