Black-chinned Hummingbirds, Archilochus alexandri - Native Breeders. Locally common. Usually arrive in their
breeding territory at the end of May to mid-June. Some arrive early in late April. They usually leave in September.
Broad-tailed Hummingbirds, Selasphorus platycercus - Native Breeders - Migratory hummingbirds
usually arrives in its breeding territorry about mid-April. They breed across mountain forests and meadows throughout the Western United States from eastern California and northern Wyoming south through Great Basin and Rocky Mountain states to southern Arizona and western Texas. In September, they generally move south to winter in Mexico, Guatemala and, occasionally, El Salvador.
Hummingbirds, Calypte costae - Native - Seasonal migrants
Calliope Hummingbirds, Stellula
calliope - Native - Seasonal migrant. Usualy arrive at their breeding territories at the end of May to mid-June. They breed at high elevations in the mountains. Favor open shrubby areas. Migrate
south to Mexico for the winter. An increasing number of them now winter in eastern United States.
Rufous Hummingbirds, Selasphorus rufus - Native - Summer visitors / breeders - Arrive later
in their breeding territories than other hummingbirds. Leave for their winter territories in September.
Ruby-throated Hummingbirds, Archilochus
colubris - Rare Vagrants.
Magnificent or Refulgent Hummingbirds (Eugenes fulgens) - Summer visitors / breeders
Hummingbirds, Calypte anna - Breed in open-wooded or shrubby areas and mountain meadows along the Pacific coast from British Columbia to Arizona.
The breeding season may commence as early as mid-December or as late as June.
Blue-throated Hummingbirds, Lampornis
clemenciae - Rare / Vagrants
Broad-billed Hummingbirds (Cynanthus latirostris ssp magicus) - Vagrant
Migrants / Summer Visitors - These mostly Mexican hummingbirds venture into the United States regularly; they mostly visit the southern parts - but a few vagrants travel as far north as Wisconsin.
Green Violetear Hummingbirds (Colibri thalassinus) - Rare
/ Accidental - They are mostly resident in Mexico and Central America, but some seasonal movements have been observed. They may wander north to the United States and even as far north as Canada.
Hummingbird Sightings (Leucistic / Albino) - Rare Sightings