Keep Your Eyes Peeled, Thousands Of Hummingbirds Are Headed For New Hampshire During Their Migration This Spring
By Michelle|Updated on February 17, 2023(Originally published February 12, 2023)
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There’s nothing like the nature of the Granite State to soothe the soul. Seeing spring in New Hampshire is particularly magical – it’s such a beautiful time! No matter what happens, we’re all pretty lucky to live in the Granite State. As we ease into spring, one of the outdoor things we’re most excited about is the influx of New Hampshire hummingbirds as they go about their annual migration. They should be visible in quiet yards in New England (especially those that have placed out the best hummingbird feeders!) and across the country within the next few months. Are you wondering “when will hummingbirds arrive in New Hampshire?” Read on to find out!
The question of when will hummingbirds arrive in New Hampshire has been answered but make sure you have the best hummingbird feeders so you are ready. If you just can’t get enough of these lovable creatures check out these fun facts about hummingbirds by Free School (it’s not just for kids, adults can learn too).
Have you seen the hummingbird migration in New Hampshire in previous years? If you have any advice on how to see them, leave a comment!