This female Anna’s Hummingbird was chilling out on one of the perches that I placed strategically in a pot near one of the feeders a couple of months ago. She was so relaxed that in about half of the shots I took of her, her eyes were closed and she looked like she was starting to fall asleep. The female Anna’s seem to be more tolerant of me and my camera and will sit in the open while I’m standing there. The male Anna’s are territorial and object to me being outside at all. In fact, I can always tell where they are because when I go outside, they start their squeaky sounding call. I don’t always see them right away because they are usually tucked away in the shadows unlike the females who are content to perch in the open but by following their voice, I can usually locate their hiding place.