Based on my photos, I'm thinking the bird showing the most white on the throat (and especially my photo showing the dark lateral stripe on the white throat) indicates the female of the pair. I do believe the other bird is a male, based on the darker, more extensive rufous on the throat and sides of neck on the male. This being a life bird for me, I've based my ID on photos and other field ID info. in Sibley's 2nd Ed. Guide.