Sierra Vista Hummingbird Havens

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San Pedro Riparian Conservation Area, Sierra Vista, AZ, USA

Sierra Vista Hummingbird Havens Reviews

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Hummingbird Capital of the World Mar 16, 2013
Perhaps birds are not your interest; but for the bird lover, there is nothing like being able to hold one of the world's smallest birds in the palm of your hands. Sierra Vista in Arizona is known as the Hummiingbird capital of the United States. It is one of the few places in the world where you can hold a hummingbird in your hands.

The annual migration of the hummingbirds begin early in the month of April, making it a perfect time of year to witness the rare treat of hummingbirds.

You will find them along the San Pedro Riparian east of Sierra Vista. There are 13 species of hummingbirds on the 3300 acre property, giving an opportunity to view over 1,000 hummingbirds during the migration. This review is late coming as I have been busy with other things and only beginning to catch up on my blogs.
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tj1777 says:
Such tiny birds - I am not sure I like the concept of people holding them. They might get squassed.
Posted on: Mar 18, 2013
KarinaKalinka says:
How do you get to hold them? Do you feed them at the same time?
Posted on: Mar 18, 2013
pacificscorpio says:
The hum made by their rapid wing beats...such a sound!
Posted on: Aug 01, 2010
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