This hummingbird (almost certainly a Ruby-Throated, do not know if it is a female or an immature one) visits this feeder outside our kitchen window many times daily. I was about 3 meters away and shooting through the window screen with my 75-300mm lens at maximum zoom.
These Downy Woodpeckers gleaned every last reachable bit from the feeder before I could refill it.
I feed songbirds year round, though less diligently from late spring through autumn.
This handsome House Sparrow visited yesterday for some sunflower seed.
The (presumably male) Dark-eyed Junco appeared to display to a female.
A Red-breasted Nuthatch snatches a sunflower seed.
Today was the first day I have seen an Evening Grosbeak. In addition to these two at one of my sunflower feeders and a House Finch that tried to move in, nine more Grosbeaks foraged elsewhere.
A chickadee flits away from the feeder.
Although I live in chickadee country, I have not seen chickadees at my feeders for eight or nine years. This is one of two that have started visiting in the last three weeks. I hope they continue visiting.
A Red-breasted Nuthatch picks a seed from a feeder.
A House Finch looks to make sure the coast is clear before going to the feeder.