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Among hummers of regular occurrence in the US, only five have such obvious dusky centers to the under-tail coverts: Anna's, Costa's, Rivoli's, Ruby-throated, and Black-chinned. The bird is obviously not a Rivoli's. Ruby-throated can probably be ruled out on date and location. The bird does not give the long, lanky look of Black-chinned. The face looks not white enough for Costa's.

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22 minutes ago, Tony Leukering said:

Among hummers of regular occurrence in the US, only five have such obvious dusky centers to the under-tail coverts: Anna's, Costa's, Rivoli's, Ruby-throated, and Black-chinned. The bird is obviously not a Rivoli's. Ruby-throated can probably be ruled out on date and location. The bird does not give the long, lanky look of Black-chinned. The face looks not white enough for Costa's.

Do you agree with Anna's?

 

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