This morning a flock of Bushtits stopped by our yard.
We still have about three Broad-tailed Hummingbirds that are hitting the nectar feeder and generally chasing each other around.
Late in the afternoon we sat on the back deck and watched the Broad-tailed hummers. House Finches and Black-capped Chickadees abounded. A Woodhouse’s Scrub-Jay showed up at the sunflower feeder–first time we’ve ever seen one in our back yard. A Red-breasted Nuthatch alighted on one of our aspen trees, briefly. And then a male Black-chinned Hummingbird graced us with its presence. It sat at the top of one of the aspens. I got off about six shots, one of which, although not in focus, showed its purple gorget at the base of its black chin.