Hummingbird at a feeder in the carport.
We have been watching hummers for several weeks.
They dive-bomb us as we sit on the front porch.
Interestingly, although the ruby-throated hummingbird is the usual one for our region, we've not been seeing the colorful males.
The big strawberry shaped feeder seems to be the favorite of the two I have out.
A blur of wings as the bird approaches the feeder.
The hummers, which we take to be the females of the ruby-throated kind, have been obliging about perching on nearby branches or overhead wires long enough to be observed.
Son-in-law M. positioned himself last evening with my camera and took these shots.