After seeing the two adults flying away to the SSE from the direction of the nest earlier this morning, we returned to watch the nest for about a half hour starting at 10:05 AM. We found one adult on the nest. Shape and impression of size suggests it is the female, jewel. At first she was slightly behind the trunk of the tree, then moved to be in front of the trunk. Although she looked down a few times into the nest cup, no feeding activity was observed. Still there when we departed, and we saw no other adult.
In the meantime, at 11:23 AM Phil reported that he heard from Luis who was at the nest. Luis said he saw both adults there and one was feeding!!!!
Note that the beak is partly behind the trunk of the tree. Liz had photo showing an adult incubating or sheltering in this position, in rear portion of nest.
To my eye, these views of the head suggest this is Jewel:
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