This bird has been reportedly found in the following regions:
Chandler, Arizona Cotati, California Gainesville, Florida Montpelier, Idaho Las Vegas, Nevada Elephant Butte, New Mexico Chickasha, Oklahoma Austin, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Gainesville, Texas New Braunfels, Texas San Antonio, Texas Salt Lake City, Utah
On Jul 27, 2011, friedaroy from New Braunfels, TX wrote:
I enjoy watching these little guys, they are not bothered by us at all. From what I have noticed they prefer to be in pairs, if you see one, there is usually another close behind. They are very territorial, I have one that sits in my tree and guards it like it were Fort Knox, I have seen run off all sorts of birds.
I love these little hummers. They arrive in Albuquerque in mid-May, and stay around through September. I have feeders up, and love to watch them at the butterfly bush, trumpet vine, and cherry sage, all of which they seem to love. Even when I cannot see them, I can hear them twittering around when I am outside. I could not think of anything to say about them that is not positive. They are delightful.