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

There’s nothing like nature to soothe the soul. And luckily, The Pine Tree State has some of the most beautiful natural surroundings. As we ease into spring, you may be wondering, when will hummingbirds arrive in Maine? We’re excited to watch the influx of hummingbirds that are expected to arrive as part of their annual migration. They should be visible in quiet yards in New England (especially those that have feeders!) and across the country within the upcoming weeks.

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Isn’t spring in Maine grand?! To learn more about hummingbird migration in Maine, and beyond, check out this great resource on all things hummingbirds.

What are your plans to try to catch a view of some of these hummingbirds? Make sure to get out those hummingbird feeders in Maine! Have you seen these colorful creatures in the area during previous migrations? If you have any advice on how to attract them, leave a comment!

That’s not all we have to look forward to in the great outdoors of Maine! When you want to explore by car, check out this covered bridge road trip! Eight historic (and impressive) structures are waiting!

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When will hummingbirds arrive in Maine

February 18, 2021

What are other animals that make an annual migration in Maine?

Hummingbirds aren’t the only animals that migrate to and from Maine. Other birds who travel to and from The Pine Tree State include Canadian Geese, Mallard Ducks, and the Common Loon. On land, you’ll also find spotted salamanders making their way from lush forests to vernal pools. Offshore, basking sharks, great white sharks, and humpback whales call the Maine area home for only part of the year. Wildlife in Maine is fascinating, from tiny puffins along the coast to towering moose hiding in the woodlands.

What is the weather like in the spring in Maine?

Springtime is among Maine’s most unpredictable seasons. When visiting Maine during spring, you’ll want to pack warm clothes. While there may be sunshine, don’t count on it. Sometimes, it even snows in Maine during April! On average though, April temperatures are usually in the low 50s, and can go as low as the 30s. So, bundle up because there are still plenty of places to explore despite the chilly weather. Maine beaches, lighthouses, small towns, state parks, and family attractions are still open to those who seek them out, no matter the time of year, or temperature.

What are the best hiking trails in Maine during spring?

Hummingbirds aren’t the only ones who get to have fun in springtime. Some of the best springtime hikes in Maine include mountain treks, like Bald Mountain and Higgins Mountain. If you prefer waterside hikes, don’t miss out on Ocean Path at Acadia National Park and Footbridge Beach Path at Ogunquit Beach. If gardens are more your style, head to Ecotat Gardens and Arboretum in Hermon for a scenic stroll among colorful flowers. Numerous overlooks, woodland paths, and hidden gems await when hiking in the state of Maine during spring.

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