After returning to Beaufort, NC late yesterday, I staked out the feeders at my shop from around 5:30 until 7:00 PM without seeing the Black-chinned Hummingbird. This morning, I put out the cleaned and freshly filled feeders at 6:00 AM and watched until after 8:00 AM without seeing him. I then went to Forest Service Road to listen to warblers. I returned to open the store and kept a doubtful eye on the feeders thinking the hummingbird was gone. At around 3:19 PM I photographed a hummingbird on the back feeder that appeared quite different from the one I had seen Friday, and I mistakenly assumed it to be a Ruby-throated Hummingbird. I was busy working until I saw a hummingbird on the window feeder around 4:30 PM that I also photographed. When I zoomed in on the images I saw it was the Black-chinned Hummingbird. I posted as quickly as I could. It came two more times, the last was 5:04 PM. Unfortunately, it was not seen again by the time a couple of local birders arrived. I stayed until 7:30 PM, seeing only a female Ruby-throated Hummingbird at the feeder. I hope he comes back tomorrow, and I will post as soon as I see him. Birders are always welcome, but he is erratic. I would guess between 3 and 5 PM to be the best chance, but who knows what tomorrow will bring. I have posted some new photos on the Carolina Birds website. His molt has progressed quite a bit since Friday!