The male White-eared Hummingbird has a bold white stripe that starts above its eye and extends back to where the dark black head feathers transition to shades of green. He has a metallic blue chin. The female is green above and creamy white below. Tail and crown are a cinnamon rufous color. She also has a bold white eye stripe.
Where you might see them
In the US, the White-eared Hummingbird breeds in southeastern Arizona and extreme southwestern New Mexico. Most of their range is in Mexico.