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Given the location, this is most likely a female Ruby-throated. The cinnamon on the undersides is interesting, but Ruby-throats can show that. If it's anything else, you'd want photos of the spread tail at the very least to confirm.

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I think that's very possibly a Selasphorus hummingbird (Rufous, Allen's, or Broad-tailed) based on the amount of color on the sides (and maybe a small amount behind the wings near the rump), but a good shot of the tail would definitely help confirm it.

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