The annual hummingbird migration has begun, meaning that the majority of hummingbirds who spend the winter in Mexico, Central, or South America, will all be migrating back through the southern United States. So we’re all eagerly wondering: when do hummingbirds come to Georgia? The good news is that we’ll have a chance to see the beauty of these majestic birds up close, and we can even help aid in their migration, too! Prepare your best hummingbird feeders, because these little guys are almost here! Let’s take a peek and learn the best time to see hummingbirds in Georgia:

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Did you know all of this about hummingbirds in Georgia? Did you find your answer to “when do hummingbirds come to Georgia?” Share with us in the comments section – and let us know if you have any more questions! Or if you want to know more about how to make the perfect hummingbird food to put into your feeder, check out these instructions from the National Audubon Society.

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When Do Hummingbirds Migrate Through Georgia?

What types of hummingbirds in Georgia are there?

There are many different species of hummingbird in Georgia. See if you can spot any (or all!) of the following species during the spring migration.

  • Ruby throated Hummingbird
  • Rufous Hummingbird
  • Anna’s Hummingbird
  • Black-chinned Hummingbird
  • Calliope Hummingbird
  • Broad-tailed hummingbird
  • Broad-billed Hummingbird
  • Green-breasted mango Hummingbird

 

When should I hang a hummingbird feeder in Georgia? 

Since more and more hummingbirds are staying in North America year round, you can keep your feeder out during the colder months as well. But generally, people put out their feeders in springtime. You’ll want to find the best hummingbird feeders for the feeding frenzy.

Is it safe to feed hummingbirds in Georgia?

It is safe to feed hummingbirds in Georgia. These birds exert a lot of energy while they fly and need a constant intake of sugar to do so.

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