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

Oregon is home to seven species of hummingbirds: Anna’s hummingbirds, which live in Oregon all year long, and Rufous, Allen’s, Black-chinned, Costa’s, Broad-tailed, and Calliope hummingbirds. The six migratory species that move down south for the winter are all coming back soon, and there’s one species in particular that you’ll see in droves. If you’re wondering when the hummingbirds will arrive in Oregon, read on!

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This spring, watch as thousands of hummingbirds migrate to Oregon — it’s one if the most delightful things you’ll ever see. Do you have a hummingbird feeder in your yard? We’d love to see your hummingbird photos!

For more on this year’s hummingbird migration, check out this helpful guide. And to learn more about the species of hummingbirds found in Oregon, and hear a sound clip of their calls on the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife’s website.

And for more springtime fun in Oregon, definitely plan a visit to this beautiful dahlia farm.

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When Will hummingbirds Arrive In Oregon?

February 17, 2021

When will hummingbirds arrive in Oregon?

The hummingbird migration truly is one of the most delightful things you’ll ever see; luckily, we don’t have to wait too long for this event. This year, according to hummingbird-guide.com, the hummingbirds are expected to arrive in Oregon around the second week of March. They come to Oregon during breeding season, and build their nests in conifers and shrubs. As such, we advise getting your feeders ready and cameras charged by the first week of March. Hummingbirds love nectar-producing flowers, so if you want to see them in your yard, consider planting different varieties that bloom throughout the year, so you can provide your teeny little guests with some tasty food.

What’s springtime like in Oregon?

When spring comes around in Oregon, the whole state seems to let out a collective sigh of joy and relief. The sun peaks out from behind the clouds, and all of the sudden the scenery is more lush and colorful than ever, speckled with budding flowers that could melt your heart. There are blossoming wildflower prairies and coastal gardens — and, of course, hummingbirds! Here are some of our favorite spring time activities in Oregon.

What are some fun things to do during the spring in Oregon?

Oregon is known for its epic outdoor recreation, and spring may indeed be the very best time to experience all The Beaver State has to offer! Of course, hiking is at the top of the list of fun things to do in Oregon during the spring, and we put together a seasonal guide so you can enjoy amazing hikes in the state all year long! One of our favorite spring hikes is Rowena Plateau Trail — in April, you’ll see it come alive with blooming wildflowers in every color of the rainbow.

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