Then we heard a high-pitched screaming high in the sky behind us, and saw another eagle fly in to join the first.
Forgive my enthusiasm, but I have never seen two mature Bald Eagles together in southern Ontario, my entire life. This was pretty neat!
Then look at this one! I'm used to one simple species here in Ontario, though others are sometimes sighted, but this was becoming a challenge.
Take a look at the two visions of this hummingbird, as it turned its head. I think the bright pink identifies it as an Anna's Hummingbird. But with plumage varying between male and female, and between immature and adult individuals, I'm left thinking these may all be the same species.