Missourians who treasure hours spent watching ruby-throated hummingbirds should get out their nectar feeders, binoculars and cameras. If they have not seen a hummingbird yet, they will soon.
The hummingbird migration tracking Web site hummingbirds.net (http://www.hummingbirds.net/map.html) shows a wave of tiny feathered birds moving slowly northward across North America. The wave’s leading edge crossed the Show-Me State’s southern boundary around April 1. The first Missouri sightings came from southeast Missouri