Grovestreet. He also invited me to stop by to try and get some pics.
I left work immediately and headed home to grab my camera gear. I got to his house as soon as possible, and was happy to see Allen Chartier's car parked in his driveway. After knocking on the door and meeting daughter Hanna I walked around back just in time to see Allen removing the small hummingbird from the trap he had just set to capture to little bird.
After a few minutes of poking and prodding and measuring Allen confirmed that the hummer was indeed an immature female Rufous Hummingbird (Selasphorus rufus)! Wayne County's first record, at that!
John F. Garrett describes the identification of Selasphorus hummingbirds in 2006 ABA document.
Allen gave Mark the little hummer to release, and after a few moments in his hands the bird flew to the Sycamore tree overhead, then over to hedges, before making a few passes at the feeder and disappearing over the house. We didn't stay, and let Mark go out to get more nectar.
Congratulations, Mark! Wayne Co. first Rufous couldn't happen to a better guy! And thanks to Allen Chartier for the biology lessons!