March 19: Midland, Georgia
Saw my first male today. I have 4 feeders out trying to attract them. He hit 3 trying to decide which will be his favorite.
March 19: Cobble Hill, British Columbia
On Vancover Island: Saw the first rufous hummer of the season.
March 18: Tuscola, Texas
First hummingbird arrived yesterday. Black chinned males, on a strong south wind. The earliest I have recored in 10 years was 3/17, so they're nice & early.
March 18: Fort Worth, Texas
One adult male (RT) at the water fountain.
March 15: Pensacola, Florida
Spotted my first Ruby-Throated, an adult male, at one of my feeders on March 15, 2012....and guess what! That's exactly the date I spotted the first one last year at the same feeder. Amazing!
March 10: Bellingham, Washington
I'm jealous: one of my neighbors saw a rufous ("Passing through," she said) and I haven't seen one yet this spring. But we have plenty of Anna's and they're very active right now (just like they were last year shortly before the rufous got here).
March 17: Madison, Mississippi
Third year in a row ruby-throated hummingbirds returned on St. Patrick's Day. They are new ones heading north, who did not know where the feeders were.
March 15: Bellingham, Washington
Both male and female Anna's were very active today. (Still no rufous, though several neighbors claim to have seen them--maybe my concentration of Anna's is too dense and aggressive for the migrants to tackle?)