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Annual migration patterns

Posted by seagull73 (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 27, 07 at 14:07

I posted a message on 28th August saying that my grandson Jamie 12, will be coming from the UK to live in the US for a while and he is fascinated by Hummingbirds. He has a research project at his UK school right now and it is to do with the migration patterns of Hummingbirds. Does anyone know of a source where annual migration predictions and charts might be obtained from? I understand that the American Birding Association does something like this but I am certain that one of you out there will have an answer to my question.

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RE: Annual migration patterns

Try this site.

Here is a link that might be useful: Journey North Hummingbird

RE: Annual migration patterns

Try this one plus this year migration you can view the past several years for rubythroats.

Here is a link that might be useful: hummingbird migration

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