This nesting hummingbird is a little hard to see among all the vegetation, and I think that’s exactly the way she planned it. It’s a female Anna’s Hummingbird and she has hidden her nest in a Palo Verde Tree. We found her and the nest in the Arroyo De Camino Cactus Garden of Lake Havasu State Park on February 13. I have been checking on her daily and she is always there except for short forays out for food and water, and one day I could swear she was out exercising in the morning sun. Incubation is typically two weeks, so I’m hoping to get a glance at the chicks before we leave on the March 1.