Keep Your Eyes Peeled, Thousands Of Hummingbirds Are Headed Right For Kentucky During Their Migration This Spring

Spring in Kentucky welcomes back so many heartwarming sights, from blooming flowers to newly born baby animals. Another welcome highlight of spring is the sound of birds chirping in the morning and many of these flying animals making their way back to our area. Of course one that most of us watch for this time of year is the hummingbird. Hummingbirds in Kentucky are a sure sign of spring and upcoming summer and you’ll want to keep your eyes peeled now as thousands of them return to our state.

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Hummingbirds in Kentucky are such a beautiful sight in the spring and we’ll welcome them back to the Bluegrass State with peering eyes and filled bird feeders. Have you spotted hummingbirds in Kentucky yet? Do you put out a feeder for them? Share your love for these beautiful birds with us in the comments.

And for more on the spring migration of hummingbirds, visit this informative site.

And for another gorgeous spring sight in Kentucky, check out these incredible flowering trees.

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