This week's featured bird is a favorite year-round western hummingbird - the Anna's hummingbird remains in its Pacific coastal range all year, as well as in southwestern Arizona. The males are easily recognized by their brilliant rosy pink heads, though the females are much more camouflaged and may only show a few red spots on their throats.
Have you seen the Anna's hummingbird? Share your sightings in the comments!
Photo © Linda Tanner