Maybe cherry-faced, but it was fairly large and I typically see ruby males at this location
Terrible photo, but I got a good look at it so I'm positive of the ID.
This is a guess based on the shape of the beak and the constant chipping call.
Flying alongside the female
This doesn't scream Horace's to me, but I think the only other alternative is Wild Indigo, and it looks even less like that.
I was shooting through a whole lot of brush and never got a really clear shot. My best guess on this is common yellowthroat, but that really is a guess.
Habitat: Along stream bank and riparian area of stream of open edge forest. Growth stage: in flower.
Habitat: emergent wetland, on edge of forest, partial sun.
Growth stage: in flower.
The only time I have ever seen this species--these two were mating next to some lettuce at an outdoor produce market. After I took this photo, they followed me for about eight blocks!