After Exploring The Trails, Feed Hummingbirds At Cathedral State Park In West Virginia

Hummingbird season in West Virginia is a beautiful thing, as countless tiny Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds migrate through the Mountain State. To see hummingbirds in West Virginia, you can set up a feeder in your own backyard – or you can explore one of the state’s wonderful state parks and see them in their natural habitat. At Cathedral State Park in Aurora, you can explore a massive ancient hemlock forest and see the state’s tallest trees before settling down and letting the charming little birds pay you a visit.

Have you been to Cathedral State Park? What’s your favorite place to see hummingbirds in West Virginia? Let us know in the comments section, and make sure to visit the official website of Cathedral State Park before your next visit. If you’re interested in another West Virginia adventure, consider a visit to this mountain trail.

 

 

 

Address: Cathedral State Park, Aurora, WV 26705, USA