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While we only have one specie that breeds here, we have had 11 other species that have been recorded in GA.

Our resident breeder the Ruby-throated Hummingbird arrives in Georgia in early March and usually is last seen around mid-October. Prior to the Ruby-throats departure we start seeing the winter hummingbird species start to arrive.

Most winter hummers show up at feeders in mid-November through December, but they could show up at anytime. These winter hummingbirds can stay into late March or early April. This past winter we had a record season for winter hummingbirds.
The Georgia Hummer Study Group, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to promote conservation of hummingbirds through studies and public education of hummingbirds in Georgia.
BulletDocument the occurrences of wintering hummingbirds in the state of Georgia.
BulletStudy site fidelity for hummingbirds wintering in Georgia.
BulletStudy the habitat preferences exhibited by winter hummingbirds in landscapes of Georgia.
BulletStudy the chronology of the migration of the Ruby-throated Hummingbird to and through GA.
BulletAssist in determining migration pathways of Ruby-throated Hummingbirds.
BulletStudy the habitat preferences exhibited by Ruby-throated Hummingbirds in landscapes of GA.
BulletInform ornithologists and the public about the results of our studies.
BulletEnhance the public's appreciation of hummingbirds through the use of banding and studies.
BulletStudy ecology of the Ruby-throated Hummingbirds and use this information to develop management practices.
BulletEducate the public about hummingbird conservation, feeding hummingbirds, and how to improve landscaping to attract hummingbirds.
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Phone: 770-784-1636 - Address: Georgia Hummer Study Group, Inc., P.O. Box 323, Newborn, GA 30056 - Georgia Hummer Study Group Website - Check it out for great info and pictures.
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