Allen’s Hummingbird is a relative of the Rufous Hummingbird. They are Western U.S. hummingbird species that occasionally wander eastward. Many people confuse Allen’s Hummingbird with the Rufous Hummingbird due to the orange plumage.
The Ruby-throated Hummingbird is a species of hummingbird that is small, with slender downcurved bill and generally spends the winter in Central America, Mexico, and Florida, and migrates to Canada and other parts of Eastern North America for the summer to breed.
The Rufous Hummingbird is known as one of North America's feistiest types of a hummingbird. They will relentlessly attack and aggressively drive away other hummingbirds, even the larger species of the southwest.
The Broad-Tailed Hummingbird is a medium-sized hummingbird species often confused with the Ruby-Throated Hummingbird. It is found in the highland regions from the western United States and Western Canada to Mexico and Guatemala.
Ruby-throated Hummingbirds are tiny hummingbirds with slender downcurved bills. This species generally spends the winter in Central America, Mexico, and Florida and migrates to Canada and other parts of Eastern North America for the summer to breed.