Here are two Rufous Hummingbird’s, a female and male that came to my yard recently. They have created a lot of action in the backyard as they are very aggressive and will go after other hummingbirds at flowers and feeders to get the nectar. They will also eat small flying insects.
The smallest birds of the Americas are hummingbirds. Here are three female hummingbirds in my garden throughout this summer, they are the Black-chinned, Broad-Tailed, and Rufous. Learn more about them here: HUMMINGBIRDS
Here is one of the many Rufous Hummingbirds in my yard right now. This female was sitting on the branch, waiting for a turn on the feeder. Or was she posing for me? Read more here: HUMMINGBIRDS & RUFOUS.
I saw this female Rufous Hummingbird flying around Desert Paintbrush flowers, seeking nectar. They are very fast and agile flyers. They are very aggressive hummingbirds that will go after other hummingbirds (even ones larger than them) at flowers and feeders to get to the goods.