Where Are The Hummingbirds?

by Sue
(Galloway, New Jersey)

I live in south Jersey and so far haven't seen any hummingbirds. Can you tell me why they are so late? We have had a lot of rain and some cool days.



Hi Sue;
You have given the answer. The migration season is very dependent on the weather. Hummingbirds come north to eat the nectar from flowers. If it's rainy and cool, there will be very little for the hummers to eat. When the weather warms up, your hummingbirds should arrive.
Susan

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Where Are The Hummingbirds?

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Aug 11, 2011
Where are the Hummers
by: phyllis

No hummingbirds at my location for the first time in years. Have many flowers including Cardinal Flower..no birds. Ewing, NJ. Saw one yesterday in Hamilton, NJ.

Jul 27, 2011
No hummers in Midwest or Wisconsin
by: Kate

I have feeders in Illinois and Wisconsin and we are experiencing an absence of hummingbirds in both locations. Can anyone confirm why? This has never happened before.

Jul 17, 2011
Where are the hummingbirds?
by: Anonymous

I live in Eastern Connecticut and at one point my feeders were moderately busy, but now, it's mid July, I haven't seen any.

Jul 05, 2011
Where are the Hummers
by: Anonymous

I live in northern middle Tennessee and every year we have a yard full of hummers except for this year. Here is is July already and NO hummers. What's going on??

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