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Spring 2014 Migration of Ruby-throated Hummingbirds

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Ruby-throated map for Canada
Ruby-throated map for the U.S.

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This discussion of Ruby-throated migration may answer your questions.

Previous years' maps are available for study and comparison:
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Map FAQ

Q: Do you have any plans to map the southward migration? Other species?
A: No, that's beyond my capability.

Q: Why is my state/province not shown?
A: Your hummingbirds are another species, not Ruby-throated.

Q: Can you give me more information about a sighting?
A: Sorry, no, it would compromise my privacy pledge.

Q: Help! The maps don't change.
A: Reload/refresh the page in your browser.

Q: What mapping software do you use?
A: None. The maps are artwork produced by hand in Adobe Fireworks; the dots are placed by eyeball after looking up each report in Google Maps.

Q: Isn't that a lot of work?
A: Well, yes. But no mapping software can generate a map like this, without the clutter of superfluous information.

 

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