I see Hummingbirds (3 inches in length) regularly at the bright red nectar feeder in my backyard. They have an amazing ability to hover in front of a flower (or the feeder) to sip its nectar and fly backwards away when satisfied. In fall they return to the tropics, many crossing the Gulf of Mexico en route.
I found this one during a walk in the Don Valley:
Although dozens of warbler species pass by in migration, only three species commonly nest in our area:
and American Redstart.
Females are sometimes referred to as “Yellowstarts.”
I found this one in the valley. Perhaps it is a juvenile – showing a little orange.
When sun-rays crown thy pine-clad hills
And summer spreads her hand,
When silvern voices tune thy rills,
We love thee, smiling land. Sir Cavendish Boyle (1849–1916)