I blogged about a hummingbird nest under our eaves last summer, and I wondered if we'd have a nest again this year. Very surprisingly, this year the nest is right off our front porch, at eye level from the front door. She doesn't seem to mind our comings and goings--she doesn't startle when we walk by.
There's at least one egg in the nest, probably two. If I set up a tripod inside our front window, I should be able to get some pretty good shots of the babies when they hatch.
I did see the mom get nervous when another hummingbird came near. I think the adult males might see the chicks as competition for food sources (like the feeder a few feet away from the nest). Last year after the chicks left the nest, they lighted in a tree in our backyard, and an adult male dive-bombed them. One went torpid and flipped upside down on his branch. It was scary, but the chick recovered quickly. I like to think that clutch still hangs around the yard.