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

There is so much to love about spring in Ohio. Flowers bloom, birds sing, and people feel friendlier. Springtime also brings another incredible experience to Ohioans: the annual hummingbird migration. In Ohio, the hummingbird migration will bring familiar species like the Ruby-Throated Hummingbird up North to breed. Keep your eyes peeled, because they just might pay a visit to your own backyard.

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In Ohio, the hummingbird migration is a telltale sign of summer’s approach. If you’re lucky enough, you just might grab a picture of your super duper tiny and speedy visitors. Have you ever photographed a hummingbird? We’d love to see your capture in the comments!

Love hummingbirds? The Secrest Arboretum has a garden that they can’t resist.