Find out when these little beauties will be stopping by for a visit!
Learn More About Allen's Hummingbird
Allen’s Hummingbirds have one of the smallest breeding ranges of all hummingbird species. These birds are very early migrants, so start looking for them on the West Coast at the earliest signs of spring.
Learn More About Anna's Hummingbird
Anna’s Hummingbirds are one of the most common hummingbirds along the Pacific Coast. They don’t migrate very far, so it’s not unusual to see them at your feeders year-round.
Learn More About Black-Chinned Hummingbird
Black-Chinned Hummingbirds have widespread habitats from deserts to mountain forests. They have an iridescent purple-black chin that can only be seen when the light hits it just right.
Learn More About Calliope's Hummingbird
Calliope Hummingbirds are the smallest bird in North America, weighing about as much as a ping pong ball. But their tiny size doesn’t stop these territorial hummers from chasing much larger birds.
Learn More About Costa's Hummingbird
Costa’s Hummingbirds can be found only in the Southwest. They enjoy both the heat of the desert and cooler coastal scrub and are easily distinguished by their bright purple cap.
Learn More About Rufous Hummingbird
Rufous Hummingbirds have the longest migration route of any other migratory hummingbird species. They are well known for their fiery plumage and territorial behavior at feeders.
Learn More About Ruby-Throated Hummingbird
Ruby-throated Hummingbirds are the only breeding hummingbird species in eastern North America. They occupy the largest breeding range of any North American hummingbird species.