Anna's Hummingbird - they visit year round, but are especially abundant in winter when they will fight for the feeders.
Anna's Hummingbird - visiting no matter what the weather.
Bushtits - like to travel through in small noisy flocks.
Mallard Ducks - make the occasional stop to the pond.
Rufous Hummingbird - they are here spring, summer and fall.
Bewick's Wren - make nests in multiple places before choosing the final spot they will raise their babies.
Pileated Woodpeckers aren't that common, but what a treat when they do stop for a snack on an apple. This one is a male.
Anna's Hummingbird making sure the Bushtits don't bother her feeder.
Townsend's Warbler - love the peanut butter feeder.
Female Pileated Woodpecker
Red-breasted Sapsucker taking a bath.
Juncos are common year round.
Black-capped Chickadees are one of my favorites. They are quite friendly and will sit and wait for the feeders to be refilled.
Pine Siskins on a thistle feeder.
A Chickadee peeking out of the birdhouse behind the pond. This is the most popular birdhouse and is always fun to see what family of birds will make it their home.
A cherry blossom picker. This guy picked flowers off the cherry tree for awhile before deciding to fly off.