There’s one bird in particular that is not only small but is also quick to the point of almost being unnoticed. Have you seen any hummingbirds in Kansas before? If you’re interested in these beautiful and fascinating creatures, and you’re wondering When will hummingbirds arrive in Kansas, we’ve got the answers. The annual migration is about to be underway this spring. Come check out where they’re expected to be flying and spot some of your own. Don’t forget to pick up one of the best hummingbird feeders to attract these special birds.

You can look at the hummingbird tracking map on HummingbirdCentral, and see where previous spottings in Kansas have been recorded. Make sure you post your hummingbird shots in our Kansas Nature Lovers Facebook group, so everyone can see!

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Hummingbirds In Kansas

What types of hummingbirds are in Kansas?

During the upcoming spring migration, and in some cases year round, you’ll find lots of interesting hummingbirds in Kansas like these:

  • Ruby-throated Hummingbird
  • Rufous Hummingbird
  • Anna’s Hummingbird
  • Black-chinned Hummingbird
  • Calliope Hummingbird
  • Broad-billed Hummingbird
  • Broad-tailed Hummingbird


When should I hang a hummingbird feeder in Kansas?

It’s really never too early to get your feeder ready for the rush of the hummingbird’s migration to North America. There are some hummingbirds that stay in Kansas year-round so you can leave your feeder out for them. Either way, you’ll want to find the best hummingbird feeders possible.

Is it safe to feed hummingbirds in Kansas?

It is very safe to feed hummingbirds in Kansas. These fast-moving birds need lots of energy to keep them flitting about and you’re the one to provide it!

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