The Little Lady Gets Her Lunchtime Buzz
The female Anna's hummingbird and one naughty Black-Capped Chickadee are the two birds who most often patronize the nectar feeder.
She got a bit cheesed when the repeat offender visited her feeder (again, this afternoon), and dive bombed the latter off it from a great height. Uncharacteristically territorial behaviour for one normally so quiet and composed!
I didn't actually get within a few inches of Lady Anna (I'm about four feet away), but hummers--particularly the females, in my experience, anyway--will generally tolerate human proximity to a surprisingly large extent (although, having said that, I haven't had the pleasure of handfeeding nectar to a hummingbird).