|Migration Update: May 2, 2012||
|This week hummingbird sightings seemed to appear in waves. The migration is in full swing! Find out what some people have called, "the tiniest hummingbird ever seen." Sharpen your skills at comparing and contrasting. We welcome your feedback on the Annual Evaluation.
Today's Report Includes:
|Image of the Week|
|News: Migration Continues|
|A Wave of Rufous Reports on April 24
Sometimes citizen scientist reports come in waves. That was the case last week when we could almost watch the rufous sighting dots appear moving north and east on the map.
Rufous Right On Time
Calliopes Joined By Rufous
End of the Trail?
Doing the "Hummie Dance"
Other Hummer Species Moving North
|Photo: Henry Caron|
|Two rufous, Midway, BC|
|Photo: Robert Breeze|
|Explore: A Mystery Creature|
|Occasionally an observer will report 'the tiniest hummingbird we've ever seen.' Could this creature possibly be the one mistaken for a hummingbird? Let's take a close look, then organize our observations and thoughts into a Venn diagram.|
|Annual Evaluation: Please Share Your Thoughts|
take a few minutes to complete our Annual Evaluation. We welcome your feedback!
|The next Hummingbird migration update will be posted on May 9, 2012.|