Another clip from last year, feeding at Salvia greggii (autumn sage).
Here's a reply I just wrote to a question from Mike, which might be of general interest. Note these are purely informed guesses.
"Mike, first bear in mind that Lanny Chambers' migration map (at hummingbirds.net) you are seeing only the leading edge of the advancing wave - and the earliest hummers we see on LI (eg the april 11 sighting in Islip Terrace) are probably on their way further north. Getting technical, the advancing wave probably has a Gaussian (bell) shape, and because the east coast is densely populated, it can easily detect the low-probability leading edge. But the main peak probably occurs a couple of weeks later - i.e. TODAY!