The black-chinned hummingbird (Archilochus alexandri) is a small hummingbird. It is an extremely adaptable bird, occupying a broad range of habitats.
They are migratory and spend most of the winter in Mexico.
Black-chinned hummingbirds are found in most of the western United States, reaching north into Canada in Alberta and British Columbia, and as far south as Mexico. They can be found in mountains, woodlands, orchards, meadows, and chaparral habitats. Their breeding habitat is open, semiarid areas, usually near water in the western United States, northern Mexico, and southern British Columbia. source