In the distance a Steller's Jay made a brief appearance. Oregon juncos are also ever present, but usually work the ground. Then it's as if they decide it's their turn, and they park themselves on the feeders.
This little beauty has been showing up every day lately. It's a Townsend's Warbler.
And we've also been getting daily visits from a flock of pine siskins.
But it's when the flock of bush tits arrive that the action really picks up, as they flutter and fight for their turn at the feeders, and mob the suet.