Report your hummingbird sighting on Canada's Hummingbird Site
The Ruby-throated hummingbird migration to Canada will be posted daily. In addition, all sightings throughout the summer will be posted as well. This will give everyone a good indication of where the hummingbirds travel to, and how far north they move. If you spot a Hummingbird anywhere in Canada, then report it on this site. It doesn't matter if it's a Ruby-throated, Rufous, Calliope, Black Chinned, Anna's or a rare species of hummingbird. All of the reported sightings will be posted as soon as possible. Report your hummingbird sightings any time and it will be posted on the hummingbird migration map of Canada, if space allows.
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Hummingbird book of Canada
Canada's Hummingbird Book. This 90 Page guidebook provides an abundance of information on attracting the most common hummingbird in Canada--the Ruby-throat. With tips on plant types, feeders and understanding their behavior, you will soon develop a sense of what motivates these birds and how to attract them to your garden. For your copy of "Jewel of the North" visit the PRODUCTS page.
Below are the estimated times when Hummingbirds first show up in each city across Canada. Don't forget to check out the estimated times of arrival for the Ruby throat Migration for all regions of the United States as well. On this page you will be able to access the Northern Hummingbird Migration times, the Southern Hummingbird Migration times, the estimated times of the Ruby-throated hummingbird for your region, and be able to report a hummingbird sighting when you spot one in your garden.
Edmonton - Alberta - May 13 Calgary - Alberta - May 10 Regina - Saskatchewan - May 10 Saskatoon - Saskatchewan - May 13 Winnipeg - Manitoba - May 8 Toronto - Ontario - May 1 Quebec City - Quebec - May 7 Fredericton - New Brunswick - May 7 Charlottetown - Prince Edward Island - May 7 Halifax - Nova Scotia - April 22 St. John's - Newfoundland - May 20 ?
Canadian Hummingbird Sightings. Report your hummingbird sighting in the form below.
HUMMINGBIRD MIGRATION MAP OF CANADA
Alberta Hummingbird Sightings. Report your hummingbird sighting in the form below.
ALBERTA HUMMINGBIRD SIGHTINGS AND THE CITY OF EDMONTON
Canada's first hummingbird sightings for each region
Northern Migration Hummingbird Map
Canada's Last Hummingbird Sightings
Canada's last hummingbird sightings for each region
Southern Migration Hummingbird Map
There are a few exceptions for these dates. These dates are for the Ruby-throated hummingbird and there are up to 5 species which visit Canada, specifically British Columbia. British Columbia has a much warmer climate earlier in the season and therefore they get up to 4 other species visiting as early as February. The departure times, however, are a little closer in line with the remainder of Canada.
Northern Migration of the Ruby Throated Hummingbird across the United States
Estimated Spring times of the Ruby throated hummingbird across the United States Have your feeders out 7-10 days before these estimated times