Do All Humming Birds Fly South?

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Humming birds migrate in response to hormonal changes and they can fly both North and South. Humming birds will migrate north in the spring and start to arrive in February in the Southern United States and as far north as Alaska in May. They will then migrate south to Mexico and Central America in the fall, starting in August through October.
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Birds fly south for the winter to go to a warmer climate. They don't want to freeze there feathers off. So, the smart thing to do is head down south.
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Hummingbirds can fly long distances just like any other bird. It is a
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it flaps it wings fast
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You can stop feeding hummingbirds whenever you want to. It is being proven that hummingbirds survive winter conditions in the US very well on their own
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