Probably my favorite of the Arizona Hummingbirds is the Magnificent (formerly Rivoli's). A beautiful hummingbird that makes its home in the sky islands of Arizona and the Sierras in Mexico.
Black-chinned Hummingbirds were common at all the different areas of southeast Arizona that we visited.
A rare treat was this Berylline Hummingbird, one of the rarest of the regular Mexican hummingbird strays in Arizona.
It was even collecting nesting material!
Anna's Hummingbirds are always a beautiful feast for the eyes.
White-eared Hummingbirds are amongst the most wanted species for birders visiting southeast Arizona.
A regular behemoth by hummingbird standards, the Blue-throated Hummingbird is the largest species of hummingbird that occurs north of Mexico.
Another southwestern beauty is the broad-billed hummingbird.
... and we finish off our hummingbird party with this cool shot of a tiny broad-billed hummingbird in front of a massive Giant Saguaro!