Small But Mighty: The Hummingbird The first Saturday of September is National Hummingbird Day! Celebrate with incredible images of this tiny bird with some fun facts, too! September 03, 2020Did you know September 1st is National hummingbird day?
The first Saturday of September is National Hummingbird Day! Celebrate with incredible images of this tiny bird with some fun facts, too! Honeybee Who? Some hummingbirds spread more pollen than bees! Using all found materials, like mosses and spider silk, hummingbirds build tiny nests that are reused year after year.When do hummingbirds come back to Alaska?
This is a month-long celebration of the hummingbirds coming back to Alaska. Migratory birds from Central and South America return to the southern panhandle of Alaska. The male Rufous Hummingbirds begin arriving Ketchikan in mid-March and are seen at feeders and flowers throughout Ketchikan by mid-April.What is the Indiana Audubon hummingbird migration celebration?
The Indiana Audubon Hummingbird Migration Celebration is a festival about the Ruby-throated Hummingbird. Multiple sponsors and partners provide an opportunity for all to learn about these amazing little birds, how to attract them, and how to keep them coming year after year.