Spring migrations are a wonder, and our favorite summer residents are Ruby-throated Hummingbirds. Because we have had such cooler than normal temperatures, it hardly seems time for them. But it is April already and the hummingbirds are on the move. If you live anywhere in the southeastern United States you need to have your nectar up for these little birds. They have had long journeys and really need the extra nourishment.
The 2013 Report Map
(You need to click to enlarge it)
You can access and follow the map here. You can look at the map daily to chart the hummingbird progress. And you can report on it if you are lucky enough to be the first person in your area to see one.
I'm looking forward to having you back, sweet little bird.
I am not aware of similar tracking reports for western hummingbirds.