The Migration of the Calliope Hummingbird

The Calliope Hummingbird breeds in western mountains as far north as central British Columbia. Spring migrants arrive in southern California in early March. This hummingbird arrives in Oregon in early May.   Birds may not arrive in Idaho and Montana until mid-or late May. Fall migration is early. Calliopes depart from Washington, British Columbia, and Idaho in late August. Migrating birds can be seen in Arizona and New Mexico.
The hummingbird will migrate in the fall and spring of each year. This post will give you some general information on the migration of the Calliope Hummingbird.  It is important to remember that when and where hummingbirds will migrate depends on where you live. Keep watching for the hummingbirds in your area, and happy bird watching to all!

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