Keep Your Eyes Peeled, Thousands Of Hummingbirds Are Headed Right For Pittsburgh During Their Migration This Spring
Spring has some beautiful annual traditions that not even quarantine can cancel – from the Lyrid meteors that will dart across the sky this April to the return of the hummingbirds in Pittsburgh. In the coming weeks, the ruby-throated hummingbirds will complete their migration from the south, arriving in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Here’s how you can attract them to your yard.
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Are you looking for the return of the hummingbirds in Pittsburgh? Do you feed them? Join the conversation in the comments! If you like stargazing, you’ll want to check out the Lyrid meteor showers in April.
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