Hummingbird Central



Report a Hummingbird Sighting

Please enter the information below to report your first hummingbird sighting of the year.

Note the following policies:

  • We do not publish names or e-mail addresses or exact physical address on our map, just a city and state, and sighting details.
  • Sightings posted to the map do not represent exact locations, addresses or coordinates; sightings are often placed on the map near center-city.
  • In situations where multiple sightings are reported for a single location, only one sighting will be placed on the map.
  • Sightings are not posted immediately, but normally within several days.
  • Priority is given to posting sightings along the leading edge of the migration.
  • Due to the volume of sightings reported, our limited staff, and our inability to fit all sightings on our map, WE ARE NOT ABLE TO POST EVERY REPORT.

With hummingbirds reaching their northernmost breeding grounds in the Canadian provinces such as Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Nova Scotia and British Columbia, we ended our mapping project for 2024 on May 31, 2024.

If you still wish to submit a sighting past that date, it will be received and kept for historical and statistical purposes, but will not be posted to a migration map.

 

 

Report a Sighting
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Name: *
City: *
State or Province: *
Email: *
Date Sighted: *
Species: *
Migrant or Year-Round:
Arrival Time:
Comments or sighting details: