This year, along with the robins, I have a plethora of crows, blue jays, starlings, cardinals, juncos, house sparrows, white throated sparrows, gold finches, downy woopeckers, hairy woodpeckers, yellow-shafted flickers, and, of course, my pair of red-bellied woodpeckers. The "nine ladies who brunch", the wild turkeys, come regularly around 9 am, looking for all the world like miniature velociraptors. That the male turkey, who shows up on occasion, is brave enough to approach this fearsome bunch never ceases to amaze me.
rufous-sided towhee. These marvelous songsters are ever-present in the spring underbrush but this is the first time one has become brave enough to visit my deck, let alone the bird feeder, in winter.